Leading music virtual reality platform MelodyVR has partnered with Ghetts and Caroline International on two events around the grime artist's most recent album Ghetto Gospel: The New Testament.
The app offers a VR recording of a sold out show at London’s Jazz Café and a private tour around an exhibition of artwork from Ghetto Gospel. Ghetts personally guides viewers around the exclusive ‘Ghettsibition’, which took place at Kachette in East London,
Ghetts, who is the first artist from the grime scene to work with MelodyVR, said: “When we were planning ‘Ghettsitbition’, I knew I wanted as many people as possible to understand the story behind the album and the artwork. Filming the exhibition and my show at The Jazz Café in with MelodyVR allows me to take viewers on a personal journal like no other platform can. Being able to immerse yourself in a single moment in time, wherever you are and whoever you are, is something really special.”
MelodyVR will also be releasing a recording of Gorgon City performance at Boardmasters Festival.
As the only licensed VR music platform, MelodyVR has partnerships across the industry, including major and independent labels, publishers and venues, and has teamed up with a huge array of international artists to build the world’s largest library of immersive and interactive virtual reality music experiences.