On March 10, the hip-hop artist Lil Pump announced the multi-platinum-selling artist has partnered with the non-fungible token (NFT) platform Sweet. The American rapper will drop three unique NFT collectibles in total and heâ€™s also releasing a one-of-a-kind â€œdigital jewelry collectible NFTâ€ collection.
Lil Pump Launches Non-Fungible Token Assets via Sweet
The multi-platinum-selling hip-hop recording artist, Gazzy Garcia, known professionally as Lil Pump has jumped into the non-fungible token (NFT) assets game by partnering with the company Sweet. Lil Pump got mainstream recognition back in 2017 with the hit single â€œGucci Gangâ€ and the single was certified five-times platinum by the RIAA.
Since then heâ€™s released the albums like the self-titled â€œLil Pumpâ€ and the record â€œHarverd Dropout.â€ On Wednesday, Lil Pump detailed that heâ€™s collaborated with Sweet, a scalable NFT platform dedicated to the top music, entertainment, and consumer brands.
According to the recent announcement, the hip-hop artist is dropping three unique NFT collectibles and one of the tokens is considered a one-of-a-kind digital jewelry concept.
â€œThe 3-piece collection features a 500-piece giveaway to fans, an affordable and exclusive collectible card with a limited 2,000 piece inventory, and the uber-rare capstone â€œEsskeetit Diamond VVSâ€ NFT for the true connoisseur,â€ the announcement details.
Two of the Lil Pump NFTs have been released on Wednesday, and fans of the artist can obtain the â€œEsskeetit Cardâ€ and the â€œLil Pump Artist Card V1â€ via the Sweet platform. The rare â€œEsskeetit Diamond VVSâ€ NFT claims to tether the non-fungible token asset to a piece of one of the American rapperâ€™s multi-million dollar jewelry collection.
The announcement further says that Lil Pump has minted five â€œEsskeetit Diamond VVSâ€ NFTs in total. Each Tom Mizzone, Sweetâ€™s chief executive officer, explained that the growing interest in the NFT space proves Lil Pumpâ€™s point that this is the future. â€œThe future of rare, collectible merchandise is in the digital arena, as evidenced by the growing interest in NFTs,â€ Mizzone noted.
Mizzone emphasized that the team is pleased to be working with the recording artist and Lil Pump has plans to drop more NFTs.
â€œWe are thrilled to be the ones giving Lil Pump fans and global collectors a new way to own exclusive digital goods,â€ Mizzone added. â€œThis is the first of multiple drops we will be doing with Pump.â€
During the last few months, numerous celebrities and musicians have been getting into the NFT space including actress Lindsay Lohan, 76ers owner Michael Rubin, Justin Roiland, the co-creator of â€œRick and Morty,â€ Youtuber Logan Paul, Swish DJ Alesso, and Linkin Parkâ€™s Mike Shinoda.
Even the world-famous gamer and Youtuber, Pewdiepie has been involved in the NFT space with skins in the 3D augmented reality video game Wallem.
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