According to the application, submitted to the USPTO on September 16, the world-famous singer aims to provide:
- Crypto collectibles;
- Virtual goods, namely, art, avatars, clothing, headwear, footwear, jewelry, beauty products, and more;
- Musical performances, music concerts, and virtual appearances in the metaverse.
The news was shared earlier today via Twitter by trademark attorney Michael Kondoudis.
Singer Christina Aguilera has filed a trademark application claiming plans for branded— Mike Kondoudis (@KondoudisLaw) September 21, 2022
🎵 NFTs + NFT-Backed Media
🎵 Crypto Collectibles
🎵 Metaverse Entertainment Services
🎵 Virtual Clothing, Jewelry, Beauty Products#NFT #Metaverse #Web3 #Crypto #Xtina #ChristinaAguilera pic.twitter.com/IYs1CIB7jP
Last month, singer Doja Cat collaborated with JBL to launch fruit-themed NFT headphones.
Usher teamed with Rémy Martin in July to offer a limited-edition bottle along with an NFT.
These are only a few of the musicians who have been transported by the NFT trend and metaverse wave, which is projected to transform the actual world and provide fans a more immersive experience with their favorite artists.