Thanks to some luck, BiggerThanTheBeatles won a storage unit full of studio demos and has now listed each item on Open Sea for hip-hop lovers to purchase and certify their status as fans of the popular music genre.
The Bigger Than The Beatles NFT collection is a unique project created to bring back the history of hip-hop and rap in particular, by showing the world the impact of the genre not only in the music industry but as a global culture. The first-of-its-kind project is particularly laudable as the collection includes studio demos as well as hand-signed and some dated demos from the likes of Dr. Dre, Eminem, Bruno Mars, and much more. This gives holders a rare opportunity to own a piece of hip-hop history from some of the greatest albums and artists of all time.
Hiphop remains one of the oldest music genres that have grown to become a global culture with millions of followers in different parts of the world. Over the years, rap and hip-hop as a whole, have been compared with other genres in terms of popularity and acceptance. However, the dominance of rap cannot be overemphasized, which has led to the creation of The Bigger Than The Beatles NFT collection.
The Bigger Than The Beatles NFT collection is currently available on OpenSea.io and features different works from hip-hop greats. In addition to proving that “rap music is bigger than the Beatles,” the historic collection shows the versatility and creativity of rappers by making something out of nothing as it also serves as a fundraising campaign to help the needy and make the world a better place.
The pieces were found in a storage unit belonging to the President of Aftermath Records. The unit was won in a storage auction over a decade ago in Van Nuys Ca.
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For more information about The Bigger Than The Beatles NFT collection and to take advantage of the opportunity to own a collectible, visit OpenSea.io and YouTube. Keep up with Ronnie Rockwell, the man actually won the storage unit full of studio demos on LinkedIn.