A Legendary NFT Collaboration Between Ian Halperin & Kevin Genido

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Made It To 28, a groundbreaking NFT collaboration between artist 93nido (Kevin Genido) and No.1 NY Times bestselling author, musician and award winning film director Ian Halperin, is a powerful digital tribute to five pop music stars who all died at age 27 – Jimi Hendrix, Janis Joplin, Jim Morrison, Kurt Cobain and Amy Winehouse.  The project encompasses an original NFT in tribute to the five music icons, with an original piece of music depicting a haunting, yet inspiring piece that immortalizes the 27 club into the blockchain.  The piece will be tokenized on Foundation – the highly acclaimed digital NFT auction platform.  Made It To 28 will unlock the one and only copy of Halperin's new book – 27 Heaven, an in depth portrayal of the 27 club which includes new evidence of how the five pop stars actually died and dozens of never-before-released interviews with people close to them.  
Only one copy of the book will be printed, going to the winning bid, making it an instant huge collectible.  ​​​​​​​​​​​​​​

This will be the first time a No.1 NY Times bestselling author has ever released only one copy of a book. 

93nido (left) and Halperin (right) at the world renowned Hotel Leblon Breakfast in Medellin, Columbia. 

93nido (Kevin Genido) is a Canadian NFT artist who has sold original art pieces all over the world.  He has been featured in numerous media and turns 28 on July 27, 2021.  ​​​​​​​
No.1 New York Times bestselling author Ian Halperin has written many bestsellers.  He is also a professional saxophone player, and an award-winning filmmaker.  His work was called by The New Yorker “A judicious presentation of explosive material”.  Halperin is very familiar with the 27 club, having written bestselling books about Kurt Cobain and producing a play about the fictitious conversations in heaven between Hendrix, Cobain, Joplin and Morrison. ​​​​​​​
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