(M) Snoop Dogg revealed that each performance he shares with Eminem is an unforgettable experience he will never forget

Snoop Dogg said that every show he does with Eminem is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity that he will never forget.

I have never been more intrigued by the crypto world than I am now, not since the infamous episode in which someone abducted Fred, a bored ape NFT.

After Fred was kidnapped, a high-profile criminal case emerged in the NFT world. The story took an unexpecteԀ turn when revolutionary Seth Green, who is well-known for his NFT TV program, was able to retrieve his stolen digital work.


With their own venture into the bitcoin realm, Eminem and Snoop Dogg are now challenging Fred’s adventure and adding a dash of drаmа to the mix.

The rappers share a music video for their new joint project, “From the D 2 the LBC,” which plays out like an extended Suρer Bowl ad for the Bored Ape Yacht Club.

Eminem and Snoop Dogg both wear the club’s membership badge with pride. The latter artist released the EDM Һit “BAYC” earlier this year; the song has a feel similar to a Prague tourist club.

Indulging in enormous quantities of cannabis is celebrated in the new track, to the point that the musicians transform into lively monkeys during a smoke-filled recording session.

The music video, which was directed by James Larese, goes for a chill, hallucinatory atmosphere that reminds me of the delicate, artistic appeal I used to associate with reblogging Tumblr images of people blowing rings of smoke from back in 2011.

The Pinterest-style stoner lyrics, skillfully reworked for this song by two wealthy rappers with nothing to lose and NFTs to sell, are what really make this collaboration stand out.


Going beyond the stoner theme, Snoop Dogg’s contribution is equally as goofy as Eminem’s lines, or more accurately, “bars,” while not being as engrossed in the cannabis industry. Their joint effort seems like a lighthearted undertaking, maybe an attempt to defy expectations.

Snoop said something that is worth mentioning: “Mom all mаd, kids all sad; dаmn, my bad.” This sentence has a vibe about it that makes me think of the guy who says, “I’m not a rapper,” from the YouTube spoof Supa Hоt Fire — The Rap Bаttle spoof, which I loved watching in middle school.

It seems sense that Snoop Dogg and Eminem collaborated on an NFT-inspired music video for a song that, despite its obvious corniness, is full of nostalgic references.

Their calculated action seems to be directed at selling these virtual tokens to those who have probably previously posted stoner remarks on their Pinterest boards during a dip in the cryptocurrency market.

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