Havoc of Mobb Deep and two others unveil a “50 Years of Hip-Hop” NFT collection

Havoc of Mobb Deep and two others unveil a “50 Years of Hip-Hop” NFT collection

Famous hip-hop artists, Havoc of Mobb Deep, Saigon, and Jahlil Beats have ventured into the NFT industry by unveiling the ‘50 Years of Hip-Hop’ NFT collection as the hip-hop community continues to embrace technology like never before.

New hip-hop NFT

Three hip-hop artists, including Havoc of Mobb Deep, Saigon, and Jahlil, have created a new NFT collection to keep up with the tech trend and blend both old and new-school hits. The collection, dubbed ‘50 Years of Hip-Hop’, debuts in the newly created Web3 platform m.Verse.

The new collection gives owners universal clearance on the new platform. It includes more than 50 exceptional performances and occasions highlighting hip-hop legends, great innovators of incredible music in Web3, and other bonuses such as visiting high-class zone in m.Verse platform. 

The enthusiasts will also enter the hip-hop museum and view fashionable ephemeral airdrops and digital albums.

M.Verse platform joins NFT vogue

M.Verse is a metaverse platform that acts as a stage for artists, where they can find new ways to express themselves and engage with fans.

The platform is kickstarting with this collection to celebrate the immense work that hip-hop music has done for the music industry and culture. The new metaverse platform also tries to blend traditional music with emerging Web3 technologies, taking the world by storm.

The platform also would hold a carnival for women engaged in the hip-hop industry and enthusiasts advocating for Web3 advancements. The concerts and carnival take place at the end of March.  

The NFT collection by the trio is the latest to join a clique of hip-hop artists owning NFTs. Some renowned artists holding NFT include Snoop Dogg, Lil Pump, Eminem, Soulja Boy, Malone, and Lil Baby.

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