Rihanna releases her song “B*TCH Better Have My Money” as NFT

Rihanna’s song “B*TCH Better Have My Money” is coming to the Anotherblock music NFT platform. Deputy, the song’s co-producer, releases BBHMM as an NFT that will give fans a share of her streaming royalties. On Thursday, Rihanna’s limited edition NFTs will be unveiled. The collection has a total of 300 NFTs. However, each one costs 0.145 ETH, or about $210.

NFT holders will receive royalties for Rihanna songs

NFT holders have access to 0.0033% of the song’s streaming royalties, offering fans a superior service for streaming. According to Deputy, “as a fan, you develop a special attachment to an artist or song. Owning a piece of a song can completely change the way you feel about it. Outside of streaming or concerts, this creates a whole new realm of connectivity.

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In its year-end list of the 50 best songs of 2015, Rolling Stone ranked “B**ch Better Have My Money” at #45. Rihanna, Bibi Bourelly, Deputy, co-producer Kanye West, and additional producers Travis Scott and WondaGurl wrote the song.

Rihanna to perform at State Farm Stadium in Glendale on Feb. 12

Michel D. Traore, CEO of Another Block, said, “We’re excited to use our drops to help more fans of groundbreaking songs like “BBHMM” connect with their favorite music and show their support for the artists in new ways.

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The NFT drop is notable because Rihanna will headline the halftime show on Feb. 12 at State Farm Stadium in Glendale, Ariz. The artist will take the stage at halftime of the Philadelphia Eagles vs. Kansas City Chiefs game on Sunday.

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