Renowned Arab singer, Nancy Ajram will release her new single “Sah Sah” in the metaverse Decentraland on July 8th. The “Nancy Ajram Metaverse Release Party” event will feature world-famous music producer Marshmello as well.
As reported by some sources, the concert will take place at the MetaKey headquarters in DCL, and Everyrealm will host the event. The show starts at 11am PST or 6pm. UTC, and the music and festivities will continue about an hour.
One exclusive aspect of Nancy Ajram’s first metaverse is that users will have the chance to get limited-edition merchandise. To have mentioned item, eager concertgoers have to sign up for a mailing list at Secretecoords.com, a site which guides them to create a MetaMask wallet. No further details are available on the type of limited edition merchandise.
Nancy Ajram is a well-known singer in the Arab world, with hit singles like “Ah W Noss” and “Yay”. As reported in her website, she has sold over 2 million records, making her the third best-selling female artist in Lebanese history. She is the only female sponsor of Coca-Cola in the Middle East.
His collaborator Marshmello, Christopher Comstock, is an electronic music producer and DJ. Organizations have certified his songs as multi-platinum in different countries, some of which are in the top thirty of Billboard’s Hot 100.
Musicians go to Web3
Web 3 has proven to be the perfect platform for many industries, involving finance and sports. But few industries have experienced it as much as music. Below are three examples of musicians engaged with Web3, either metaverse or NFTs.
Singer Jason Derulo lately released an experience in a metaverse. In it, he promised to appear at different locations in the metaverse before hosting an event which reproduced the house featured in one of his music videos. Participants could go inside the Metaverse property and decorate it.
Charli XCX hosted a similar metaverse experience and concert in Roblox. There, the singer asked users to decorate various stages of the performance, and the winners could join Charli XCX on stage for the show. The singer collaborated with Samsung for an appealing part of the experience, which included a digital mobile phone.
Thereafter, Snoop Dogg. The holder of the Bored Ape Yacht Club and CryptoPunks purchased the Death Row label and announced his desire to turn it into an NFT music label. Besides, he has released an album as an NFT and is so active in the NFT community.
It will be exciting to see how Nancy Ajram’s first Metaverse goes, but sure more musicians are moving to Web 3.