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Inside Eminem And Snoop Dogg’s VMA Performance With Their Bored Apes

Eminem and Snoop Dogg made history when they performed with their Bored Apes under control. In the music video for their most recent collaboration, From the D 2 the LBC, the two rappers played their non-famous alter egos.

Inside Eminem and Snoop Dogg BAYC VMA Performance

During Snoop Dogg and Eminem’s performance of “From the D 2 The LBC” at the 2022 MTV Video Music Awards, spectators were left wondering what they had just seen since it was the first performance of its sort.

According to Variety’s commentary, their performance, in which the rappers performed as metaverse avatars and Bored Ape NFTs, was inspired by the realm of the Otherside metaverse.

The two rappers embarked into a psychedelic, metaverse-inspired concert of their collaborative single “From the D2 to the LBC.”

Using Twitter, the Bored Ape Yacht Club from the NFT collection verified that Snoop and Em had really performed their new tune, which included their Apes and OthersideMeta.


In order to bring the performance to reality, MTV collaborated with Yuga Labs, the firm that was responsible for BAYC. Curtain Call 2 is Eminem’s second greatest-hits album, and “Off the D2 to the LBC” was the second single that was released from the album back in June.

The Bored Ape Yacht Club is the most extensive collection in NFTs, and it has a total of 10,000 cartoon simeans. The commercial rights to the pictured ape are included in the purchase price of a Bored Ape, which may range anywhere from $150,000 to over a million dollars.

Some people have used such intellectual property rights in order to publish books, while Hollywood star Seth Green is now using them in order to develop a television program.

However, Twitter fans are not happy with the VMA performance, as many of them are perplexed by the performance.

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