Megan Thee Stallion’s Hottieverse is groundbreaking! It is the first-ever virtual reality (VR) concert ever! Despite Megan Thee Stallion’s recent drama with Carl Crawford and Tory Lanez, Ms. Tina Snow stays booked and busy!
Megan Thee Stallion’s Hottieverse is only in theaters for a limited time, according to amazevr. Amazer states that it’s an opportunity to “see Megan Thee Stallion up close and personal in Virtual Reality. Bring your friends to this group-interactive, immersive, first-ever VR concert. VR headsets will be provided.”
Meg Thee Stallion made the Hottieverse announcement on her Instagram page on Wednesday, March 23rd. The caption read, “Lol I can’t wait until the hotties get to experience this 😂 if you want to be one of the first to experience a concert in the HOTTIEVERSE click the link in my bio! Hurry while tickets are still there🔥🔥🔥”
This is a major step in the metaverse as Web 3.0 rises to popularity, especially for musicians. Billboard Pro did an article stating that the NFT marketplace is booming (generated $25 billion in sales last year) and shows promise that [Web 3.0] could potentially reshape the industry. There’s even a deep dive section on Billboard Pro to learn about crypto terms and what musicians can expect in the metaverse.
If you’re not sure what “metaverse” means, WIRED has you covered:
“Mentally replace the phrase ‘the metaverse’ in a sentence with ‘cyberspace.’ Ninety percent of the time, the meaning won’t substantially change. That’s because the term doesn’t really refer to any one specific type of technology, but rather a broad shift in how we interact with technology… Broadly speaking, the technologies that make up the metaverse can include virtual reality—characterized by persistent virtual worlds that continue to exist even when you’re not playing—as well as augmented reality that combines aspects of the digital and physical worlds. However, it doesn’t require that those spaces be exclusively accessed via VR or AR. A virtual world, like aspects of Fortnite that can be accessed through PCs, game consoles, and even phones, could be metaversal.”
If you’re unfamiliar with Web 3.0, Forbes breaks it down:
“Web 3.0 is in many ways a return to his original web, where “no permission is needed from a central authority to post anything … there is no central controlling node, and so no single point of failure … and no “kill switch”! The rise of technologies such as distributed ledgers and storage on blockchain [NFTs and cryptocurrency] will allow for data decentralization and create a transparent and secure environment, overtaking Web 2.0’s centralization, surveillance and exploitative advertising. Decentralized infrastructure and application platforms will displace centralized tech giants, and individuals will be able to rightfully own their data.”
Will this replace live concerts in the future? I hope not. But I do know this type of virtual reality is a HUGE opportunity for mainstream and aspiring musicians alike to get a taste of what profitability looks like in the new digital world. Congratulations to Megan Thee Stallion for this huge move in technology and music!
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