Psy.P, a member of the Chinese rap group Higher Brothers, has announced that they have entered the world of NFT. Partnering with award-winning visual artist Aslan Malik to release an NFT music video, the group announced that they will donate some of their NFT proceeds to a charity initiative that supports hospitals and other institutions around the world in the fight against the pandemic.
The NFT music video titled “Phuket” will be released on the NFT platform Marketplace, according to a press release from Club Media LABS. Collectors can choose from five versions of the NFT, which launches at $99.
According to the press release, a portion of the 3,000-printed NFT proceeds will go to Crypto Against COVID, a charity initiative that supports hospitals and other institutions around the world in the fight against the pandemic.
The content in the NFT music video is inspired by Psy.P’s 2019 vacation in Phuket, Thailand. Psy.P and his friends were unable to revisit Phuket, Thailand due to the pandemic, so they decided to include sand, surf and sun in the audio-visual content of the NFT music video.
Thinking that NFTs will bring more opportunities to indie musicians, Psy.P spoke as follows;
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