Fans given the chance to chat to Liam Payne and receive signed goodies in music platform launch
Liam Payne is set to launch a new music platform with the world's first digital signing event.
Fans around the world have been offered the chance to talk one-to-one with the Wolverhampton pop sensation and receive personally signed digital artwork of his new album, LP1, at 5pm today.
The event coincides with the release of QJAM, a new music platform aimed at connecting artists and fans.
The app has been developed through a new partnership between the music and tech worlds.
Talking about the concept of QJAM, co-founder Toby Harris says: “It’s now more important than ever for artists to find exciting new ways to establish strong, lasting connections with their fans around the world.
"With QJAM we’re creating intimate, valuable experiences that bring artists and fans together in a way that hasn’t happened before.
"We're driven by a desire to make this exclusive experience completely inclusive and maximise organic social growth.
"It’s time to bring in store signings into the now, and bring artists closer to their fans, wherever they are in the world.”
Liam's new album, LP1, was released last week featuring hit singles Strip That Down, Get Low, Bedroom Floor, Polaroid and more.
The record sees him collaborating with a host of A-list producers and writers including Ed Sheeran, Ryan Tedder, Zedd, Jonas Blue, Steve Mac, Joe London, and The Monsters and the Strangerz.
To sign up for the event, click here.
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