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Pusha T launches hip-hop balloting app inheritor

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July 13 (UPI) -- Pusha T has announced a new hip-hop headquartered app named inheritor that enables clients to vote up or down on which songs they like.
The votes are tallied up and represented the usage of a fireplace icon for good or a skull and crossbones icon for bad. users who continually handout tremendous votes for regularly occurring songs could be eligible to win digital foreign money called Crown that may exchanged for rewards, noted the official web page for inheritor.
"We agree with that once every person eats, every person wins," the web site says. "So, we're constructing a product which will exchange how artists make money through fandom and collaboration."
Pusha T collaborated on the assignment with tech entrepreneur summer time Watson who up to now worked on audio streaming provider TuneIn and social network game developer Playdom, referred to The Hollywood Reporter.
Advisors on the app include Def Jam data A&R exec Steven Victor and Epic statistics A&R exec Joey Arbagey.
inheritor is accepting purposes for early entry to the app.
Pusha T launched his third solo album Daytona in can also. Kanye West, a producer on the album, spent $85,000 on a photo of Whitney Houston's bathing room lined in drug paraphernalia for use because the cover artwork for Daytona.