Mac demarco nft

mac demarco nft

Snoop Dogg is getting into the crypto game. The Doggfather held his first NFT auction this week, aptly titled, “A Journey with the Dogg.” It featured exclusive Snoop content, including new songs and videos from the rapper.

Snoop Dogg revealed that one piece titled “Death Row” sold for an impressive $108,000 USD. The piece is a nod to both the first record label that the rapper signed to and “the Dogg’s electric and magnetic personality.”

Last week, Snoop Dogg spoke with Vanity Fair about his excitement over the potential of NFTs:

“The NFT explosion hit fast. There are still a lot of people out there who don’t know about it, or just don’t get it. They will though. It’s a big moment and a big technology that is changing the way artists do business and connect with our fans.

Mac demarco nft

FYF 2013 artist spotlight: Mac DeMarco”. Time Out. Retrieved August 4, 2014.

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  • It’s just kind of like every angle of how somebody might feel if they’re having strange feelings in their chest.”[29] On May 11, 2015, Captured Tracks released the first single of Another One, titled “The Way You’d Love Her”.[30]Another One received a generally favourable response from music critics, scoring 75/100 on Metacritic.[31] Still in Rock has ranked this LP as the third best of 2015.

    On July 8, 2015, DeMarco released a 9-track instrumental album titled Some Other Ones and called it a “BBQ soundtrack”.[32] Later that evening, he hosted a listening party in New York City (where DeMarco was based) for fans to hear Another One, where they could get free hot dogs if they donated to a food bank.[33]

    2017–2018: This Old Dog[edit]

    On January 31, 2017, DeMarco announced his third studio album, titled This Old Dog.

    Background informationBirth nameVernor Winfield McBriare Smith IVBorn(1990-04-30) April 30, 1990 (age 32)Duncan, British Columbia, CanadaOriginEdmonton, Alberta, CanadaGenresOccupation(s)InstrumentsYears active2008–presentLabelsWebsitemac-demarco.com

    McBriare Samuel LanyonMacDeMarco (born Vernor Winfield McBriare Smith IV; April 30, 1990) is a Canadian singer-songwriter, multi-instrumentalist and producer.[3] DeMarco has released six full-length studio albums, his debut Rock and Roll Night Club (2012), 2 (2012), Salad Days (2014), Another One (2015), This Old Dog (2017), and Here Comes the Cowboy (2019).

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  • His return to the stage was marked by changes to his live band, with the departure of longtime members Joe McMurray, Andrew White and Jon Lent, and the addition of Darryl Johns (bass) and JD Beck (drums). Andy White confirmed his departure shortly afterwards stating: “Mac’s an old friend, life is long, and no one knows the future. I’m incredibly stoked to see his new line-up soon as I can.

    I loved his band before I was in it. I loved playing in it, and I will always look forward to what our bud is putting together in the future.”[48]

    Artistry[edit]

    DeMarco’s style employs the use of flat drums (little or no reverberation or dynamic range compression), chorus and vibrato effects on the guitar and a generally lazy atmosphere a lasoft rock records, muted and low frequency bass guitars.

    His style of music has been described as “blue wave”[4] and “slacker rock”,[5][6] or, by DeMarco himself, “jizz jazz”.[7]

    Life and career[edit]

    1990–2008: Early life and education[edit]

    DeMarco was born in Duncan, British Columbia on Vancouver Island, and raised in Edmonton, Alberta. His great-grandfather is Vernor Smith, Alberta’s former Minister of Railways and Telephones, for whom DeMarco was named,[8] and his grandfather (also named Vernor Winfield McBriare Smith) was a judge of the Court of Queen’s Bench of Alberta.[9] His mother, Agnes DeMarco, later changed his name to McBriare Samuel Lanyon DeMarco, after his father left when Mac was 4 and refused to pay child support.[10] DeMarco is also of Italian descent.[11][12]

    DeMarco attended McKernan School for junior high.

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