Protecting the Legacy of Rap and Hip-Hop Culture Through NFTs

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I was raised on 90’s rap and hip-hop, my heroes being U.G.K. (R.I.P. Pimp C), N.W.A., Cypress Hill and the Soul Assassins crew, Wu-Tang Clan, Public Enemy, Tupac, Biggie, Outkast, Goodie Mob, etc. You get the point. I’m that white kid that grew up in a farm town just outside of Kansas City who loved sick drum beats and could never understand racism. It just never made sense to me. Ever.  

Later in life, I ended up becoming a DJ/Music Producer/Independent Record Label Owner. But every step of the way, I always found myself doing things that I didn’t want to do so that I could actually survive and get as much time practicing and learning my craft. I was heavily planted in the Dubstep/Future Bass music scene in the U.S. from 2008-2018. In a matter of moments, my life collapsed when all of the risks I was taking blew up in my face. So, I got a “real” job.

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