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RCRDSHP Creates Artist and Label-Centered Storefronts


RCRDSHP’s labels and artists can now unite their RCRDSHP NFT projects in one place and promote them directly to their fans and to the music NFT community at large, thanks to Storefronts.

Storefronts will unlock discovery and give artists and labels, new ways to present all their RCRDSHP projects in a single, easy-to-find spot, much the way Bandcamp does for legacy music formats.

With Storefronts, a Disco Fries fan, for example, can do a simple text search on RCRDSHP and find the Fries’ storefront. They can see everything Disco Fries has on RCRDSHP’s Secondary Market, any new Drops or Campaigns that are running, and all Fan leaderboards. They can also access audio snippets of music dropped on the platform. Fans can buy NFTs, share, research, or jump into a fun challenge right from there. Creators can promote Storefronts directly, giving them more opportunities to onboard music fans to their projects in an environment they control.

Following successful trials over the last few weeks with partners including Disco Fries, Magic Music and Codex, RCRDSHP will be opening up Storefronts to the entire roster of nearly 200 signed partners across the second half of 2022.

Storefronts allow artists and labels, direct access to the RCRDSHP platform with a curated music NFT and digital collectible store they control. Through direct NFT minting, control of pricing, and new promotional tools, Storefronts enable partners to design and run their own challenges and reward programs. They give creators new ways to reward fandom for their communities.

Artists, labels, festivals, and other content partners can manage their Storefronts via the RCRDSHP Creator Suite. This portal has already inspired a striking amount of NFT innovation, as creators set up direct-to-fan NFT sales hubs, run their own drops, and try new interactive approaches, such as minting 1-of-1 NFTs that let fans contribute to curation decisions and share in the revenue.

RCRDSHP wants web3 tech to benefit artists and to excite music fans, even about to buy their first NFT. “Storefronts is the latest example of our core value, to make music valuable and give more power to artists and fans,” says Obie Fernandez, CEO and co-founder. “We are hoping our latest tools and innovations spur industry-wide impact and drive adoption of web3. New features like Storefronts are part of our bigger mission to reward fans and build a sustainable ecosystem for artists.”

Check out RCRDSHP at https://app.rcrdshp.com/

Grahame Farmer

Grahame Farmer’s love affair with electronic music goes back to the mid-90s when he first began to venture into the UK’s beloved rave culture, finding himself interlaced with some of the country’s most seminal club spaces. A trip to dance music’s anointed holy ground of Ibiza in 1997 then cemented his sense of purpose and laid the foundations for what was to come over the next few decades of his marriage to the music industry.

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