HUMBL and award-winning recording artist ‘Monty’ drop media NFT with music, video and merchandise integrations



Miami, Florida, April 12, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — HUMBL, Inc. (OTCQB: HMBL) Monty, a multi-platinum hip-hop artist and co-founder of hip-hop group Remy Boyz, has announced the release of his first NFT on the HUMBL gallery scheduled for April 12, 2022.

The drop reflects a collaboration between HUMBL and Monty to offer an NFT that also grants access to unique experiences and chances to win merchandise and tickets to upcoming shows.

The NFT uses music and video from Remy Boyz’ new track, “The Reunion” and is an exclusive offering through HUMBL, Inc. (OTC Markets: HMBL). All NFTs will be “verified by BLOCKS” to establish the on-chain provenance of the NFT for fans and collectors on the blockchain.

“HUMBL is thrilled to partner with Monty on this groundbreaking initiative,” said HUMBL CEO Brian Foote. “At HUMBL, we believe that blockchain will converge media NFTs, tickets and fan experiences into new forms of engagement between artists and audiences. Today, we are taking another step towards delivering this web reality 3 in the global market.

“It’s our first album from our next album,” Monty said. “This project is so important it couldn’t be released the traditional way, and by partnering with HUMBL, we’re taking art and music to the next level.”

About HUMBL, Inc.

HUMBL is a Web 3 blockchain company with consumer and commercial divisions.


BLOCKS is a decentralized blockchain project that provides real-world blockchain use cases for consumers, businesses, and government.

The “Verified by BLOCKS” service uses blockchain technology to establish on-chain provenance and chain of custody of intellectual property such as NFTs between fans and creators.

BLOCKS, DAO LLC is the first legally registered DAO LLC in the United States, founded in Wyoming. BLOCKS is guided by a decentralized autonomous organization (DAO) of thousands of BLOCKS token holders, as well as a finance committee, marketing committee, community proposals, and voting systems.

About Monty and Remy Boyz

Monty is currently the CEO of imprint and record company Remy Boyz. Beyond Fetty Wap, artists on the imprint include newcomers such as Chaos and Tap. Monty’s rhymes hit first Billboard with the Fetty Wap track and video “679”, featuring verses by Monty. Monty’s harsh vocals and rhymes are a perfect counterpoint to Fetty Wap’s unique delivery of songs on the hook, and the official release in June 2015 saw the single soar to number 4 on the US Billboard Hot 100 chart. charted even higher on the US Rap Songs chart, reaching number 2 and selling over one million copies domestically over the next few months. With the track spurring a number of remixes, the video also proved hugely popular, earning 100 million views on YouTube in its first six months. Monty appeared with The Roots and Fetty Wap on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon in September 2015, performing “679” in front of fans around the world.

Fetty Wap’s follow-up single, “My Way”, again featured Monty’s vocals, which even soared above “679” to number 7 on the Billboard Hot 100 and number one on the Billboard Rhythmic chart. Fans saw Monty featured prominently in the music video, rhyming as he drove a BMW i8 through the streets of Jersey. In September 2015, Monty and Fetty Wap’s collaborative track “My Way” was nominated at the BET Hip Hop Awards for Best Collaboration, Duo or Group.
When Fetty Wap’s debut album was released in late September 2015, Monty’s vocals featured on 9 of the 20 tracks, by far the most guest artists on the album. After the album reached number one on the US Billboard 200, it also performed well overseas, charting at No. 2 on the UK R&B Albums Chart and above No. 15 on the Albums Chart. from countries like Australia. , Canada and Sweden.


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