DonJazzy x Osinachi NFT Collabo Debut Sold Out on Niftygateway.
Nigeria Afro beat maestro DonJazzy collaborated with leading Nigeria NFT cryptoartist Osinachi during the week to drop three Afrobeat inspired NFT collection Titled DonJazzy x Osinachi on niftygateway NFT market place.
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The DonJazzy x Osinachi collection has three art work from 28 edition 62 edition, and 86 editions. Osinachi numerically numbers his art NFTs as editions.
The three NFT drops has sold out on niftygateway NFT market place. The edition 86 labelled “Heartbeat” sold at $999 price. The 28th edition labelled “Move” was purchased at $3,333 while edition 62 “Lost” sold at $1550.
Niftygateway describes Osinachi’s burgeoning influence in NFT space thus; “Since bursting onto the scene just a few years ago, self-taught digital artist Osinachi (born Prince Jacon Osinachi Igwe) has quickly established himself as Africa’s foremost cryptoartist. His unique style and narrative illustrations have garnered the praise of collectors and exhibitions internationally, with accolades including a showcase at the Ethereal Summit in 2018 (making him the first Nigerian to ever do so), and placing as a finalist for the 2019 Bridgeman Studio Award. As impressive as his artworks is his process itself — His rich illustrations are created using Microsoft Word.
This collection marks Osinachi’s first collaborative project of this nature as he teams up with Don Jazzy, the legendary music producer who has been adjudged as the Dr. Dre of Africa. As a leading pioneer of the Afrobeats sound and movement, Don Jazzy has won numerous awards and has been part of ground breaking records and collaborations with artists including Burna Boy, Snoop Dogg, Kanye West, Jay Z and Beyonce (Watch The Throne).
“I can say that the collection is a tribute to Afrobeats. Don Jazzy has been in the global music industry for decades, championing Afrobeats in his own unique way. (I grew up dancing to music produced by this legend!) So we wanted to show that Afrobeats can be both upbeat and mellow.” -Osinachi