Snoop Dogg, whose true name is Cozomo de’ Medici, recently collaborated with BossLogic on a song. Snoop Dogg’s newest NFT collection, Supercuzz, will be released on March 17 at 3:30 p.m. (PDT).
The Supercuzz NFT collection includes artworks by BossLogic. They’re essentially animated comic book covers depicting Snoop Dogg as Supercuzz, a superhero from the streets of Angel City. By day, Snoop Dogg is a “self-made crypto-trillionaire.” He morphs into Supercuzz at night, a vigilante who “smoke the forces of evil and roots out criminals.”
Cordell Broadus, Snoop Dogg’s son, was engaged in the creation of Superbuzz. He was in charge of the creative direction of the five covers. In addition to the covers, the release includes exclusive Snoop Dogg voice animations.
Supercuzz & MakersPlace
The special NFT drop will take place at MakersPlace, an NFT art marketplace that ensures that every digital collectible is original and genuinely one-of-a-kind. All MakersPlace artists sign and issue each collectible to confirm its authenticity.
“Snoop Dogg and BossLogic are two iconic forces in their respective crafts and are both pioneers in the NFT space. We’re honored to host the release of SUPERCUZZ collection on MakersPlace and give art enthusiasts accessibility to purchase NFTs from their favorite creators,” stated MakersPlace CEO Craig Palmer of the collaboration
BossLogic started his social media career by creating fan art. He currently often works on artwork for major motion pictures like DC, Disney, and Marvel. In 2017, his fan art picturing Rosario Dawson as a Mandalorian charmed the film studio so much that she was cast in the role. Because BossLogic’s work is digital, the NFT space allowed his fans to own it. He is now one of the most successful NFT artists in the metaverse.
Snoop Dogg’s foray into the NFT industry isn’t his first. During the preceding 18 months, Snoop has positioned himself as an NFT influencer with a sizable NFT collection. Snoop Dogg and The Sandbox have worked together to create Snoop Dogg avatar NFTs. He also said that he plans to relaunch Death Row Records, which he just purchased, as an NFT label.