New World Expands Into Music NFTs and Signs Karl Wolf

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Toronto, Ontario–(Newsfile Corp. – July 29, 2021) – Graph Blockchain Inc. (CSE: GBLC) (OTC Pink: REGRF) (FSE: RT5A) (“Graph” or the “Company“) is pleased to announce that its wholly owned subsidiary New World Inc., the Company’s newest acquisition will be adding music non-fungible tokens (“NFTs”) to its platform when it launches in September 2021.

In addition, the Company is pleased to announce it has signed Toronto musician Karl Wolf to create exclusive NFTs on New World Inc. platform.

Following the recent release of his new album “2AM Vibes” featuring the hit single “Get Away” Karl Wolf plans to expand his talents to excite the senses of his audience through the New World Inc. platform. His NFTs will include his music in collaboration with various digital NFT art.

As a platform, New World leaves the creativity of NFT exhibition to its contributors and collaborators. Wolf is excited to creatively utilise the capabilities of the New World Inc. platform to create unique experiences with his music.






About Karl Wolf

Karl Wolf is a Lebanese-Canadian musician raised in Dubai and based in Toronto. He has been a singer, songwriter, and producer since 2001, part of the pop duo SKY, then released his first solo album Face Behind the Face in 2006 which was nominated at the Canadian JUNO Awards for Best R&B Soul Recording, followed by a second album Bite the Bullet in 2007 which included Karl’s international hit single “Africa” which sold over 1 million units worldwide and spent 8 weeks at #2 on the Billboard CANADIAN HOT 100. “Africa” gained quadruple-platinum status in Canada, reached #1 on iTunes, #1 on AC Radio, #1 on Hot AC Radio and as a result Karl had won a 2008 MTV Europe Music Award.

Karl had followed up this success by releasing chart-topping singles and gold records such as “Carrera”, “Yalla Habibi”, “Mash It Up” feat with hip hop group Three 6 Mafia, “Juicy J” and “Ghetto Love” feat with rapper Kardinal Offishall, which can be found on Wolf’s 2012 album Finally Free. Going back to his R&B roots for his album “Stereotype”, he worked with megastar producer Timbaland on his song “Magic Hotel” amongst some other prominent artists such as Fatman Scoop as well as Canada’s own Classified. In 2015, Karl co-wrote OMI’s “HULA HOOP”.

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