Snoop Dogg: American rappers Eminem and Snoop Dogg have released a new track called “From The D 2 The LBC” featuring both artists in the video as Bored Apes from the Bored Ape Yacht Club NFT collection. Globally recognized artists collaborate with the metaverse coin project.
- 1 Eminem and Snoop Dogg working with this metaverse coin project
- 2 Snoop Dogg undersigned important projects in the field of metaverse and NFT
- 3 How about the Metaverse and NFT coin market?
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Eminem and Snoop Dogg working with this metaverse coin project
The new song was later introduced to the Bored Ape Yacht Club community on social media before an official music video was released. Also featured in the video are the animated Bored monkey characters of Eminem and Snoop Dogg. The Metaverse themed video was produced by 1st AMENDMENT and Young California in collaboration with Bored Ape Yacht Club.
The video was first broadcast live in New York earlier this month by both artists at one of the biggest events in the NFT world, Ape Fest 2022. Many celebrities such as Jimmy Fallon and Timbaland took part in the event.
It’s important to note that both Eminem and Snoop Dogg have been a part of the NFT world for some time now. For example, Eminem invested $460,000 in BoredApe NFT, which he used as his Twitter profile picture earlier this year.
Snoop Dogg undersigned important projects in the field of metaverse and NFT
Snoop Dogg has been part of the Bored Ape Yacht Club community for some time now. He even released a song for the ensemble in the past. The American rapper also released his unreleased music on Cardano as NFTs.
In a song titled “House I Built,” Snoop Dogg suggests that he has also invested in The Sandbox. In March of this year, BAYC holders received Apecoin as a gift via airdrop. This suggests that both rappers can hold the cryptocurrency.
How about the Metaverse and NFT coin market?
Apecoin peaked at $23 at the end of April. Then, its price fell 39% last month to reach $4.51. Meanwhile, Bitcoin and Ethereum are down about 38% compared to 12 months ago. Wall Street magazine published an article on May 3 about “NFT sales stagnating.” Since then, the numbers have generally not improved. This report refers to an NFT from Snoop’s own collection, Doggy #4292, which sold for over $33,000 a few months ago. The owner is currently listing the item for sale at a price of approximately $11 million.
AmkNews.com As we reported, the Bored & Hungry restaurant has announced that it will no longer accept crypto payments. The company has not made an official statement on this issue at this time.
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