Karthik Will Launch India’s 1st Music NFT
CHENNAI (IANS) – India’s first fully curated NFT marketplace, Jupiter Meta, is all set to announce the launch of music NFTs in the country. Singer and composer, Karthik, who is known for his work in Tamil, Telugu and Malayalam films will be making the music NFTs available through his special metaverse solo concert on Apr. 14.
The introduction of music NFTs is a watershed moment, giving musicians ownership rights and allowing them to communicate directly with their fans. These NFTs are intended to greatly benefit the creator by giving them more control over their work. Buyers of these music clips stand to gain both a sense of ownership and financial flexibility.
“The metaverse isn’t just a buzzword anymore. It has real implications and brings actual value to the way we interact with one another and with intangibles such as culture and the sense of community,” said Manasa Rajan, CEO, of Jupiter Meta.
“Music NFTs will give users a specific value and sense of ownership that cannot be replicated, while the concert will bridge the physical divide between artist and fan in a sense and open the doors for more personalized and meaningful conversations outside our reality.”
Expressing joy at being able to connect with his fanbase in a unique way, composer Karthik said: “Doing something like this in the metaverse is beyond imagination! I’m really happy fans get to experience this special moment and own my new songs! It is going to be rocking.”