André Anjos

André Anjos

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1985 - present

André Allen Anjos, better known by his stage name RAC, is a Grammy award winning recording artist who has created more than 200 remixes in the rock, electronica, and dance music genres for various music artists, with his work featured in ads from Citigroup and Hulu, among others. RAC has been at the forefront of the Ethereum scene for years, and has become a leading voice in the revolution of digital ownership. RAC has collaborated with a number of familiar artists on ‘EGO,’ the first album that can be bought on the ethereum blockchain. To release EGO, RAC partnered with Ujo Music, a platform owned by Consensys, the largest ethereum development company.


  • Anjos' history with NFTs dates back to 2017, when he released his album EGO on the Ethereum network using Ujo Music, where fans could purchase his content.

  • He got an early jump on the NFT market when he released his album BOY on cassette, available only by buying the $TAPE token.

  • The $TAPE token hit nearly $13,000, breaking a record by Prince for the most expensive cassette ever.

  • In 2020, he announced $RAC, a community token to be powered by Ethereum-based, limited-edition goods marketplace Zora.



  • RAC was nominated for a Grammy Award for Say My Name (Odesza featuring Zyra) in 2016.

  • RAC played a major role in the production of Linkin Park's seventh studio album One More Light.

  • His remix of Bob Moses' "Tearing Me Up" won Best Remixed Recording, Non-Classical at the 59th Annual Grammy Awards in 2017.

  • The live, five-piece touring act has been featured at the Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival, Firefly Music Festival, Bumbershoot, Corona Capital music festival and Lollapalooza music festival.

  • RAC has remixed artists such as Kings of Leon, Lana Del Rey, Yeah Yeah Yeahs, Edward Sharpe, Death Cab For Cutie, Phoenix, Foster The People, Linkin Park, Two Door Cinema Club, Bob Marley, U2, Ella Fitzgerald, New Order, Lady Gaga, Odesza, and Washed Out.