Daler Mehndi, the man who literally rocked the Indian pop culture with his upbeat Tunak Tunak Tun, now owns India’s first Metaverse land acquisition. And much to everyone's amusement, he named it 'Balle Balle Land.' Yep, you read it right.
Mehndi has now joined the elite club of Facebook and Microsoft Zepeto, NVIDIA, Sandbox, Tencent, Decentraland, and Roblox as the first Asian to own land in Metaverse.
His rip-roaring performance at the Republic Day Metaverse Concert was seen by 20 million people around the world and it took the network of 3D virtual worlds by storm. The pop sensation joined Travis Scott, Justin Bieber, Marshmallow, and Ariana Grande as the first Indian artist to perform at a Metaverse concert.
Balle Balle Land, officially launched on Holi, also has a store that sells items in the form of NFTs. The BBL also has a colossal golden statue of the singer and will host concerts by the pop star and other artists. The artist intends to use the space to promote Punjabi and Sufi music all across the world.
Well, Twitter wants a Balle Balle Land visa and we're tagging along!
Guys, remember my tweet from a couple of days back - about Daler paaji... well he did drop a banger and a BIG ONE, he bought his own metaverse land and named it "Balle Balle Land". I fucking knew something big was coming up.— Amodh (@aaaamodh) March 25, 2022
Time to sell every thing I have in the real world and buy everything I can in Balle Balle Land 🚀— OrangeIntentions (@OrangeIntentio1) March 25, 2022
Want to dance to tunak tunak on balle balle land— nadish sambyal (@nadishsambyal) March 25, 2022
After reading this👇— Navneet Saluja D'Souza (@EnSaluja) March 25, 2022
‘Daler Mehendi buys a land in Metaverse, names it Balle Balle Land’
In my head I went ho gayi Teri balle balle ho jayegi balle balle😃 pic.twitter.com/WlJrzv1gas
How do you get a balle balle land visa pic.twitter.com/mZuYMNXABz— Step Judi (@BruhminderSingh) March 25, 2022