Shaabi Singer Hakim Appears Live in First Arab Metaverse
The artist appeared live inside LivaatVerse - the first licensed Arab verse - and experienced various recreations of historic monuments and antiquities.
Shaabi superstar Hakim is embracing the possibilities of the Metaverse, having become the first Arab artist to experience LivaatVerse, the first licensed Arab verse.
The artist appeared live inside LivaatVerse and experienced various recreations of historic monuments and antiquities.
The singer also shared his first NFT artwork with his fans, a digital art piece of his face. The artist is known for popularizing Shaabi music, and blending dance pop into traditional Arab music with hit songs like ‘Habito Nar’ (2008), and ‘Beiny We Beinak Khatwa We Nos’ (2013), and has collaborated with global superstars including James Brown in 2019.
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