Last month, Snoop Dogg was given hip-hop label Dead Line Records by Blackstone-sponsored MNRK Music Group. Now the rapper is Dr. Dre’s “Nutin’ But G Thang” has been released on NFT.
Snoop Dogg is one of the artists who continues to dominate the NFT space. Photo credit: Kevin C. Cox
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In a recent YouTube interview with Gala Music, a subsidiary of Gala Games that has partnered with artists to create NFTs, Snoop sat down with Ice Cube. During the interview, he alluded to the release saying, “Dead Data is the first major poster to become an NFT label.” At the end of the interview, he said, ‘Next month we can sell ‘Nutine’ but ‘Jitang’.
Billboard has confirmed that all Death Row releases will be NFTs. Add “Nutin’ But G Thang” and go.
In an interview on YouTube Live, Snoop confirmed that the Music Gala will be the location of Death Row on Metaverse. “What we plan to do is allow people to buy and trade some of these classic songs that were the basis of Death Row,” he added.
Snoop is an NFT sponsored musician. Recently dropped NFT music for Ape Coins featuring Wiz Khalifa. He has also collaborated with Clay Mates NFT on other projects. Clearly, Snoop is just one of those artists who sees the full potential of NFT.