Country Music Association to release NFT collection for its latest award show

The Country Music Association (CMA) has partnered with the music non-fungible token (NFT) platform Solo Music to drop an NFT collection that celebrates the 55th annual CMA Awards Show.

The CMA Awards brought in over seven million viewers in 2020 and over 11 million the year prior, according to The Hollywood Reporter, making it one of the biggest music awards shows on television. 

The collection will have 1,000 digital art NFTs based on the Polygon Network, according to a release shared with The Block. They’ll each cost $25 and be available on November 12. 

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