Yuga Labs and NTS Radio to donate $150,000 and increase musical education access for Miami’s youth


  • Yuga Labs & NTS Radio will donate more than $150,000 to Music Access Miami, an initiative produced at The Miami Foundation.
  • The funds will be used to create standard music education programs for every child who belongs to the Miami-Dade community.
  • The foundation is known for investing in Miami youth by growing access to arts education and music.

Yuga Labs has announced collaborating with NTS Radio to donate $150,000 plus to Music Access Miami. 

Established by music lovers, NTS is a platform meant for music admirers with sheer determination towards finding as well as supporting new talent. Yuga Labs motivates creators and owners to come together and build a border-free community. Both NTS and Yuga Labs have the similar goal as Music Access Miami to deploy the life-changing side of music and allow the deprived youth to establish the next generation filled with imaginative talent.

The announcement and more will be celebrated on December 3 at the BAYC x NTS Radio: Miami Art Week Wrap Party where each dollar raised from food sales by Bored and Hungry will be matched in addition to a $150K donation. 

The donation is Yuga’s second installment out of the $1 million committed to uplift education and art efforts in Miami.  

Greg Solano and Wylie Aronow, co-founders of Yuga as well as Nicole Muniz, Yuga Labs CEO, are locals of Miami. Becoming an integral part of the Miami community is thrilling for Yuga Labs, as it is a way to give back to the city of BAYC’s birth.

Aronow said that BAYC has always shared a crucial connection to culture, music and art. Anywhere where there’s an intersection of culture and technology, their community comes together to bring creativity. 

Solano added that Music Access Miami is contributing significantly by democratizing music education access to the youth of Miami. Collaborating with NTS Radio for the investment in their hometown’s future is exciting. 

An NTS spokesperson shared that the project’s major push was to do something for the local community. With Music Access Miami, the opportunity to support musical education fits with the mission of sharing amazing music with enthusiastic individuals. 

President and CEO of The Miami Foundation, Rebecca Fishman Lipsey, said that Yuga Labs’ hefty investment in arts and music is motivating and shows corporate citizenship. She added that they intend to provide Miami’s youth access to the changing power of arts. Via the investment, ample opportunities will open for them.