Unreleased Whitney Houston Recording Is Set To Be Auctioned Off As An NFT

Quincy Jones' OneOf platform is involved

Music Business Worldwide reports that an exclusive Whitney Houston NFT collection will be sold via the Non-fungible token (NFT) platform OneOf. The platform is owned by renowned producer/composer/musician Quincy Jones.

The exclusive collection includes an early unreleased full-length song demo recording that Houston made at age 17.

Described as a OneOf One Iconic item, the recording will be auctioned in December 2021, with auction details revealed on December 1 at OneOf.world, a two-day immersive art, music, and NFT experience during Miami Art Week.

The platform was co-founded by tech entrepreneur Lin Dai, digital media executive Joshua James, and music industry veteran Adam Fell, in partnership with Quincy Jones and Quincy Jones Productions.

According to OneOf, the winner of the auction will have personal access to this recording in their ‘OneOf Vault’ along with a digital video created by breakout 17-year-old artist Diana Sinclair.

Proceeds from the sales of the collection will go to the non-profit Whitney E. Houston Foundation.

The Whitney Houston OneOf collection also includes thousands of fixed-price NFTs, including archival photos from Houston’s early life and career.

“I’m excited to see Whitney’s legacy and her wonderful music expand into the bold new technology of this era,” said Pat Houston (Executor, Estate of Whitney E. Houston).

“It was a joy partnering with 17-year-old Diana Sinclair and watching the artistry of Whitney’s music influence a new generation.”

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