( ENSPIRE Music ) Spottie Wifi Links With DJ Mal-Ski For A West Coast Bop In “Do You Get It”
ENSPIRE Contributor: Wesley Tran
Spottie Wifi is an up-and-coming crypto-punk rapper ready to make waves in the music industry. With his latest album, “The King’s Alpha,” Spottie has solidified his presence beyond the metaverse, captivating listeners with his unique sound and innovative use of NFTs. Months after the release of his major album, The King’s Alpha, Spottie Wifi releases “Do You Get It.” in the song, Spottie Wifi asks his listeners if they understand why he works hard. Spottie collaborated with LA’s own DJ Mal-Ski on a West Coast beat to discuss how greater things are coming for the Cryptopunk rapper.
The opening verse has Spottie rapping on how he stands out from the crowd and appreciates his time out in Venice Beach working with Mal-Ski. Then, the beat flips and so does the content. On the beat flip, Spottie raps about how he got his money right with cryptocurrency. He uses heavy rhymes to reference how he is making his name digitally and physically. DJ Mal-Ski is a well-known DJ out in the City of Angels spinning for the likes of the LA Sparks, USC Athletics, and the Pac-12 division. The visual, directed by Will C and Tana has Spottie and Mal-Ski riding around Venice Beach on bikes and rapping in front of street art.
The music video for “Do You Get It,” was directed by none other than Street Heat, the person responsible for creating visually stunning music videos. Filmed on location in the vibrant city of Los Angeles, specifically Venice Beach, the video promises to be a cinematic masterpiece. Viewers can expect a captivating visual experience that complements the lyrical prowess of Spottie Wifi and the electrifying beats of DJ Mal-Ski. Street Heat’s previous collaboration with Spottie Wifi on the music video for “Buy The Dips,” featuring Jim Jones, received critical acclaim for its bold visuals and creative storytelling. This next
Spottie WiFi disrupted the music industry in August 2021 by selling 2000 NFT albums and generated $192K in revenue in under 60 seconds as an independent artist. Since then, the album has gone on to generate over 200 ETH in secondary sales and is one of the most successful and innovative music NFTs in history. The CryptoPunk rapper received the 2021 NFT.NYC award for Best Use of NFTs in the Music Industry. In addition, he was named to NFT Now’s inaugural NFT 100 list. Furthermore, he has been co-signed by legendary artists including Snoop Dogg, Timbaland, Bun B, Thalia, Talib Kweli, Jim Jones, and others. His latest album, The King’s Alpha, has been covered on AllHipHop, NFTNewsPro, and HipHopSince1987.
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