Singles from Snoop Dogg and Steve Aoki’s new EP were dropped by NFT Holders

Singles from Snoop Dogg and Steve Aoki's new EP were dropped by NFT Holders

Singles from Snoop Dogg and Steve Aoki’s new EP were dropped by NFT Holders

Snoop Dogg and Steve Aoki, who both support blockchain, have combined their love of music and digital assets to make a group called “Alpha Doggz” that is focused on the Web3. The two are starting their work together with the release of a five-track EP. People who own certain NFTs will get an airdrop of a single from the project.

The first two tracks of the EP, “Super Freak” (which features October London) and “Holy Grail,” came out on May 19. The first track was airdropped to Snoop Stashbox NFT holders, and the second track was airdropped to A0K1VERSE Passport NFT holders.

The full EP, called “Da Da,” will be released on May 23. People will be able to listen to the two singles that were already out, as well as the title track “Da Da” and the singles “Girls” and “How I Do It.”

“Da Da” is released in partnership with Gala Music, the platform that helped Snoop start Stash Box NFT, and with Snoop’s own Web3-focused music label Death Row Records. During an Ask Me Anything (AMA) session hosted by Gala Music in March, the Doggfather said this about the goals of this label:

“We want to make it possible for people to buy and sell some of these classic songs and records that helped build Death Row. We also want to bring great music and great artists to the label. That’s what Death Row is all about: trying to grow and go to new places.

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