Snoop Dogg doesn’t seem to stop making entrepreneurial moves as he recently purchased iconic label Death Row Records. He has now decided to branch out in the cryptocurrency market. Not too long ago, he collaborated with Master P to release Rap Snacks.
The West Coast legend teased a snippet of his upcoming album “Bacc On Death Row” featuring Nas. On Thursday, February 9, Snoop Dogg has launched his Bacc On Death Row NFT project with blockchain gaming company Gala Games.
NFTs (Non Fungible Tokens) have been doing pretty great in the cryptocurrency business, and it’s only apparent business people will take any opportunity to make bank off it. In the past few months of NFT craze, many celebrities have come forward to release their NFT product on blockchain. Snoop Dogg is one of them.
This project of Snoop includes his upcoming 17-track B.O.D.R album. The NFT’s release is one of a kind digital “Stash Box” which can be purchased via Gala Games. The exclusive sale on ends on Sunday (February 13) at midnight PST. This is just following Snoop’s performances at Super Bowl LVI.
In an statement provided by Gala Games Snoop Dogg said the following,
“If anything is constant, it’s that the music industry will always be changing,”
“Blockchain tech has the power to change everything again and tip the table in favor of the artists and the fans, and we’re going to be right at the front of the pack with this Gala Music deal.”
Snoop Stash Boxes, priced at $5,000 each, only 2500 of them exist, with 1,470 NFTs of each song. Each of these Stash Boxinclude one of the 17 track NFT tracks from Snoop Dogg’s B.O.D.R. album. Any fans that collect the entire album of 17 NFT songs will receive an official Deathrow gold chain. Not only that, but also unlocking various real-life and digital awards, namely an exclusive party at Snoop Dogg’s mansion in L.A.!
Rewards will also feature a concert and limited-edition merchandise.