The Christopher Wallace Estate, which manages the Notorious B.I.G.’s music, fashion and unreleased archives dropped a collection containing 3,000 non-fungible tokens. They sold out in ten minute. The digital collectibles were made available via Oneof’s NFT platform. Owners of the new NFTs have now been granted the rights to audio from a previously unreleased B.I.G. freestyle.
NFT collectors were able to purchase Notorious B.I.G. NFTs were able to acquire Notorious B.I.G. collectibles when Oneof, a NFT platform, released a collection of 3,000 digital collectibles . After his 1994 album, “Ready to Die” by Bad Boy Records, Christopher Wallace is more well-known as Biggie, Biggie Smalls and the Notorious B.I.G.
According to Billboard and The Source, Biggie was called “the greatest rapper ever” after his 1994 full-length album earned a quadruple platinum certification from the RIAA.
The “Sky’s the Limit”, non-fungible token (NFT), collection features Biggie Smalls, an American rapper, in three-dimensional form, wearing various outfits, crowns and sunglasses.
The Biggie NFT collection, called “Sky’s the Limit”, features 3D characters from the Notorious B.I.G. The generative collection of 3,000 NFTs includes a Kangol hat and other clothes. Sometimes, a crown is also worn.
NFT “gives each NFT owner the right to collectively licence the audio of Biggie’s most famous freestyle, which he filmed in Brooklyn at the age of 17,” according to Tuesday’s Oneof market announcement. “Despite its legend status, the freestyle was never released or made freely available to other musicians for them to use in their songs.” Until now.”
Oneof representatives claim that the “Sky’s the Limit NFT Collection” sold out within ten minutes. When a visitor visits the website, the site states that the compilation has officially been “sold out.”
The Oneof marketplace now has NFTs available for purchase. Users can also bid on NFTs that they are interested in from the collection. Wayne Barrow, who is the manager of Voletta Wallace and Biggie’s estates, stated that an NFT collection would be a great gift for the late rapper, who died in Las Vegas in September 1996.
In a statement to Bitcoin.com News, Barrow stated that Biggie’s music was an important part of hip hop culture and its global impact. Elliot Osagie, a business partner at Willingie Inc, suggested the idea of partnering with OneOf to share the famous freestyle that showed Biggie as the icon he would become through an NFT. We were certain that sharing the freestyle with his fans would be a proud moment for him.
The Notorious B.I.G. The Notorious B.I.G. The NFT Makersplace released the first 2pac NFT collection that was authorized by Shakur Estate. The estates or families have endorsed all of the NFT collections mentioned, including Notorious B.I.G.’s latest digital collectibles.