$ADA: Snoop Dogg’s Son Champ Medici Release New Music on Cardano Networkadmin
The son of popular American rapper Snoop Dogg, Champ Medici, has released new music on the Cardano ($ADA) network in collaboration with popular non-fungible token (NFT) project Clay Nation.
In total, three new music tracks were released exclusively to Baked Nation NFT holders. Baked Nation is a virtual land and clay animation collaboration between Clay Nation, Champ Medici, and Snoop Dogg himself.
The three tracks are called “Manifest,” “Lil Flex’n,” and “ADA Dreams,” and together form the Clay Nation Tapes Vol. 1. These three tracks describe Champ Medici’s cryptocurrency experience, and include rhymes on his dreams of prospering with the smart contract platform Cardano, and a skit with Snoop Dogg talking about cryptoassets changing the world.
On the “Manifest” track, Champ Medici states he isn’t selling his digital currency holdings and is also not going to be paying close attention to the news in order not to be dissuaded from his decision to HODL onto his funds.
As CryptoGlobe reported earlier this year, Snoop Dogg’s NFT collection was launched with the promise of “iconic collectibles,” “limited edition ‘pitches’” and unreleased music.”
Clay Nation itself offers “a collection of 10,000 digital characters with algorithmically assembled, handcrafted clay traits.” The original collection is sold out, although some Clay Nation NFTs are now traded on secondary marketplaces. The NFT collection has in the past collaborated with Good Charlotte, an American rock bank.
Champ Medici’s new tracks were released at a time in which the Cardano network has recently surpassed the 50 million transaction milestone ahead of its widely-anticipated Vasil hard fork, which is expected to deliver a “massive performance improvement” to the network.
The Vasil hard fork is a major upgrade that will involve several Cardano Improvement Proposals (CIPs). As reported, the total market capitalization of ADA surged to briefly surpass the $17 billion mark ahead of the network’s highly-anticipated hard fork, before a wider market downturn saw its market cap drop under the $16 billion mark.