Ape Horny - Eminem and Snoop Dogg perform

After dating iconic rappers Eminem and Snoop Dogg a little over a year ago, the two hit artists recorded a song together, which included a music video representing them in the style of popular NFT group Bored Apes.

Eminem tweeted the new song “From The D 2 The LBC” today, June 24 Foot. The rapper’s accompanying cover art features the animated Bored Ape Yacht Club (BAYC) style. Also in the video, Snoop and Em are mostly shown as digital “crypto monkeys.”

Probably the most successful of the NFT groups is Bored Ape Yacht Club, which is not only popular among die-hard crypto users, but has also caused a stir in the mainstream. NFT tokens are now coveted holdings even as stars and stars, for example hotel heiress Paris Hilton and TV presenter Jimmy Kimmel have invested in the digital crypto business.

So it’s no surprise that with Snoop Dogg and Eminem, two big names in hip-hop are now taking over the hype. The video for the song was created by the filmmakers 1Street The modification and Young California were produced with the participation of BAYC.

During the music video, the rapper turned to digital monkeys multiple times during their roles, alternately appearing as the two and then back again as “Bored Monkeys.” Fans of the NFT group already had a little anticipation at Ape Fest 2022 in the form of a short preview.

With this campaign, the two influential musicians have not only jumped into the latest trend, because both have already made contact with the NFTs themselves. At the beginning of the year, Eminem himself bought a boring monkey for 462 thousand dollars, which is designed to match the current look of the rapper.

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In April, Snoop Dogg once again became a major investor in crypto service provider MoonPay, which launched its own NFT Marketplace along with the artist label. Popular entertainment celebrities such as Justin Bieber, Bruce Willis and Ashton Kutcher have also joined the MoonPay investment.

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