Ashanti has pivoted from music into the tech industry with a history-making deal. The singer has just become the first Black woman musician to become the co-founder of a Web3 platform. “I’m so ecstatic to be the first Black female Artist to be a partner and co-owner of such an amazing Web3 tech company,” said Ashanti in a social media statement. The partnership seems perfect since Ashanti has been a big proponent of artists owning their music. The goal of the company EQ Exchange is to make sure artists have ownership of their music and open communication with fans. What are your thoughts about the music industry?