The Country Music Association (CMA) has partnered up with the exclusive music NFT platform, Solo Music. The two companies will drop an NFT collection celebrating the 55th annual CMA Awards Show.
The drop will feature 1,000 limited-edition NFT artworks based on the CMA Awards trophy. The collection will be available on the Polygon Network from November 12, with each NFT retailing for $25. By purchasing a CMA NFT, buyers will receive a number perks such as special access to CMA’s digital community, tickets to CMA events, and branded rewards. All net proceeds from the drop will go towards the CMA Foundation, which seeks to create equal opportunities to music education and aid students and teachers across the United States.
“Our mission at CMA is to grow country music globally. By partnering with Solo Music on a CMA Awards NFT, we have the opportunity to reach new audiences, further engage with existing fans and create a whole new digital community,” said Sarah Trahern, CMA chief executive officer. “We could not be more excited about this venture and the opportunity it brings to country music. What a perfect time to launch as we celebrate ‘The 55th Annual CMA Awards!”
Solo Music is an NFT music platform dedicated to creating new opportunities in the music industry for artists, agencies, labels, and publishing companies. The company is bridging the gap between fans and the industry through accessibility to blockchain technology and digital assets.
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