The notorious hip-hop icon Snoop Dogg famous for its unique and innovative music has made it clear to the public that he is on full track to adopt blockchain in the music industry. Snoop Dog recently purchases Death Row Records and converted it to an NFT label, paving the way for other companies to follow.
Whether this is a hype move from the notorious artist and intelligent businessman or a true vote of confidence to the decentralization era of music, it’s definitely positive for the blockchain space. According to “Double G,” A drop (NFT) that might follow may feature Dr. Dre’s classic rap anthem, ‘Nuthin But a G Thang’.
Snoop Dogg’s NFT initiatives are supported by the Gala ecosystem which has recently created a spin-off project called “GALA Music” with the hope to democratize the music industry.
Gala Music is powered by “Player Nodes” similar to Gala Nodes where owners stream music for the listeners and receive a percentage of the commission while also buying/selling NFTs with royalties.
Snoop Dogg recently dropped a series of “Music Boxes” called “Stash Box” for his latest album containing one song per box priced at $5,000 per box. There were 17 songs in total and those who managed to collect all would receive bonuses and future airdrops. There were 25,000 box sets in total looking to accumulate a total of $125m.
Once upon a time we were paying 20$ for a CD, paying $5,000 for a song isn’t what we, the mortals would expect.
“We plan on bringing great music and great artists. … This is what Death Row is all about, trying to expand and take it to new regions.”– Calvin Cordozar Broadus Jr. (Snoop Dogg)
There is also an AMA livestream featuring Snoop Dogg and Ice Cube in which you can find out more about the upcoming project.
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