The hip hop community received some great news yesterday after Martin Shkreli was ordered to forfeit the one of one Wu-Tang Clan album, Once Upon A Time In Shaolin as well as Lil Wayne's Tha Carter V. However, both albums are now in the hands of the federal government. Now, we're left to wonder when we'll end up hearing either album. U-God recently chimed in on the conversation but he revealed that the album held a truly unexpected collaboration.

TMZ recently caught up with U-God earlier today in New York City. The rapper hopes that the feds will hand over the album but that doesn't seem too likely. The cameraman then asked if he'd be interested in chipping in with the rest of the Wu-Tang Clan to buy back the album.

"I'm not gon' buy something that I made!" He said with a chuckle, "That doesn't even sound right."

There's not a lot of information pertaining to the album including guest features but, U-God decided to reveal probably one of the most unexpected collaborations of the century.

"It's crazy because me and Redman got a song with Cher on there." He said but, that was all the information he was willing to reveal.

In addition to that, he also revealed that he wasn't paid from Once Upon A Time In Shaolin. While he didn't get into any detail about it, several members of Wu-Tang Clan, including Raekwon, have touched on the financial politics within the group. 

Peep the video below.