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Riskie Forever’s Original Makaveli Painting, NFT And Sweepstakes

Riskie links with Zelus to celebrate the 25th anniversary of Tupac’s Makaveli album with special NFT, original painting and sweepstakes.

Riskie Forever's Original Makaveli Painting, NFT And Sweepstakes

Riskie Forever links with Zelus, celebrating the 25th anniversary of Tupac’s Makaveli album with special NFT, original painting and sweepstakes.

The man behind Tupac’s iconic “Makaveli” album cover, Riskie Forever and Zelus the 1-stop shop for the creation and issuance of NFTs, are back again with another exclusive NFT and more.

Continuing the celebration of Tupac’s iconic Makaveli album, Fans will have a chance to win a percentage of the auction’s final sale price by participating in the Makaveli Album Artwork Sweepstakes. Only 151 lucky fans will be selected randomly. Along with this incredible opportunity, fans who enter and claiming the NFT, will receive 1 of 20 generative designs of the original artwork depicted in stained glass, as well as a sweepstake entry.

Back in November of 2021, Riskie Forever and Zelus released a series of twenty-five NFTs every day for seven days, each one inspired by the cover art of the Death Row Records classic.

After Tupac’s passing, his very first posthumous release was “The Don Killuminati: The 7 Day Theory.” The controversial album was led by an even more controversial cover art. As stated by Riskie Forever in an interview with Hip Hop XXIV, it was all Tupac’s idea.

“‘Pac had the idea and Suge was like, ‘Well let me call Riskie and get this idea started.’ And, that’s basically how everything started,” Riskie explained. Ironically the album cover art would take 7 days to complete.

For more information of the upcoming NFT auction and sweepstakes, visit the official website here.

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  1. Mark

    September 11, 2022 at 4:40 pm

    Thanks for your blog, nice to read. Do not stop.

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