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The Quad City DJ‘s are dropping the 25th anniversary edition of the original Space Jam theme song as an NFT on Foundation.app. You can find the mashable vocal stems, the track, and an RL Grime stem all on Foundation.

Since the release of the original Space Jam, the Quad City DJ’s theme song has spurred a massive cult following and veritable mashup subculture. With nearly 200,000 “slams”/mashups, the Space Jam theme has seen mashups with Skrillex, RL Grime, Cher, Carly Rae Jepsen, Mulan, and Backstreet Boys to highlight a few. Ever culturally relevant, the Quad City DJ’s are ready to unveil their NFT of the theme song, a modern response to the continually growing phenomenon.

Now, with the introduction of the NFTs, the Quad City DJs are also offering the vocal stems for fans to create legitimate mashups, able to be marketed and sold as NFTs as well: a perfect fusion of the highly collaborative nature of the NFT and Space Jam cultures. Through the NFT, the Quad City DJs are hoping to inspire more creations and collaborations within the two communities.

The Quad City DJ’s are laying the foundation for continued influence in the modern age. The NFT will be listed on July 16th, the release of Space Jam 2: A New Legacy.

Highlights of the Quad City DJ’s NFT
NFT of a major motion picture theme song.
NFT of a 8X platinum selling song.
NFT by a Grammy nominated Black music group.
NFT of a 25th Anniversary Billboard charting hit song.
“Mashable NFT” of a hit song.
Bonus for buyers:

Every successful buyer of each NFT will receive a RIAA certified 8X Platinum
Award from the 1996 Space Jam soundtrack with the buyers name engraved on
the plaque.
The highest overall winning bidder of all the NFT’s will have the “naming rights”
as “Executive Producer” for the upcoming 25th Anniversary Remix of Quad City
DJ’s multi-platinum selling “C’mon N’ Ride It (The Train)” on all credits. The
successful overall buyer (including family and friends) will also be welcome to
participate in a recording session in Miami at the legendary Hit Factory (formerly
Criteria Recording Studios) of the new remix of “C’mon N’ Ride It (The Train)”.

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