• Taiwanese culture goes international! “Only when you work hard will you win” will be released as NFT

  • The band is hoping to recreate its masterpieces through digitalization, not only to protect the precious Taiwanese culture, but also to develop it internationally.

    Singer Keril’s “Only when you work hard will you win” says, “Three parts are destiny and seven parts depend on work, only when you work hard will you win.”

    The lyrics and melody are familiar, and the electronic style is incorporated into the super dynamic song. Soulful singer Keril reinterprets the Taiwanese classic, and “Only when you work hard will you win” will not only become an international version, but also be released as NFT and enter the meta-universe.

    Singer Keril said, “The teacher explained the meaning of the lyrics to me because I don’t speak Taiwanese, then I finally understood what he meant, and I myself thought, wow his lyrics are very meaningful, very interesting also give me motivation, and also give me the positive force to face anything.”

    The new and old versions of the songs are combined and heard through and through. It took nearly a year to design the 3D sculptural animation alone, and the first wave of “Love Spending Will Win” will be released in 10 NFTs, which will be put on the trading platform in batches and open to auction for bids.

    Gima Records founder Chen Weixiang said, “After 30 years of being a record company and more than 3,000 songs in it, the one song selected is why I have a fondness for this song, because his lyrics are so classic.”

    NFT Asset Management co-founder Li Jun Huang said, “A more important mission is to say that I not only want to rescue the Taiwanese language through the release of NFT in Taiwanese, but I also have the intention to develop the Taiwanese golden songs to the meta-universe and to Mars.”

    As a former Taiwanese diva, Chen Wei-xiang has also chosen his next target, hoping to recreate his golden hits digitally through NFT, not only to preserve the precious Taiwanese culture, but also to develop it internationally.

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