‘NFT’ Rappers in the house: Snoop Dogg & Eminem Perform at the Super Bowl Half Time

Vinod Dsouza
Eminem Snoop Dogg Super Bowl Half Time NFT
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Rappers Snoop Dogg and Eminem hit the SoFi stadium in Los Angeles at the Super Bowl and performed during the half time. The singers kept the crowd grooving to their foot-tapping numbers and entertained spectators with their music. Dr. Dre, 50 Cent among many others entertained the electrifying crowd for more than 10 minutes at the half time.

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Snoop Dogg has been tweeting about the Super Bowl since close to two weeks making his presence the ‘most-awaited’ during the half time. The rapper has been at the forefront in promoting NFTs and is a flagbearer in making it reach a wider audience.

The singer had also purchased a mansion in the Sandbox Metaverse and thousands of people were bidding to be his neighbour. A user outbid the others and purchased a plot for $450,000 next to Snoop Dogg’s Metaverse property.

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The Drop it Like its Hot singer will perform live concerts, release music and albums, and also mingle with fans in the Metaverse.

Snoop Dogg has been an NFT whale and owns CryptoPunk’s most valuable profile picture NFTs worth around $4.6 million. In addition, the rapper also owns ten Meebits NFTs which are 3D avatars created by Larva Labs. His NFT wallet holds digital art of around $17 million and counting.

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NFTs has come a long way since its inception in 2014 and is now slowly yet steadily reaching the mainstream audience. The year 2022 is at a pivotal time for NFTs and stands at a crucial point towards an explosive future. The celebrity backing shows that NFTs are here to stay and its market vale will only increase as the years pass by.