Rihanna Releasing Her Hit Song BBHMM As An NFT

NFT News: The world-famous musician Rihanna’s three Platinum-certified songs “B*TCH Better Have My Money” is coming to the music NFT platform another block. Deputy, the song’s co-producer, is releasing BBHMM as an NFT that will give fans a cut of his streaming royalties. On Thursday, the limited-edition Rihanna NFTs will be unveiled. There is a total of 300 NFTs in the collection overall. However, each of these costs 0.145 ETH, or about $210.


NFT holders will receive royalties for Rihanna’s songs

The NFT holders have access to 0.0033% of the song’s streaming royalties, providing fans with a superior service for streaming. According to Deputy, “as a fan, you develop a particular attachment to an artist or a song. Owning a piece of a song can completely change the way you feel about it. Outside of streaming or attending concerts, it creates an entirely new realm of connectivity.

On its year-end list of the top 50 songs of 2015, Rolling Stone ranked “B**ch Better Have My Money” at number 45. Rihanna, Bibi Bourelly, Deputy, co-producer Kanye West, as well as additional producers Travis Scott and WondaGurl, wrote the song.

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Rihanna will perform at State Farm Stadium in Glendale on 12th Feb

Michel D. Traore, CEO of another block, said that we’re excited to use our drops to help more fans of ground-breaking songs like “BBHMM” connect with their favorite music and show their support for the artists in fresh ways.

The NFT drop is noteworthy because Rihanna will perform as the halftime show’s headlining act on February 12 at State Farm Stadium in Glendale, Arizona. The performer will take the stage during halftime of the Philadelphia Eagles game against the Kansas City Chiefs on Sunday.

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