Good news for music and NFT fans; Warner Music Group has announced that its magnificent roster of globe-spanning artists will soon debut their work as NFTs. This is thanks to a new partnership signed with LGND Music, a Polygon-based NFT marketplace.
Music Coming to the Metaverse
As per reports, this partnership will come to fruition in January 2023 and with it, fans will be able to access both songs and digital collectables from their favorite artists.
Ready to experience the future of music? Build your collection, engage with your favorite artists, and discover new music. With LGND Music, you can purchase or play any music #NFT, from any platform. Be the first to experience #LGNDMusic. Coming Jan. 2023. https://t.co/TygYOEFoN0 pic.twitter.com/yuMWJMbd37
— LGND Music (@Lgnd_Music) December 5, 2022
These will be available on both mobile and desktop, and while Warner Music has not confirmed which artists will be releasing projects on the platform, there is some speculation among fans. Keep in mind that Warner Music is home to such chart-topping artists as Ed Sheeran and Coldplay so needless to say, they will not be in want of talent.
The LGND platform has mainstream adoption as one of its core goals, therefore promoting the idea of users managing their collections on its own ecosystem. However, it has also revealed that fans can connect their self-custody wallets to the site if they want take personal control over their assets.
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