The world-famous rapper Tory Lanez released his album as a free download on August 10. When It’s Dark was the “the first-ever music streaming NFT,” according to the creators.
This drop was produced in conjunction with Immersive Entertainment, a division of Vinco Ventures, Inc., which Florida established by David J. Kovacs, and Erik Hicks. Immersive Entertainment is a subsidiary of Vinco Ventures, Inc.
The drop contains seven newly produced tracks by Tory Lanex (Big Dog, Honest, Neighborhood Hero, Not Going Back, X2, and BRAZY NESS, respectively), in addition to seven new artworks by NFT.
The album’s price has been determined to be $1 in addition to any applicable fees.
On August 4, at 5:00 pm, the E-NFT platform will begin accepting pre-orders for Tory’s upcoming album. August 10 marked the beginning of the official launch.
The E-NFT platform is open to pre-orders of Tory’s album and other artists’ works. In addition, users may also publish their creations, like art, photos, and music.
This album is a classic work of timeless art that says a lot about the incredible ability of musical genius Tory Lanez to continuously give fans a pure and unadulterated journey through these one-of-a-kind songs that will seep and leave a lasting imprint on listeners all over the world.
Who Is Tory Lanez?
Tory Lanez, whose real name is Daystar Shemuel Shua Peterson and who was born in Canada on July 27, 1992, is a rapper, singer, songwriter, and record producer. He is known professionally as Tory Lanez.
The mixtape Conflicts of My Soul: The 416 Story, released in August of 2013, was largely responsible for his initial recognition. Through Interscope Records, Tory Lanez signed a contract with record producer Benny Blanco’s Mad Love Records in 2015.
I Told You (2016), Lanez’s first studio album, featured the singles “Say It” and “Luv,” both of which reached the top 19 spots on the Billboard Hot 100. “Say It” reached number 23, and “Luv” reached number 19.
His second and third studio albums, titled Memories Don’t Die and Love Me Now? Respectively, they were both released in the year 2018. On the US Billboard 200, his fourth studio album, Chixtape 5 (2019), reached its highest position at number 2.
His fifth studio album, titled Daystar, was released in 2020. The album arrived at number 10 on the Billboard 200 chart. It featured content deemed controversial due to his responses to allegations that he had shot fellow rapper Megan Thee Stallion earlier that year. In addition to the four Juno Awards he won, Lanez was nominated for a Grammy Award for his song “Luv.”