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Jeremy Fall’s Probably Nothing launches “Probably A Label”, a Web3 label with Warner Records

The label sells 5,555 passes in 7 minutes. Diddy & JasonMartin’s first drop exclusively to Passholders.

Press release

October 26, 2022

LOS ANGELES, Oct. 26, 2022 ( –
Jeremy Chuteformer famous restaurateur turned Web3 creator of Probably nothingannounces the launch of Probably a labela major Web3 record label in collaboration with Warner Records.

Probably A Label believes that music comes alive when there is a context that people can emotionally connect to. They’re creators who help artists rewrite those stories using the power of NFTs and believe that Web3 empowers artists to create with more freedom and connect with fans on a much deeper level – their mission is to live at the intersection of this culture.

This new type of record label aims to redefine intellectual property ownership in the music industry, using Web3 technology. This is the first time that a major label has partnered with a leading brand in NFT culture to build an ecosystem allowing artists to create freely using new technologies. Their mission is not to redefine the way people listen to music, but to elevate the experience in which people consume it, as well as to collaborate directly with artists in a way that helps develop their language. creative.

The label launched 5,555 passes that exemplify its vision of what the future of music looks like, which sold out in seven minutes. These debuted on OpenSea, following the announcement last week of the partnership with Warner Music Group. Their first musical release will come from the Grammy Award winner Didi and JasonMartin, claimable for Probably A label holders. As artists will use the Web3 label as a new platform to release music for holders, the community will capitalize on “Studio A”, an incubator that will help community intellectual property come alive. Studio A shines as a key feature where the label partners with select members, accepting submissions for any IP-specific ideas for this project. If someone owns the intellectual property of an approved project and has a concept idea around it, Probably A Label can help bring it to life using its resources.

Studio A will begin by accepting submissions using NFTs from approved partner projects including Azuki, BAYC, Clone X, Cryptopunks, Degen Toonz, Doodles, Photosynthesis, Project Gojira, Pudgy Penguins, Stickmen Toys, Women & Weapons, and World of Women, with more partners announced soon. Projects accepted into this incubator program will have access to resources from the Probably A Label, Probably Nothing, and Warner Records ecosystems, including funding, marketing, creative development, partnerships, branding, and public relations. Probably A Label sees itself as the bridge between music in Web2 and Web3, simultaneously evolving the connection between the traditional label model and music fans.

Other features include the ability to own a community-created NFT project that will serve as the label’s initial virtual musician. This project will be built in collaboration with the carrier community through a voting system on the design, script and other creative elements. Other features include exclusive access to future label releases, a community music library for use by holders, educational content highlighting IP fulfillment best practices, access to in-person and virtual events, goods, etc

“I grew up in the 90s listening to so many artists on Warner Records. It’s surreal to come full circle and help them redefine the way people experience music in today’s Web3 era. today,” said Jeremy Fall, creator of Probably Nothing. “There are a lot of conversations to be had around ownership of intellectual property and how best to use that intellectual property. What appealed to me most about Warner Records is that they wanted enter the NFT space in the right way by offering full IP rights for Stickmen Toys, which we ended up partnering on.”

The collaboration with Probably Nothing and Warner Records started with Stickmen Toys. Probably nothing helped Warner Records enter the Web3 space by providing the bridge from Web2 to Web3. Stickman Toys is a collection of 5,000 unique audio-visual avatars, offering collectors the creative and commercial freedom to push the boundaries of their copyright ownership.

Sebastian Simone, Vice President of Audience and Strategy at Warner Records, said: “Jeremy and the team at Probably Nothing share our vision of evolving the connection between labels, their artists and fan communities. We’re excited to partner with Probably A Label on developing what the future of music property looks like, working with our communities to bring IP to life, and working with artists to enter the space. Web3 in a meaningful and authentic way.”

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Warner Records has established itself as a beacon of artistic freedom and creative expression over the past six decades, releasing some of the most culturally influential and innovative music of our time and home to an impressive generation of artists including Dua Lipa, Madonna, Saweetie, Liam Gallagher, Michael Bublé, Deftones, Neil Young, Red Hot Chili Peppers, Aespa, Bella Poarch, Muse, Linkin Park, Royal Blood, Gorillaz, Rüfüs Du Sol and many more .


Probably Nothing’s goal is to educate the world about NFTs and Web3 by bringing as many people into the space as possible – guiding them on safety and showing them how great the community is. They help spotlight projects that are creatively and respectfully leading the way in the Web3 industry. Probably Nothing is a community for Web3 curious, culture lovers, creatives and jpeg lovers. It’s a hangout where outliers run the show, a gathering place for anyone who wants to help move this new world forward and be part of the family.

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