A new NFT token collection has been introduced, celebrating one of the most well- known hip hop stars. The Tupac NFT Collection celebrates the Tupac Shakur years of formation. His first friend Darrin Keith Bastfield is behind the drop and will retain all rights. The collection will be sold on Tezos- based marketplace, Kalamint.
Tupac NFTs will concentrate on their time at the Baltimore School of the Arts, where he co-founded Born Busy with Bastfield, Dana Smith and Gerard Young.
In short, tokens come in several forms, with four distinct categories.
Born busy documentary NFTs
This category includes interviews with teachers, classmates, old neighbors and friends.
My life with Tupac’s book, NFTs. These are copies of Bedtfield’s memories about his friendship and work with a person who would be a rap legend. These memories come In 18 separate chapters, each will be covered uniquely, along with hand- drawn art and pages taken from the book.
The book’s cover
The book is covered with original artwork by Bastfield oil painting,’ Shakurspeare’, which is Tupac’s nickname at school.
Shakurspeare ‘NFTs Screenplay
Bastfield has also written a film about the NFT coverage period. Fans can purchase the draft of the first version of the romantic comedy screenplay as an NFT.
After moving to Los Angeles in the early 1990s, Tupac became the biggest West Coast rap name in the United States. In 1996, an unidentified gunman killed him. Many believe this was the result of a dispute with East Coast artists. Various documentaries have been made about the murder.
Definitely, this is not the only main NFT hip hop series that we know about lately. The NEAR protocol lately showed a number of tokens dedicated to rappers from the 1970s to the present, including Lil Wayne and Easy-E. At the same time, Snoop Dogg and Russell Simmons launched last month their NFT goals, backing the “fathers of hip-hop founder.”