- Rahman shared the clip across his various social media platforms with a witty remark.
- The famous artist is opening doors for other musicians just starting out.
AR Rahman, a world-famous musician and music director, turned 56 on Friday. On the occasion of his birthday party, Oscar-winning composer AR Rahman announced the release of his metaverse platform “Katraar.” Moreover, he shared the clip across his various social media platforms with a witty remark.
The famous artist is opening doors for other musicians just starting out. But his online music store is where artists can post their songs and start making money right now. Some of Rahman’s own original compositions will also be made accessible on the Katraar service.
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Many masterpieces from other cultures will eventually be available on this Metaverse platform. The Hedera Network platform is being developed in conjunction with the HBAR foundation and will be made accessible there.
Rahman’s talents in music and his worldwide partnerships have earned him widespread fame. Rahman came to the attention of director Mani Ratnam, who hired him to score the Tamil film “Roja.” After that, he was involved in both Bombay and Dil Se. As a result of his efforts, he won two Academy Awards. In addition to the Padma Bhushan, he has won six national film honors.
Tamil singer Karthik, who will perform in the metaverse, has already announced India’s first music NFTs. On April 14, Karthik unveiled the musical NFTs that he’d envisioned as part of his “metaverse” idea. Jupiter Meta, one of India’s earliest NFT marketplaces, would provide listing services for NFTs.
With NFT, musicians can finally control their work and connect with their fans directly; this is a game-changer for the music industry.
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