“City Pop TOKYO” is an NFT project that was inspired by “City Pop,” a popular music genre in Japan. Together with Entertainment metaverse platform GEMIE (CEO: John Fung), it will hold a talent audition event called “METAVERSE’S GOT TALENT.” “METAVERSE’S GOT TALENT” is a brand-new talent audition project that gives artists a chance to show off their skills in the metaverse and become a metaverse superstar if they win.
“City Pop TOKYO” is an NFT project that is funded by three companies: ASOBISYSTEM (CEO: Yusuke Nakagawa), which has a lot of different artists, Kingdom Labs (CEO: Maurice Ng), a venture studio in Hong Kong, and UPBOND (CEO: Gin Takahashi Mizuoka), which is making a blockchain wallet for Web3 social adoption.
“City Pop TOKYO” is going to release 1984 NFTs based on “City Pop,” a style of music from Japan that is very popular around the world, especially with Gen Z. The characters in the project wear trendy clothes and make-up that are based on Japanese fashion styles like “GAL,” “SHOWA,” and “REIWA.”
Participants must first buy a “City Pop TOKYO” NFT in order to enter “METAVERSE’S GOT TALENT.” Then, people with NFTs can try out for roles in the GEMIE metaverse. The winner will become a virtual idol under ASOBISYSTEM. Their City Pop TOKYO NFT will represent them, and they will start appearing in ads, putting out songs, etc. Other NFT holders from all over the world can get involved in the project in different ways, such as by taking part in audition events in the METAVERSE and voting for the best ones.
The METAVERSE is powered by project partner GEMIE, which is Asia’s leading entertainment metaverse built around fan culture. It acts as the virtual hub to connect celebrities and fans through virtual experiences and utility-focused NFTs. Through the GEMIE metavese, users from all over the world can have a say in how the show is run.
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