Beats By Dre Reunites With FUTURA For New Beats Buds Studios

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Looks like Beats By Dre is looking to get back on top of gaming audio and has enlisted an OG graffiti artist to help them create next-level headphones for music lovers.

According HypeBeast Beats By Dre has enlisted Futura Laboratories for their next flashy special edition Beats Studio Buds that are sure to grab attention as they are sure to rock your ears. It’s like it’s been ages since Beats By Dre headphones and earphones were the go-to accessory on these streets, so it’s only fitting that the company is trying to salvage some of that buzz for 2022. So why not call on OG graffiti artist FUTURA again to help them create something fiery for the summer?

Sprinkled with the inventive artist’s signature “atom” pattern, the Beats Studio Buds deliver high-quality sound and feature Class 1 Bluetooth active noise cancellation. Plus, the headphones feature a Transparency mode and one-touch pairing for Apple and Android devices with up to eight hours of listening time. Notably, the device marks the second collaboration between Beats and FUTURA, following their previous Solo HD delivery in 2013.

Sounds like a firecracker.

To coincide with the release of the limited-edition headphones, FUTURA has created a playlist on Apple Music dubbed Futura Laboratories that features classic cuts like “Still DRE,” “Scenario,” and “Run To The Sun.”

“Music has always been a necessity in my creative space,” Futura said in a statement, “but music on my Beats Studio Buds takes me to a completely isolated indoor space.”

The special edition Beats Studio Buds will be available this Saturday (July 30) at 10 a.m. ET on Futura Laboratories’ online store, END Clothing and the Beats By Dre website and will retail for $149.99. Will you take a pair? Let us know in the comments section below.

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