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Michael Jackson songwriter is selling a portion of royalties as an NFT


Michael Jackson songwriter Gil Cang is auctioning off a portion of his stake in “Whatever Happens” as an NFT. Gil Cang co-wrote the song that features on Jackson’s 2001 album, ‘Invincible’. Presently, he uses the NFT platform, Deliciae, to sell ten percent of the song’s net advertising revenue.

Delicate is famous for selling valuable luxury digital assets. Gil Cang owns 37.5% of the music copyright in this song. Moreover, selling 10% NFT offers a long-term inactive income for the purchaser. In addition, the Whatever Happens song has received more than eight million views on Spotify alone. Thus, if you purchase this NFT, you will have a share of it.

The winner will get memorabilia with the NFT and passive income as well. This consists of a signed, handwritten copy of the song’s lyrics plus a framed platinum disc. The auction starts on March 28. Fans of Michael Jackson and his music can currently bid for it at an online auction on Deliciae.

“I believe the future includes the collapse of all the big art control companies, that are popular,” the songwriter of Michael Jackson said about the NFT auction.

Ultimately, this NFT auction is a significant opportunity for Michael Jackson fans to have a part of this popular artist’s legacy. This NFT by the songwriter of Michael Jackson gives you a direct link to MJ and the opportunity to have his real music.

About Nicolle

She is an Indian Freelance writer. She loves thinking, learning, and writing about all things Web3.

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