US based track act, The Crystal Method, is ready to drop their first NFT, within the track video type. It is the first to hit this shape through a significant label. It’s supposed to be the act’s new unmarried act, titled “Watch Me Now,” and it’s set to go public on MakersPlace.
The music video NFT
The NFT via The Crystal Method is set to drop on April twenty-six at 3:30 p.m. PT. The eventual winner of the public sale will even get a limited version animation and an open mobile version of the video.
The authentic video was launched sometime in the last week of April 15 for the music Watch Me Now. It’s a new watch. Furthermore, it combines 2D, 3D, black-and-white and color photos in an animated structure to represent the music once written about Nevada, the home state of the crowd.
Speaking on the project, the act’s member Scott Kirkland mentioned: “My first NFT release is a collaboration with the brilliant animation artist Micah Monkey and will be out on April 26. Micah has created an epic and exciting visual companion for my rousing riff-driven new single, “Watch Me Now” feat Koda & VAAAL. As the lyrics say, ‘This Ain’t No Joke!’”
As discussed so far, the drop takes place on the MakersPlace platform and you can discover a hyperlink to the public sale here.
About the crystal method
The Crystal Method is a Las Vegas-based digital track act. They were formed in the early 1990s through Scott Kirkland and Ken Jordon.
They were pioneers of the massive beat style. Also, their track has impressed in many TV presentations, movies, video games and advertisements.
In 2013, Ken Jordon has to retire due to health concerns. However, Kirkland has continued to deliver and play presentations as a solo project, but has nevertheless adopted the identity of The Crystal Method.