Bad Blood Releases Self-Titled Debut

Courtesy: O’Donnell Media Group

Rock super group Bad Blood released its debut self-titled album this week.

The album and band are already getting attention from a very well-known actor, too.  Aquaman star Jason Mamoa offered his praise for the band via Twitter.

My dear friend @kennydaleborill and his band @badbloodbandofficial just released their album!,” Mamoa tweeted.  His message also featured a swipe up link to the band’s album.

Bad Blood — composed of Chad Cherry (The Last Vegas), Chris Clemence (RapScallions and Adelita’s Way), Chris Iorio (Adelita’s Way) and Kenny Borill — has partnered with music app company Vezt to release its album.  Vezt is a music rights platform that allows fans to share in portions of the royalties and profits earned from music.  It essentially lets fans have a certain portion of ownership in the songs.

Clemence explained how the partnership works in a recent interview.

“We’ve partnered with an amazing new music app Vezt that will allow our fans to share ownership in our songs,” Clemence said.  “They’ll be able to make royalties and get paid every time the songs are played, licensed, streamed, performed, etc. The more everyone listens to and promotes Bad Blood, the more money everyone makes.  It’s partnering with our fans in the success of this record.  It’s truly revolutionary and a game changer for the music business.”

The Vezt app can be downloaded via the company’s website, and through GooglePlay.

A mini-documentary featuring the video for Bad Blood’s debut single ‘The Drug That I Need’ is streaming now here.

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