• The New Snoop Dogg NFT Collection Is Here — He’s now a Comic Book Hero

  • Snoop Dogg is back, blasting us with a slew of fresh NFTs. And he’s selling them on the same platform that Beeple’s $69 million artwork was on when it sold.

    Snoop Dogg and artist BossLogic have collaborated to sell an NFT collection dubbed Supercuzz. The drop will be available for purchase on March 17th at 3:30PM (PDT).

    Snoop Dogg is an ardent NFT collector. Over the last 18 months, he has amassed an exceptionally rich collection while remaining incognito. He recently revealed that Death Row Records has been rebranded as an NFT label. He also used Sandbox to establish Snoopverse. He is also participating in music initiatives through the Gala music portal.

    Collaborations with Snoop Dogg

    Kode Abdo, alias BossLogic, is a digital concept artist and graphic designer. He began by creating fan art of well-known characters. This drew the attention of millions of people all around the world. Soon after, Marvel and Disney took note and engaged the artist. Kode has created comic book covers and official movie posters for films such as Avengers: Endgame and Aladdin.

    Collection of Supercuzz

    BossLogic’s artworks can be found in the Supercuzz NFT collection. They’re animated comic book covers featuring Snoop Dogg as a superhero. This superhero originated from the Angel City streets. Supercuzz is a self-made crypto-trillionaire who lives a high-flying lifestyle. But, hey, whatever. He’s a superhuman. As a result, he devotes himself to “smoking” the forces of evil. As well as “weeding” out criminals.

    Cordell Broadus, Snoop Dogg’s son, was also instrumental in the creation of the NFT. The collection will include five limited-edition items. Snoop Dogg provides voiceovers for some of the animations.

    This NFT series will serve as a gateway to Supercuzz’s future adventures. According to the artists, it “will carve out a totally new model for fan involvement in the comic-book genre on Web3.”


    These NFTs can be found on the NFT platform MakersPlace. Craig Palmer is the company’s CEO. “Both Snoop Dogg and BossLogic are iconic forces in their respective professions and pioneers in the NFT sphere.”

    MakersPlace claims to be the first NFT marketplace to accept payments in both cryptocurrency (ETH) and non-cryptocurrency (USD).

    Beeple’s Everydays: The First 5000 Days was sold for a record-breaking $69.3 million on the marketplace. In March 2021, they performed this in collaboration with Christie’s auction house. It was an all-time high for digital artwork.

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