Entertainment NFT platform, Diginoor has announced that it will be dropping the unreleased closing tune of the mythical Indian singer, who is overdue for SP Balasubrahmanyam (SPB) as NFT. Diginoor reportedly owns the unique rights to promote and release the tune as NFT. The platform will publicly sell the 30-minute song on April 9. It can even transfer 51% of the copyright to the winner of the public sale.
“It gives us great joy to announce the NFT drop of my father’s last unreleased song,” said SP Charan, SPB’s son and filmmaker. “We are grateful to Diginoor for creating this NFT and for continuing the legacy of Shri SP Balasubrahmanyam. I hope his fans will enjoy this limited edition NFT.”
SP Balasubrahmanyam’s NFT: Everything you want to understand
SP Balasubrahmanyam, a six-time national award winner and winner of India’s beloved singer Padma Vibhushan, kicked the bucket in September 2020. He has sung more than 40,000 songs in 16 languages. He had recorded the unreleased Tamil monitor just weeks before he broke the bucket of similar headaches from COVID-19.Titled ‘Vishwaroopa Darisanam’, SPB recorded the melody in collaboration with the melody label Symphony Records.
Diginoor has now grown from Balasubrahmanyam’s devotional monitor to an NFT. Apparently, the platform has already gotten pre-bid for the NFT on the $150,000 music. Plus, Diginoor may even be releasing a one-minute trailer of the tune on April 2 to give the overdue singer fanatics a sneak peek.
Diginoor is one of several NFT platforms launched in India after the NFT wave. Already a number of Indian movie stars, icons of sports activities, fashion designers and extra have launched their NFTs around the platforms. These come with cricketers Yuvraj Singh† Jhulan Goswamiand Rohit Sharma, and photo stars Amitabh Bachchan and Sunny Leone.