From Labels to NFT: How to Go Viral in a Tokenized Spaceby@emilangervall
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From Labels to NFT: How to Go Viral in a Tokenized Space

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For DJs, content creators, music producers, rappers, and singers, the internet has been both a blessing and a curse. The internet has given rise to a new breed of musician – the bedroom producer. With the advent of Web 3.0 technology, both newcomers and seasoned creators are discovering new ways to earn money and broadcast their music via innovative platforms. More artists are turning to blockchain to release and monetize their music. Emery Kelly's "Some Emotions" will later be included on his album "Gotta Know" using the key element as a key element.

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Corite is a platform that allows fans to invest in an artist’s song in exchange for a portion of the streaming revenue.


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