UPDATE: In a Clubhouse room, it’s been confirmed by BloodPop’s manager that BloodPop is involved with this release. We’re assuming that this means he’s the one who wrote the song, produced it, or co-produced/co-wrote it.
The latest to get involved in the NFT craze is none other than tech giant Elon Musk. He’s also coming in via the music angle, as he’s announced that he’s selling a song about NFTs as an NFT. Considering how much Elon Musk likes to be a troll on the internet, this one is obviously a bit tongue-in-cheeky, but this could very well instigate a high-stakes bidding war to digitally own something created by the world’s second richest person.
He shared a clip of the piece on Twitter, which reveals the full 2+ minute audio track, along with some animated visuals. The song is a standard, high-energy tech house track that has vocals that repeat “NFT.” While many artists are getting involved in this space as a means to add value to their art, Elon seems just to be having a bit of fun here, which we can’t fully knock him for.
Last year, Elon Musk released a song he made called “Don’t Doubt Ur Vibe.”
You can check out the art and the track below. Details on when the NFT will be minted and auctioned off however, have yet to be announced.
I’m selling this song about NFTs as an NFT pic.twitter.com/B4EZLlesPx
— Elon Musk (@elonmusk) March 15, 2021