Wu-Tang Album Owner Martin Shkreli Is Dropping Project of His Own

“Pharma Bro” claims to have beats from Just Blaze, Scott Storch and Timbaland.

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Martin Shkreli, the controversial owner of Wu-Tang Clan’s one-off Once Upon a Time in Shaolin, has announced plans of releasing a musical project of his own in the near future in a bizarre series of tweets. “Pharma Bro” posted the tracklist of his forthcoming album on Twitter, which was followed by some details of specific songs from the untitled project. Though he admits the project is still “subject to change,” the New York native claims to have beats from Just Blaze, Scott Storch and Timbaland for some “untitled” tracks, while “Ghostbusters” is apparently a Ghostface Killah diss song. Only time will tell whether Shkreli is just trolling everyone.

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