Money B Unveils NFT Track ‘Sit Next to Me’ on Gala Music Featuring Guapdad 4000

Money B Unveils NFT Track ‘Sit Next to Me’ on Gala Music Featuring Guapdad 4000

Hip hop legend Money B has made a significant entry into the world of NFTs with the release of his new track “Sit Next to Me,” featuring Guapdad 4000, on the Gala Music platform. The track, available as a limited edition NFT, marks another milestone in the artist’s illustrious career.

Money B’s NFT Release

According to Gala News, the release is limited to 100 copies and is now available in the Gala Music store. This reward-enabled release offers fans a unique opportunity to own a piece of hip hop history while supplies last.

Fans can also join Money B for an exclusive live event on Gala Music at 5pm PT on Wednesday, June 26th, where he will further engage with his audience.

Money B’s Legacy and Web3 Evolution

Known as Web3 Money B on social media, the artist is a founding member of the multi-platinum, Grammy-nominated hip hop group Digital Underground. His contributions to hip hop include iconic tracks such as “The Humpty Dance,” “Kiss U Back,” and “Same Song,” and he has collaborated with legends like Tupac Shakur.

Money B’s partnership with Gala Music underscores his commitment to embracing new technologies. He noted that his decades-long relationship with Gala Music’s president, Leila Steinberg, reinforces his belief in the platform’s potential. Gala Music allows him to interact directly with fans, gamers, and Web3 users, offering exciting incentives like $MUSIC tokens, exclusive remixes, and other collectibles.

Exclusive Rewards and Future Releases

Tracks on Gala Music paired with an active Jukebox Node are eligible for daily $MUSIC rewards based on platform popularity. By owning “Sit Next to Me,” NFT collectors can share in the track’s success and generate daily rewards.

This release marks the beginning of Money B’s partnership with Gala Music, with more exclusive releases expected in the future. Collectors and fans are encouraged to secure their copy of “Sit Next to Me” while they still can.

For more updates, follow Money B on Twitter and Instagram.

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