Gala Music, a subsidiary of Gala Games, is set to launch NFTs covering an unreleased version of David Bowie’s hit song titled ‘’Let’s Dance’’ on April 14! The NFTs will hold a more electronic version of the song which was co-produced by Bowie and Larry Dvoskin in 2002.
Gala Music partnered with Larry Dvoskin and Warner Chappell Music for the amazing NFT sale. The sale will cover 3,003 David Bowie-inspired NFTs depending on a pay-what-you-want basis. The revenue from the NFT sale will go to Music Cares that is a non-profit organization supporting musicians.
Dvoskin shared that the Bowie Estate Executor had initially planned to pass on releasing the NFT, but he changed his mind after viewing the original 2002 email from David Bowie expressing his enthusiasm for the recording.
The Bowie Estate Executor stated that this was a creative endeavor that Bowie never got to see released during his lifetime and that they were honoring his wishes by releasing it now.
The partnerships of Gala Music show that music can be covered by the NFT space. The NFTs of an unreleased song by David Bowie are not the only examples of the coverage.
We encounter the continuous enthusiasm of Snoop Dogg for the NFT space and cryptocurrencies. He shows his enthusiasm with music NFTs; for instance, Dogg released a music video with Clay Nation, which is an NFT project featuring 10000 digital assets, and Champ Medici.
In addition to Snoop Dogg, AR Rahman shows his interest in the NFT space by launching a music-based NFT marketplace. With the popular names from the music industry, popular metaverse platforms show their desire to build a bridge between NFTs and music. For example, Decentraland organized Metaverse Music Festival which involved Ozzy Osbourne, Soulja Boy, and so on in 2022.
When you think about these examples, you can understand that the music sector is considered in the NFT space.
Now, it is time to wait for David Bowie’s precious NFTs!