Snoop Dogg and his son rap in an NFT music video featuring Bored Apes and CryptoPunks as Clay Nation’s iconic clay characters
- Snoop Dogg and his son help create a music video featuring Clay Nation’s clay characters.
- Already, the Cardano NFT project has seen more than 100,000 ADA in trading video since the launch of the video.
- The music video “Bron and Bronny” showcases other OG NFT projects.
The Creation of Bron and Bronny
Snoop Dogg first joined forces with the famous Cardano project Clay Nation and his son in early April this year. Together, they created the music video “Bron and Bronny”.
Clay Nation is no stranger to pairing up with musicians. The flagship Cardano NFT project consisting of 10,000 algorithmically generated clay characters, has been featured by the band Good Charlotte alongside Snoop Dogg in the past.
Nevertheless, only since the launch of Snoop and his son’s NFT music video has Clay Nation become the third-largest Cardano NFT project with more than 100,000 ADA in trading volume.
What the NFT Music Video Brings
As you can see, in the NFT music video above, Clay Nation turns Snoop and his son, Champ Medici, into its iconic clay characters shown on its NFT projects. As clay figures, they then venture into the world of Web3.
Moreover, Snoop and his son—otherwise known as Bron and Bronny in the music video—partake in an iconic rap duo. Following this, they bump into the ever-so-famous co-founder of Cardano, Charles Hopkins, who’s also clay, just like themselves.
Throughout the video, you can quickly grasp which character is Snoop. However, Champ Medici and Charles Hopkins appear in IRL and clay motion sequences featuring iconic NFT projects Bored Ape Yacht Club, CryptoPunks and Clay Nation itself.
Nevertheless, you’ll soon guess who’s who, thanks to context clues.
Listening to the music video’s lyrics is also a massive giveaway.
Subscribe to the NFT Lately newsletter to receive news covering the latest NFT-related drops, releases, reviews, and more.