Michael Jackson songwriter Gil Cang is auctioning a portion of his stake in the artists ‘Whatever Happens’ as an NFT. Gil Cang co-wrote the song which features on Jackson’s 2001 album, ‘Invincible.’ Now, he is using the NFT platform, Deliciae, to sell 10% of the song’s net publishing income.
Delicate is known for selling high-end luxury digital assets. Gil Cang owns 37.5% of the music publishing copyright in the song. Meanwhile, The 10% NFT sale provides the buyer with long-term passive income. What’s more, “Whatever Happens” has over eight million views on Spotify alone. So, if you buy this NFT, you will get a share of that.
The winner will also receive memorabilia, along with the NFT and passive income. This includes a signed, handwritten copy of the song’s lyrics and a framed platinum disc. The auction begins on March 28th. Fans of Michael Jackson and his music can bid for it now in an online auction on Deliciae.
Talking about the NFT auction, the Michael Jackson songwriter said, “I think the future involves the breakdown of all big corporations controlling art forms, which is of interest to people”.
Finally, this NFT auction is a remarkable opportunity for Michael Jackson fans to own a part of the artist’s legacy. This NFT by the Michael Jackson songwriter provides you with a direct link to MJ and a chance to own his music genuinely.