Fortnite organizes “Soundwave Series” virtual concerts
The creators of the hit game Fortnite, Epic games, announced that they will organize more virtual concerts under a new “Series of sound waves”. The series started on October 1st and started with the Egyptian musician Mohamed Hamaki, which also appeared on Fortnite radio. Hamaki’s kickoff repeated non-stop for 48 hours. Hamaki also released a brand new single titled ‘Leilt Elomr’ which translates to “the night of the order”, in addition to having a special new emote for the first show in the series.
Other acts planned for the Soundwave series include Australian singer-songwriter Tones and me, Brazilian rapper Emicides, Japanese pop artist and music producer Gen Hoshino, and Franco-Malian singer Aya Nakamura.
Asked about the new Soundwave series, Nate Nanzer, the Vice President of Global Partnerships to Epic Games said,
“Music transcends all languages and has been an integral part of Fortnite’s journey since our first in-game gig in 2019.. “He also added:”The Soundwave series continues this legacy and will introduce incredible cross-artists from around the world to millions of new fans within Fortnite Creative, where there is virtually no limit to what can be crafted by our community.
Fortnite is no stranger to in-game gigs. The first to debut was the iconic Marshmello performance, and soon after included acts such as Travis Scott, Ariana Grande, Diplo, Steve aoki, and much more.
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