Wu-Tang Clan member Method Man has announced plans to launch a non-fungible token (NFT) collection called “Tical World.”
“Tical World’s” series “Part 1: The Origin,” offers various cool incentives to lock in, including access to unreleased music from Method Man, 3D animations, and apparel.
According to Bitcoin.com, the “Tical World” NFT art will also be signed by Method Man as well as Alex Smetsky, who is responsible for the incredible artwork.
Rolling Stone reports that some of the art for the comics and characters were created by an artist called Dgkstarr.
The comic is hosted on Dapper Labs’ Flow blockchain, which also hots NBA Top Shots NFTs.
“Open worlds continue to collide as incredible musicians make their move to blockchain,” the Flow blockchain tweeted. “We can’t wait to enter Tical World with legendary emcee Method Man, a true comic book aficionado launching his very own comic universe of exclusive NFTs with Tunego.”
While digital assets seem to be the latest trend, Method Man has dabbled in the Crypto-verse before.
Last year the rapper “teamed up” with the decentralized lending protocol Cream (CREAM). CREAM is currently ranked 263 on CoinGecko, the world’s largest independent cryptocurrency data aggregator. CREAM has a market cap of US$153,741,613.
Meth’s announcement comes a week after Emmersive Entertainment partnered with Tory Lanez to launch the first-ever music streaming NFT.
To launch the initiative, fans were invited to pre-order his latest album, ‘When it’s Dark’ for one dollar using crypto or cash.
Back in March, Lanez also released three unreleased tracks as NFTs through a collaboration with Bondly Finance.