Today, an NFT band performed with Kiesza on The Ellen Degeneres Show! The MilkyWay Pirates are the first non-traditional rock band to perform on a major daytime talk program.
Pirates of the Milky Way
The members of the MilkyWay Pirates band seemed to be colorful and hairy humanoids. After Kiesza’s science fiction story “SziFi,” they’ve been called “Fooboos.”
To dance, the NFTs use “Meta Moves.” In blockchain-based metaverses, these strategies function. The NFT designs were created by Luke Didlo, who previously developed the 3D graphics for Meta and Chris Brown’s albums.
Musicians, dancers, and choreographers may benefit from NFTs.
NFTs are a fresh and powerful means for artists to build their own path, according to Kiesza:
“The music industry was set up in a way that never looked out for musicians’ best interests. Musicians have always had to fight for their rights to make it a better place for them. But the NFT space is new and musicians can come into this new space and make a change before it’s too late.”
Didlo told Decrypt: “I’ve chatted with dancers who are sick of their routines being stolen and used by other performers, who can now claim digital ownership over a series of moves or routines using NFTs. Imagine owning the original Moonwalk, or the famous Thriller routine.”
NFTs, according to Didlo, are a method for choreographers and dancers to take ownership of their routines. They may seek royalties from them using NFTs, he claimed.
Dancers who are tired of their routines being stolen and used by other performers may now use NFTs to claim digital ownership of a sequence of moves or routines, according to Didlo. Own the original Thriller or Moonwalk routine.
NFTs have already been shown on television. On Jimmy Fallon’s Tonight Show, Paris Hilton debuted her Bored Apes and handed out NFTs. NFTs look to be here to stay.