David Bowie's Unreleased Track Drops as Music NFT!
On April 14, 3,003 Music NFT will be launched by a Web3 startup subsidiary known as Gala Music. In which Let’s Dance, an unreleased version of David Bowie is also included.
Let’s Dance is one of the unreleased versions of David Bowie, which has now become a part of the nonfungible tokens (NFTs) limited edition collection. A big announcement was released on Thursday, March 06, that Gala Music is the gala games web3 subsidiary startup, which has now joined publisher Warner Chappell Music and producer Larry Dvoskin.
- Gala Music will launch 3,003 NFTs on April 14, featuring an unreleased version of David Bowie’s “Let’s Dance”.
- Bowie’s estate previously collaborated with OpenSea music NFT marketplace for charity, which drew criticism.
- Each NFT provides exclusive ownership of the co-founded 2002 version of “Let’s Dance”.
- NFT proceeds benefit MusiCares and celebrates the song’s 40th anniversary.
- NFTs now encompass music and film, showcasing the integration of these industries with blockchain technology.
They aim to unveil David Bowie’s 1983 track. The unreleased version, let’s Dance, is included in the NFT’s limited edition collection. David is one of the famous names known for their creative discography.
His lifetime music career includes 27 studio albums, 11 live albums, four soundtracks, and 128 singles. However, after us despite David passing in 2016, this famous singer and songwriter still have an unreleased song that anyone hears.
That is why on April 14, Gala Music decided to launch this soundtrack. It will be released with a 3,003 NFTs album, showcasing David’s unreleased artwork. Although the original version of Let’s Dance was released about four decades ago.
Dvoskin co-founded this song in 2002, so each NFT will provide its owners with the exclusive unreleased version of this song.
Gala Music also shared a statement on Twitter in which they said:
Put on your red shoes and dance to the blues!
To celebrate the 40th anniversary of ‘Let’s Dance,’ we’re releasing a never before heard version of #DavidBowie’s iconic track with proceeds donated to @MusiCares.
In this tweet, they also share the Let’s Dance song link with the #BowieForever and #ABetterWayToPlay.
Bowie will be having a release in the upcoming week, and this isn’t the first time his estate has ventured into blockchain technology. In September 2022, a collaboration of the Bowie estate was released with OpenSea music NFT marketplace in which the music NFT platform released a collection called “Bowie on the blockchain.
It was generally to raise charity funds. However, Bowie’s supporters criticized this collection as they said that the foray into blockchain contradicts the artist’s beliefs and principles.
Web3 gaming initiative is the platform known for the creations like Play-to-earn crypto and NFT games for its developers. This platform recognizes and Gala game. But now, NFT has become a vast platform that includes music and films.