On the song “Ostertag”, by Westside Gunn’s Hitler wears Hermès 8: side B, Griselda Records rapper and Syracuse, NY native Stove God Cooks has made his intentions clear for his next album.
“I read your offer, that shit was disgusting,” he rapped. “I could sell my next shit for a million // Only seven copies and I’m dead for real.”
Two months later, that’s exactly what Stove God did.
Today (November 26), aka Black Friday, is the biggest shopping day of the year, and in a brief Instagram post, the “That’s The Game” rapper called it “White Friday,” and included a link in her bio to her online store. In the store, there are three items of clothing (two hoodies and a t-shirt) and a million dollar album.
If these kitchen walls could talk, described as a “vocal painted piece of musical art by Stove God Cooks,” is available on poêlegodstore.com for $ 1,000,000. The website warns that only seven copies of the “musical artwork” are available, so if you’re looking to deposit a million dollars on a Stove God project, you need to act fast.
It’s also not the first time that a rapper has rated his music at such a high level.
Mach-Hommy sold Dump Gawd: Hommy Edition for $ 1,000 on his website, and Nipsey Hussle sold a mixtape, Crenshaw, for $ 100, and another, Money mailbox, for $ 1,000 as well. And with the emerging NFT market and the importance of authenticity and rarity in today’s digital art landscape, selling a record for $ 1,000,000 isn’t as far-fetched as it sounds. It’s not yet clear how that will turn out for Stove God Cooks, but there is precedent for selling music for a price, and a million is just the next step up from what we’ve seen so far. .
What do you think of the sale of Stove God Cooks If these kitchen walls could talk for $ 1,000,000? Let us know in the comments.