Unreleased Version of David Bowie’s ‘Let’s Dance’ to be Released as NFT for Charity
David Bowie fans, get ready to break out your wallets for a great cause! An unreleased version of one of Bowie’s classic songs, “Let’s Dance,” is set to be released as a non-fungible token (NFT) for charity.
The rare recording, featuring an extended edit of the song, was originally produced by Bowie’s longtime collaborator, Nile Rodgers. It will be sold through Nifty Gateway on April 11th, with all proceeds going to benefit the LGBTQ advocacy group, the It Gets Better Project.
The release of this unique version of “Let’s Dance” is part of a larger NFT auction that will feature work from a variety of artists. The event, called “Nifty Gateway Drops,” will also see contributions from artists like Grimes, 3LAU, and Trevor Jones, among others.
If you’re not familiar with NFTs, they’re essentially digital collectibles that use blockchain technology to verify their authenticity and ownership. They’ve become increasingly popular in recent months, with artists and musicians using them as a way to monetize their work in a new and innovative way.
As for the unreleased version of “Let’s Dance,” this will no doubt be a highly coveted NFT for Bowie fans and collectors alike. Not only is it a rare and unique recording, but it also benefits a great cause.
So mark your calendars for April 11th and get ready to bid on this one-of-a-kind piece of music history!