Fortnite Presents the Soundwave Series - Musical Shows Kicking off with Mohamed Hamaki!
Get ready for the soundwave. 🔊
The first show of the Fortnite Soundwave Series — a series of musical shows featuring artists from around the world — begins October 1, 2021. Every show takes place in its own interactive experience in-game. The first artist in the line-up? You may have heard him on the radio in Fortnite recently: Egyptian superstar Mohamed Hamaki!
Over the coming months, Australian singer-songwriter Tones And I, Brazilian rapper Emicida, Japanese pop artist and music producer Gen Hoshino, and record-breaking French-Malian singer Aya Nakamura will have their own shows to experience in Fortnite. Keep an eye out for details as the soundwave goes on. 🎵
Along with his hits, Hamaki’s show will feature the first performance of his new song “Leilt Elomr”! To jump in, players can enter the “HAMAKI’S MUSICAL SHOW” playlist (made by community creators Team Alliance and TheBoyDilly) starting Friday, October 1 at 2 PM ET. The show will repeat non-stop for 48 hours (until Sunday, October 3 at 2 PM ET), so no need to worry if you can’t jump in right away. Players who attend the show will receive the Soundwave Series - Hamaki Spray as a memento!
Also, players will have the option to watch the show in Battle Royale playlists via Picture-in-Picture, available during certain times of the event and accessible through the settings.
Take Leilt Elomr with You with a Special Emote
For all the Hamaki fans, you’ll be able to dance and listen to Leilt Elomr beyond the show! To celebrate the debut performance of the song, the Leilt Elomr Emote will be available in the Item Shop starting Thursday, September 30, at 8 PM ET (before the event). Here’s the Emote in action:
We’ll see you at the first show of the Soundwave Series. 🎙️
Hamaki Show Content Creation
Content Creators in the Support-A-Creator (SAC) program will be able to host VOD content from the Hamaki show on YouTube and monetize it. Monetization of VOD content will be active for seven days, and no takedown notifications should occur afterwards. More info:
In order to monetize their Hamaki show content, SAC members need to link their YouTube and Support-A-Creator accounts.
IMPORTANT: When uploading the content to YouTube, be sure to upload it as Unlisted or Public. If you upload the video as Private, it is possible you could receive a monetization claim on your video.
For uploading the content on other platforms, refer to your channel’s platform policies for tips on how to avoid copyright strikes.
Not in SAC? Don’t worry, you can still share your highlights from the experience. However, you will not be able to monetize this content on YouTube.
Please note: For Twitch Creators streaming Hamaki’s show, we cannot prevent your VODs or clips from getting flagged by third party copyright detection systems. The general recommendation is to disable VODs/clips for the duration of the event. For more information, see Twitch’s DMCA & Copyright FAQs help page.
Hamaki's Musical Show has flashing lights. If you have a history of photosensitivity, consult a doctor before entering the event. IM