6 Nov
In just doesn't get any harder than this

Man up and have some balls with the Hello Kitty Headphones from Beats by Dr. Dre. Because with this being Hello Kitty’s 40th anniversary, your balls might just be the only thing out there which haven’t had the the HK license slapped on them yet. Yet. But fear not, with Hello Kitty being plastered across […]


13 Jun
Beats superlative listening device in red, white & blue colorway

Beats by Dr. Dre being recently acquired by Apple may or may not have something to do with the “Samurai” version of the Studio V2 headphones designed to have appeal to its international Japanese audience. The “Samurai” headphones’ classic Japanese aesthetic is implied by the deep indigo blue and bright red derived from ancient traditional Japanese […]


22 Aug
Yeah we know it's corny, but why do we want some then?

Ha ha — do y’all remember when people used to lament the corporatization of hip-hop? Like, when it first started to go mainstream and everyone was up in arms because N.W.A. and Body Count were being banned from record stores (Google “Tower Records” kids), and Public Enemy had middle America experiencing Tea Party-like fainting spells […]


24 Apr
Legendary New York graff artist lends his "Atom" work

Legendary New York graffiti artist Futura 2000 lends his aesthetic to Beats by Dre for their latest revealed collaboration. Beginning with white Beats by Dre “Solo HD” headphones — which are made to be a lighter, on-ear version of the Studios — Futura uses elements from his Atom work by adding multi-colored paint streaks… making […]


26 Aug
Only 50 of the studio-grade headphones to be created

You may not know the name Crystal Rocked, but you’d recognize their products by the copious crystal bedazzling and gold plating they apply on all sorts of goods. The company has worked with a slew of brands including Tom Ford and Dolce & Gabbana in the design and production of decked out luxury products for […]


18 Mar
You'll be missed Nathaniel Dwayne Hale

As most fans of hip hop know, we lost the greatest hip hop crooner of all time this week to heart failure. Nate Dogg’s gangsta lean vocals defined the 90s, especially if you lived anywhere on the West Coast — a day did not go by from 1993 onward where at some point you didn’t […]