RECORDS Nashville Platinum-selling artist Matt Stell is making his mark on the metaverse with his debut, limited-edition NFT. Offering exclusive content only available to a few lucky fans, Matt is working with Fanpage LLC, proprietor of the polygon driven NFT platform, to bring you into the metaverse with his first ever NFT, “Sex, Drugs, & Country Music.” This animated design – this first in a series Matt is making available — is a nod to the country legends who were about Saturday night as much as they were Sunday morning.
In only three years, Matt has quickly made his mark on country music, accumulating more than 560 million music streams across his catalog, including back-to-back No. 1s “Prayed For You” and “Everywhere But On.” Matt’s first-ever NFT release allows his dedicated and ever-growing fanbase to unlock exclusive content and connect with Matt in an entirely new way. Four limited edition NFTs, with varying levels of exclusivity will be released today on Fanpage.com.
“This was one of our favorite pieces to work on yet” said Scott Berman, Fanpage Chief Creative Officer. “It reminds me of some of my favorite old concert t-shirts, but with the NFT the graphic comes to life and never fades.” Matt’s debut NFT will be minted on the polygon blockchain, a climate sustainable blockchain which is over 99.9% more carbon efficient than Ethereum.
This limited edition NFT is a rare opportunity to own a piece of history, and you don’t want to miss it. In appreciation of his fans, Matt is giving away 500 free collectible NFTs to the first fans to claim with the promo code: msdrop.
Fanpage is a boutique NFT platform for Music Artists, Athletes, Brands and Influencers, with a mission to bring NFTs to the masses. The company works hand-in-hand with Creators from design and creation to pricing, inventory and roll-out strategy. Fanpage then provides its Creators with the tools to sell their NFTs directly to their fans using a simple credit card transaction, while also catering to NFT enthusiasts by allowing Fanpage NFTs to be transferred and resold on third-party marketplaces. To learn more, contact Fanpage at email@example.com or visit fanpage.com.
About Matt Stell:
In only the last three years, “versatile” (Billboard) artist Matt Stell has quickly made his mark on country music, amassing more than 560 Million music streams across his catalog, including back-to-back No. 1s “Prayed For You” and “Everywhere But On” along with fan favorites “Boyfriend Season” and “That Ain’t Me No More.” He has since made his Opry debut and performed on “Good Morning America,” “The Kelly Clarkson Show,” “The Late Show with Stephen Colbert’s” #LateShowMeMusic digital series, “Bachelor In Paradise” and sung the national anthem for NASCAR and NFL events. He launched his Give A Damn Foundation, kicked-off his hugely successful 8-week Instagram-live series, Penned Up, and was the first-ever artist to receive a virtual plaque from the RIAA for “Prayed For You,” an ASCAP Pop and Country most-performed song awards winner. In 2020 he released his new EP, Better Than That, the follow up to 2019’s Everywhere But On, and is prepping a new project for 2022.
The 6’7” Arkansas native has come a long way from playing college basketball for Drury University and making the choice to head to Nashville instead of Cambridge, MA where he was accepted into Harvard University’s Extension School Pre-Med program. Following his dream of writing and performing, the self-taught vocalist and guitar-player made the move to Music City in 2014, landing a publishing and management deal with Wide Open Music and a record deal with music industry powerhouse Barry Weiss’ RECORDS Nashville. Stell has received “Ones To Watch” shout-outs from multiple partners, including Vevo DSCVR, MusicRow’s Next Big Thing, CMT Discovery Artist, YouTube Music Artist on the Rise and more.https://www.countryschatter.com/2022/03/matt-stell-soars-into-the-metaverse-with-debut-collectible-nft/New ReleasesPress Release"Better Than That","eVERYWHERE bUT oN","pRAYED fOR yOU","that Aint Me No More:,facebook,Matt Stell