BAYC Inspired Music Group, KingShip, Made Its Debut In NYC At M&Ms Flagship Store
Bored Ape Yacht Club inspired music group, KingShip, made its debut in the Big Apple today at the M&Ms flagship location.
“If you can make it here You can make it anywhere,” KingShip tweeted along with a video of the music group playing at the M&Ms store. “#KINGSHIPxMMS#NYC @mmschocolate #TimesSquare.”
As the Bored Ape Gazette previously reported, Kingship and M&Ms co-authored a tweet earlier this week and announced their tasty collab!
“The fundamental inspiration for this first-of-its-kind collaboration with M&M'S is rooted in rock 'n' roll lore and legend,” KingShip wrote in a press release. “For decades, rock bands notoriously insisted on tour riders to satisfy talent requests for specific backstage beverages, snacks and accommodations. Mars' iconic candies – including world famous M&M'S, have been included in some of the most discerning requests from some of rock n' roll's most illustrious legends.”
In total, M&M’s sold three different KingShip inspired products.
Each of these products included M&M's with the bandmates faces on them.
"These physical collectible boxes have been created for fans of both KINGSHIP and M&M'S and are only available for a limited time," KingShip's press release said. "Just 4000 have been created in total: The Gold edition, the rarest version, comes in a white and gold foil gift box and includes custom printed candies with KINGSHIP group members Captain, KING, Arnell and Hud in individually numbered boxes from 1 to 100. M&M'S will also produce only 3,900 exclusive celebratory gift boxes in Brown. Additionally, there will be 6,000 gift jars of the candies, available TODAY to fans in the U.S. for a limited time."