Wu-Tang as Fine Art?

On one hand, I think it's brilliant. It IS brilliant. Music as art. And I get the idea that music has become kind of a zero $$ commodity, and there should be compensation and consideration for the skill and talent it takes to craft song. But on the other hand, music has always been the voice of the voiceless aka de la Rocha "rhythm be the riot of the masses," the "Fascist Killer" of Guthrie, an accessible and powerful tool in the best way.

All things considered, I love the concept. Plus I don't think there's a danger of this becoming a prolific business model, though it may attain a bit more popularity in certain situations as producer Cilvaringz mentions in this Forbes piece.

Disregard your feelings about the Wu or the style of music..What do you think?

(sorry for repost, Kinja's share system bothers me. Tried sharing the post from Gizmodo and then it posts to Gizmodo under my name and then I have to share it to Oppo from my blog and then all comments get lost on Gizmodo's post.)