Recent NFT Tweets and a change in profile picture to a Doodle NFT suggests that the English electronic music duo, Disclosure have stepped into NFTs. The critically acclaimed musicians have taken a look in the blockchain’s direction. But why do they love Doodles?
About Disclosure Entering NFTs
Disclosure has seemed to enter the NFT space, or “aped in”, as some may say. The reason it seems like this is due to the change of their profile picture to the highly popular project, Doodles. In addition to this, they have shilled an NFT on Zora, titled Cliff Face. Also, earlier this week, they simply tweeted “gm”. This is a phrase that has been used every single morning on NFT Twitter, and each tweet often gets a ridiculous amount of replies.
Disclosure is an English electronic music duo with brothers, Howard and Guy Lawrence. The Lawrence brothers were born into a musical family in Surrey, England, with both their Mum and Dad being in bands. Their career began in 2010, and their genres of music are house and garage. So far, they’ve worked alongside big names such as Sam Smith, Lorde, Aminé, Slowthai and Mary J. Blige. Additionally, they have been nominated and won many awards, which you can see on their Wikipedia page here.
About celebrities in NFTs
Celebrities investing in NFTs is becoming more and more common. We’ve seen many people invest in NFTs. From Jimmy Fallon, Jay-Z and Steph Curry to Lil Baby, Mike Tyson and Post Malone. Also, we’ve seen many celebrity NFT collections created by celebrities. Floyd Mayweather, Shaquille O’Neal, Torey Lanez, Lil Dicky and Jordan Belfort, to name a few. The normalisation of celebrities in the space can only be beneficial, with major audiences being introduced to the space. Yes, some may be in to make a bit of money, but some are very clearly heavily into the space and are massive believers in the future.