Friz of Soul Launches the First NFT Project to Fund A Music Tour

Friz of Soul is an artist who has gained attention in the field of music and NFT crossover. He is one of thirty-three artists featured on the Audius blockchain streaming platform alongside notable names such as Skrillex, Rezz, Kayzo, Zeds Dead, RAC, Mr. Carmack and Zedd to name a few. . He grew his audience on the Audius platform to over 13,000, making him one of the most followed artists on any blockchain streaming platform today.

Friz of Soul’s journey did not begin in NFT space. Over the past few years, this Los Angeles-based artist has gained traction playing notable Southern California clubs such as Avalon, The Globe Theater and Exchange LA. Friz of Soul recently released their debut album, “Wide Awake”, house and techno focused productions with dreamy layered vocals as their signature.

What’s next for this rising artist? After selling their first NFT for $10,000, Friz of Soul is launching the Wide Awake Project which will be the first NFT project to fully fund a music tour. The sale will be a collection of 777 NFTs centered around the art and music of his album Wide Awake. Through a self-funded tour, Friz of Soul promises consistent tour video content giving supporters insight into what their funding is creating. β€œI want to show how supportive the NFT community is and show upcoming artists that there is this new technology that allows independent artists to become self-sufficient and fund ambitious projects,” says Friz of Soul. Holders of the Wide Awake NFT will also have access to an exclusive community, airdrops, early access to his future projects, and will have their names displayed on his tour visuals.

Be on the lookout for the upcoming Wide Awake public sale on January 22. For early access and a preview of the project, you can join Friz of Soul’s Discord.

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