You throwing up big C’s but you ain’t a Crypto
At 1:24 on his track Mr. Robot. Dial Tone raps the lines, “We out for this Crypto. You throwin up big C’s but you ain’t a crip tho.” It’s lines like these that are deeply ingrained into the bars of Dial Tone’s latest album “Tones Beach”. Crypto for the later part of 2017 became a trend. Something that saw success just as quickly as it saw failure. But for Dial Tone this new form of currency and technology was never a fade or a trend. For him it meant a new way to play the game, especially for a game that was designed for him to lose. For him it meant ownership. Something that Dial Tone has been rapping about since his earliest projects. And now his latest project “Tones Beach” will be sold for crypto.
This isn’t the first time that cryptocurrency has been used for buying an album. 50 Cent is the biggest story when it comes to having a major payday from selling an album for cryptocurrency. But he really wasn’t into cryptocurrency. One of the major differences between Dial Tone and other artists that have released their album for crypto is that Dial Tone is an actual investor in Cryptocurrency. And as an investor in cryptocurrency he has seen both the highs and lows of the market. But strategically seeing the bigger picture and it’s potential for financial freedom Dial Tone knows that it’s just a matter of time before he’s on Tones Beach.
So make sure you buy the album “Tones Beach” by Dial Tone. He takes cash, PayPal, CashApp, and now crypto:
Here are the links to order the album with Crypto.
TONES BEACH DIGITAL DOWNLOAD
TONES BEACH HARD COPY
TONES BEACH BUNDLE
Also go to www.noparkingstudios.com for more info.
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Also here is the lead single "Everyday in Tulsa" just in case your still on the fence.