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Warner Music Group is collaborating with POAP to provide NFTs


Warner Music Group artist Kevin Gates will present NFTs for fans in favor of POAP. Warner Music Group has revealed that it is collaborating with the proof of Attendance Protocol NFT sponsors. Therefore, the bands will be offering POAPs for Gates’ concert at the Red Rocks Amphitheater in Colorado.

Warner Music Group rewards Kevin Gates’ fans with POAPs

The Kevin Gates POAPs by Warner Music Group will feature the rapper’s main show at the iconic Red Rocks venue. The show is part of Gate’s Khaza tour and will be held on April 16.

“I do not get tired,” said the rapper, who is “anxious, eager but prepared ” for his initial presence in Red Rocks. “Can’t wait for everyone to get their POAPs; thus, we can remember this experience good,” he added.

This collaboration is another example of POAP expanding its reach at important physically events. The attendance protocol has lately created NFTs for the release of musician Oliver Tree’s album. Besides, it has produced POAPs for Adidas, Budweiser, Lollapalooza, and the US Open, among other famous brands.

Likewise, Warner Music Group has been making great strides into Web 3 for several months. For instance, the music giant revealed in January that it was collaborating with The Sandbox metaverse.

POAP is likely to be a greater factor as live music re-emerges in the coming months. POAPs are an increasingly well-known way for artists and brands to reward fans, and also open the door to future fan awards. Surely, Warner Music Group will keep on to use POAPs in the future with its huge list of global artists.

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