Cardano’s Clay Nation and Snoop Dogg collaboration get surprising support from NFT pioneer
One of the most popular and high-profile Cardano NFT collections, Clay Nation, has received unexpected support from digital art pioneers, the already legendary Bored Ape Yacht Club. In particular, BAYC’s Twitter account retweeted the latest piece of work from Clay Mates studio, a music video by Snoop Dogg and his son Champ Medici, done in the project’s signature clay style.
The music video for Bron and Bronny by @SnoopDogg & @champmedici is out now!
Shot at @IOHK_Charles ranch in Wyoming with the clay animation sequences created by us.
Enjoy the full video here 👉 https://t.co/MnxCwvAjpl
Let’s go! #Music #Claymation #Cardano
— Clay Nation 🏕️ (@claymates) November 21, 2022
As reported by U.Today, the long-awaited music video collaboration between Cardano and Snoop Dogg’s family came out unexpectedly just a few days ago. After the release, trading volumes for the Clay Nation collection items rose 80% at one point, with the average floor price per NFT also climbing.
According to various Cardano NFT observers, activity around Clay Nation continues to be high. In accordance with the data, the trading volume of collection in the last 24 hours has increased by 200% and amounts to 20,000 ADA. During the week, its value grew by 6,708% and equaled 262,000 ADA.
Given the scale of the collaboration, which also featured Cardano founder Charles Hoskinson, as well as the support of BAYC’s millionth account, the music video managed to get more than 90,000 views in two days. That said, the Clay Nation channel, where it was released, has only 890 subscribers.