On December 15, the non-fungible token (NFT) market platform Makersplace will launch various NFTs based on Tupac Shakur’s most famous jewelry works. Makersplace and NFT artists and curators Impossible Brief and Digital Arts & Sciences worked closely with Shakur’s legacy to abandon the NFT collection called “The Immortal Collection.”
Tupac’s “The Immortal Collection” will be released on December 15th
Fans of rap legend Tupac Shakur (also known by his stage names 2pac and Makaveli) will soon be able to bid for non-fungible tokens (NFT) officially supported by Shakur Legacy. NFT will display rare jewelry inspired by some of the works worn by the influential rap star before his death on September 7, 1996. Makerspace Designed by NFT artist Impossible Brief, co-curated by Digital Arts & Sciences and Shakur Estate.
“[‘The Immortal Collection‘ is] To be released on December 15th, this new product will showcase an NFT jewelry collection based on some of Tupac’s most famous works, from his 2pac and diamond solitaire rings to his Makaveli bracelet and his last one. Medal worn in a photo,” announcement details.
NFT is based on some Tupac artifacts and personal items, which will be displayed in the upcoming Tupac Museum experience. The museum exhibition is titled “Tupac Shakur: Wake Me Up in Free Time” and will premiere in January 2022.
NFT artist Impossible Brief and curator Digital Arts & Sciences were able to select works from the archive of rap legends with the approval of Shakur Manor. The announcement details that this will be “the world’s first NFT [collection] Authorized by Shakur Manor. “
2pac NFT jewelry series is called “artist, activist, sinner, saint”
The collection will show four pieces of Tupac jewellery and will be called “artist, activist, sinner, saint”. The announcement details that NFT has “some of the deepest meanings and intentions.”
Tupac Shakur is widely regarded as the most influential rap artist of all time, and he has sold more than 75 million records worldwide. Since Shakur’s death, about five complete albums have been released, each of which has received platinum certification.
“This four-piece Immortal Collection is based on and related to what Tupac saw in him, the stories he thinks is worth telling, and the things that connect everyone to each other,” the series description concludes.
In 2020, Shakur Manor is estimated value About 40 million U.S. dollars. His mother, Afeni Shakur, managed his estate until her death in 2016. According to reports, the trustee of Tupac’s estate is now managing the rapper’s estate. Although worth 40 million U.S. dollars, there are also reports that Tupac owes his record company three albums in exchange for bail.
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