Champ Medici partners with Clay Nation to launch new music on Cardano Network

Champ Medici has collaborated with renowned NFT project Clay Nation to launch new music on the Cardano network.

Renowned Web 3 Architect, artist, and the son of well-known American rapper Snoop Dogg, Champ Medici, has collaborated with renowned NFT project Clay Nation to launch new music on the Cardano network.

Three brand-new music tracks in total were exclusively released for Baked Nation NFT holders. Clay Nation, Champ Medici, and Snoop Dogg themselves created Baked Nation, a virtual world and clay animation project.

The Clay Nation Tapes Vol. 1 is comprised of the three tracks “Manifest,” “Lil Flex’n,” and “ADA Dreams.” These three tracks detail Champ Medici’s experiences with cryptocurrencies and feature rhymes about his hopes for success with the Cardano smart contract platform as well as a Snoop Dogg skit about how crypto assets are altering the world.

Champ Medici is not selling any of its digital asset holdings

Champ Medici declares on the “Manifest” track that he isn’t selling his cryptocurrency holdings and is also not going to be paying close attention to the news to avoid being misled from his choice to HODL onto his funds.

Snoop Dogg’s NFT collection, which was introduced earlier this year, promised “iconic artifacts,” “limited edition “pitches,” and unreleased songs. Moreover, as TheCoinRise reported, Snoop Dogg also released an NFT collection worth $17 million in September last year.

“A collection of 10,000 digital characters with algorithmically constructed, handcrafted clay traits” is what Clay Nation itself has to offer. Although the original collection is sold out, some Clay Nation NFTs are still being traded on online secondary markets. Notably, the NFT collection had in the past partnered with the popular American rock band Good Charlotte.

Champ Medici’s new tracks coincide with the Cardano network’s recent 50 million transaction threshold surpassing in advance of its eagerly awaited Vasil hard fork, which is expected to bring about a “massive performance improvement” to the network.