John Legend Opens the Door to Artists and Fans With New NFT Platform ‘OurSong’

‘OurSong’ is made for musicians and entertainers to “turn stories, music, photography and any kind of art into NFT trading cards called Vibes.”

Another musician has  joined the NFT mania. R&B icon John Legend is the co-founder and chief impact officer at brand new ‘Our Happy Company,’ which, on the 2nd of February, launched a new social NFT platform called ‘OurSong’.

OurSong‘ was designed to enable musicians and entertainers to “turn stories, music, photography and all kinds of art into NFT trading cards called ‘Vibes‘.” Primarily, OurSong allows users to mint and buy NFTs – but without the hassle. On the platform, artists are able to monetize their work through NFTs, and Legend’s mission is to attract creatives and fans alike to the platform.


Legend said that emerging artists who share their art with the world often face issues with making money with their creativity. ‘OurSong’ will create more opportunities for these creators, and showcase an innovative platform to a range of audiences.

“NFTs hold so much promise in ushering in the next generation of singers, songwriters, photographers, artists, and more. I helped found OurSong because I believe NFTs can change the way creators are discovered, improve how they serve their biggest fans, and reshape the industry as a whole. That starts with building a platform that serves all creators, whether they have one hundred fans or one hundred thousand,”

Legend shared, explaining his passion for NFTs.

Legend is working on the platform with prominent tech specialists, such as Kevin Lin, co-founder of Twitch, and Chris Lin, CEO of digital music service KKBOX.

The ‘OurSong’ mobile app is available in English, Traditional Chinese, Bahasa Indonesia, and Japanese on the App Store and Google Play.


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