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Latin Grammy Launches Free NFT Collection

Latin Academy of RecordingTMannounced that Mexican muralist Juan “Quetzal” Fuerte was chosen as the official artist on the 23rd.TheAnnual Latin GRAMMY Awards®, which will take place on November 17, in Las Vegas (USA). Quetzal’s work will be featured in accompanying materials and as an exclusive NFT before and during the 23rd Annual Latin GRAMMY Awards.

In partnership with OneOf, the leading Web3 platform for music, lifestyle brands and sports, The Latin Recording Academy will present the first collection of NFTs related to the 23rd Annual Latin GRAMMY Awards with a seriesDropscelebrating Latin music through a collection of NFTs that will debut with Quetzal’s artwork. The first NFT in the series is available for free on the OneOf website for fans of the Latin GRAMMY Awards. Users who request free NFT will be unlockedair dropsexclusive content from 23TheAnnual Latin GRAMMY Awards.

Bringing a different approach to this year’s official Latin GRAMMY art, the mural created by Quetzal for the Academy reflects his distinctive artistic style blending everything into a unique perspective that captures the energy of Latin music through the use of color. The mural is on display in Morelia, Mexico, and a sister piece will soon be created for the GRAMMY Museum.® in Los Angeles in November in an effort to provide access to local art and enthusiasm for the upcoming Latino GRAMMYs. Quetzal Fuerte says:

“I am grateful to the Latin Recording Academy for inviting me to cross a new frontier together by creating this mural in Morelia. Art is food for the soul, whether visual or aural, and through this work we have the opportunity to impact and transform the lives of those who see it here, locally or digitally, sowing the seeds of thought and emotion that we hope will inspire the future. creators”.

The Latin Recording Academy is proud to continue its tradition of supporting up-and-coming artists like Quetzal, whose vision so brilliantly captures the essence of our 23The Annual Latin GRAMMY Awards,” he said Manuel Abud, executive director of the Latin Recording Academy. According to him:

“Their free murals and accompanying NFT mark a series of firsts for us at Latin Academy as we bridge the gap between music and visual art to make both accessible to fans around the world.”

For the official art of the 23rd Annual Latin American GRAMMY Awards and accompanying mural, the artist depicts an array of musical instruments to illustrate the multifaceted Latino experience through the juxtaposition of light and dark colors.

Quetzal Fuerte describes himself as an urban acupuncturist. Instead of needles, he uses a paintbrush to heal pressure points in cities, covering empty spaces with colorful, allusive art that depicts the ups and downs of modern life while providing residents with moments of respite. q

For a chance to join and get your NFT, visit the Latin GRAMMY page on the OneOf platform. Use of art from the 23rd Annual Latin GRAMMY Awards requires the express written permission of the Latin Recording Academy. Send requests to the contact email.

The Latin Academy will present the 23rd Annual Latin American GRAMMY Awards on Thursday, November 17, 2022 at the Michelob ULTRA Arena at the Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino in Las Vegas. The show will be broadcast live on Univision beginning at 8:00 PM ET. For broadcast times in other countries, please refer to local guides.

For more information and the latest news, visit the official website of the Latin Recording Academy at the official website. Follow us on Facebook (LatinGRAMMYs), Twitter (@LatinGRAMMYs) or Instagram (@LatinGRAMMYs) and use #LatinGRAMMY on all popular social media platforms.

Manuel Abudexecutive director of the Latin Recording Academy, says:

“The Latin Recording Academy is proud to continue its tradition of supporting rising artists like Quetzal, whose vision so brilliantly captures the essence of our 23The Annual Latin GRAMMY Awards. Their free murals and accompanying NFT mark a series of firsts for us at Latin Academy as we bridge the gap between music and visual art to make both accessible to fans around the world.”

For the official art of the 23rd Annual Latin American GRAMMY Awards and accompanying mural, the artist depicts an array of musical instruments to illustrate the multifaceted Latino experience through a juxtaposition of light and dark colors.

Quetzal Fuerte describes himself as an urban acupuncturist. Instead of needles, he uses a paintbrush to heal pressure points in cities, covering empty spaces with colorful, allusive art that depicts the ups and downs of modern life while providing residents with moments of respite. q

For a chance to join and get your NFT, visit the Latin GRAMMY page on the OneOf platform.

Use of art from the 23rd Annual Latin GRAMMY Awards requires the express written permission of the Latin Recording Academy. Send requests to the contact email.

The Latin Academy will present the 23rd Annual Latin American GRAMMY Awards on Thursday, November 17, 2022 at the Michelob ULTRA Arena at the Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino in Las Vegas. The show will be broadcast live on Univision beginning at 8:00 PM ET. For broadcast times in other countries, please refer to local guides.

For the official art of the 23rd Annual Latin American GRAMMY Awards and accompanying mural, the artist depicts an array of musical instruments to illustrate the multifaceted Latino experience through the juxtaposition of light and dark colors.

Quetzal Fuerte describes himself as an urban acupuncturist. Instead of needles, he uses a paintbrush to heal pressure points in cities, covering empty spaces with colorful, allusive art that depicts the ups and downs of modern life while providing residents with moments of respite. q

For a chance to join and get your NFT, visit the Latin GRAMMY page on the OneOf platform. Use of art from the 23rd Annual Latin GRAMMY Awards requires the express written permission of the Latin Recording Academy. Send requests to the contact email.

The Latin Academy will present the 23rd Annual Latin American GRAMMY Awards on Thursday, November 17, 2022 at the Michelob ULTRA Arena at the Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino in Las Vegas. The show will be broadcast live on Univision beginning at 8:00 PM ET. For broadcast times in other countries, please refer to local guides.

For more information and the latest news, visit the official website of the Latin Recording Academy at the official website. Follow us on Facebook (LatinGRAMMYs), Twitter (@LatinGRAMMYs) or Instagram (@LatinGRAMMYs) and use #LatinGRAMMY on all popular social media platforms.
 

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