SP Balasubrahmanyam: the latest unreleased song by legendary singer SP Balasubrahmanyam to be auctioned as NFT on Diginoor

Music lovers and fans of legendary singers SP Balasubrahmanyam will have the rare opportunity to own the master’s latest unreleased devotional piece as Indian entertainment NFT platforms Diginoor is set to delete the song’s NFT.

Diginoor, which has the exclusive rights to sell and release the song as NFT, will auction the 30-minute track on April 9th.

This will also be the first time that 51% of the copyrights will be transferred to the buyer, giving the NFT owner the right to make the song available to the general public, adapt it or reproduce it in any way.

The unedited track, which is in Tamil, was the last ever devotional track recorded by SPB a few weeks before his death in September 2020.

The album, titled Vishwaroopa Darisanam, was recorded by SPB in collaboration with the music label symphonic records.

“It is a great joy for us to announce the NFT release of my father’s latest unreleased song,” said SP Charan, director, singer and son of SPB. “We are grateful to Diginoor for creating this NFT and carrying on the legacy of SP Balasubrahmanyam. I hope his fans will enjoy this limited edition NFT. ”

The platform said it has already seen pre-offer deals for the drop in NFT for $ 150,000.

To give fans a preview, Diginoor will release a one-minute trailer of the song on its platform on April 2nd.

Sri Hari, CEO, Symphony Records, said, “We are proud to conceptualize and produce this rare album which is a tribute to his melodious voice that will stay with us forever. Symphony is delighted to partner with Diginoor to launch SPB’s latest song as NFT, giving its fans and music lovers the chance to co-own Sir’s magnum opus and its copyrights.

Six-time winner of the national award and winner of the Padma Vibhushan, SPB’s illustrious career includes over 40,000 songs in 16 languages.

Diginoor is founded by 18-year-old entrepreneurs Shaamil Karim and Yash Rathod based in Chennai, and is backed by Kunal Shah of Cred, Abdul Wahab Al Halabi (former CEO of Dubai Holding), Contrary Capital based in California and Sandeep Nailwal of Polygon.

“As a Tamilian, I am very proud to publish SP Balasubrahmanyam sir’s magnum work on Diginoor solely for his legacy that will live on forever on the blockchain,” said Shaamil Karim, founder and CEO of Diginoor. “This is also the first time in the industry that the NFT will facilitate the transfer of 51% of the copyright of this musical masterpiece to the winning bid.”

Diginoor has partnered with major production houses including Sivaji Productions, Reliance Entertainment, YNOT Productions, AVM Productions and Thenandal Studio for NFT.