The former pharmaceutical company CEO said he would release the tracks if the republican presidential candidate won

By Jessica Goodman
Updated November 09, 2016 at 01:43 PM EST
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Martin Shkreli made good on his promise.

The former pharmaceutical company CEO and hedge fund manager, who made headlines this year for increasing the price of Daraprim, shared a few songs from the Wu-Tang Clan’s album, Once Upon a Time in Shaolin. The group had only printed one copy and Shkreli bought it for $2 million earlier this year, saying he would share tracks with fans if and when Donald Trump won the U.S. presidency.

“If Trump wins, my entire unreleased music collection, including unheard Nirvana, Beatles, and of course, Wu-Tang, comes out, for free,” he tweeted in October.

After Trump won the election on Tuesday, Shkreli began live streaming the album on video app Hitbox at Periscope from his home.

See the clips, featuring the Wu-Tang songs below.