On Friday, the release date of her new album Queen Nicki Minaj already grabs headlines for the track "Barbie Dreams," in which she's discounting Drake and a lot of other rapper.
It's a bit ironic that she has beef with Champagne Papi because both actors dropped Shoppable AR lenses to promote her new albums.
With the track "Chun Li 'in the background, users can now through a triangular portal into a 360-degree reissue of the cover art of the album, complete with a list of titles etched into a pyramid. With the track "Chun Li," which plays in the background, users can go through a triangular portal in a 360-degree playback of the cover art of the album, complete with a titled in a pyramid title list. There's also an AR experience for the front camera that adorns the user's face with jewels and makeup in the Egyptian style. Try it out by unlocking the lens with this snapcode.
While Drake urged users to stream the album on Apple Music, she broke the Tag One streaming record. In the process, Minaj uses that E-commerce tool to stun users in their web shop, where users can buy the album and a necklace.
The use of Augmented reality experiences to promote entertainment have become a familiar refrain. As the stature of the technology solidifies with film studios, it is now gaining importance in the music industry, with Taylor Swift, Lady Gaga, Justin Timberlake, U2, and the estate of Michael Jackson among the artists who use AR to boost album sales  Do not miss: New Magic Leap videos show off Launch Apps & # 39; Create & # 39; & # 39; Tónandi & # 39; in action