12m-tall NFT inflatable installation of Champ Medici at Somerset till Oct 31

The pop up installation coincides with the visit of Cordell Broadus, owner of the Champ Medici NFT and son of American rapper Snoop Dogg.

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Published: 23 September 2022, 4:36 PM

A 12m-tall inflatable installation of non-fungible token (NFT) Champ Medici has popped up at Somerset Youth Park and will be there till Oct 31.

Those who are familiar with NFTs might know that Champ Medici is owned by crypto investor and entrepreneur Cordell Broadus, who is also the son of American rapper Snoop Dogg. 

The installation coincides with Cordell’s visit to Singapore from Sep 28 to Oct 2, where he will attend and host a series of events alongside the Singapore Grand Prix 2022 and cryptocurrency conference TOKEN2049.


Broadus will also attend private events during his visit, where he will host investors, tech entrepreneurs and partner with Singaporean venture capital firm, Golden Equator Capital. PHOTO CREDIT: INSTAGRAM/@CBROADUS


The 12m pop up is part of the Champ Medici: Recharge Tour and aims to “show the world that Champ Medici and its communities are in a constant recharging process”. 

Singapore is the tour’s first stop and features three communities that “Champ is invested in”.

Broadus will also display several artworks and NFT art collections. Titled Champ Medici x Dr Bombay Art Gallery & The Last Generation Immersive Experience, the display will be held at The Mandala Club and will feature artworks inspired by Chinese drama, The Untamed

Also featured are Broadus’ and Snoop Dogg’s NFT art collections, including NFTs by artistes Steve Aoki and Wiz Khalifa. The event will be open to the public on Oct 1 and 2, from 11am to 9pm.

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