Dubbed Decentraland’s Metaverse Music Festival, the LimeWire stage hosted a slew of great artists last week including Big Draco, Blake, TyTy, Quincy, EscapePlan, and Lil Bitcoin.
Seventeen artists took to the stage over the course of four days, and LimeWire also provided digital products to attendees, including digital sneakers and eyewear.
The festival’s main stage also hosted a luxurious VIP area for those who own LimeWire’s original NFT’s, which Soulja Boy helped the company launch in July.
LimeWire has announced plans to relaunch it as music oriented NFT (Non-Fungible Token) earlier in 2022, which will allow users to “explore, collect and trade unique digital collectibles”. Soulja Boy supported the company’s comeback By reposting their latest commercial on social media.
The entire 60-second soundtrack was credited with Draco’s 2007 hit song “Crank That (Soulja Boy),” which was one of the most downloaded songs on the platform by the Recording Industry Association of America shut it down After a lawsuit in 2010.
A New York federal court ruled after a four-year legal battle that the site had knowingly caused “enormous scope of infringement” by allowing thousands of copyrighted works to be shared by its 50 million monthly users.
In March 2022, Austrian entrepreneurs and brothers Julian and Paul Zeitmeier acquired the LimeWire naming rights to relaunch the platform as a “ready digital collectibles marketplace for art and entertainment, initially focused on music.”
While Soulja has shown full support for LimeWire’s revival, it seems Support for Twitter dwindling after Elon Musk’s takeover of the company in October. Draco took to Twitter last week to post the new CEO, and said he plans to launch his own social media app as a result.
“Now you can pay just to be verified? Twitter is destroyed,” Soulja Boy said. “Bro leave twitter alone @elonmusk wtf do you.”
He continued, “Wow.. I can’t believe this. Damn, I’m going to make my own app. Bye Twitter.” [Peace sign finger emoji] Hold me on Instagram until my app is up and running.”