Beats by Dr. Dre, Disney & Lil Yachty Collaboration Headphone

October 17, 2018
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As Disney prepares to celebrate Mickey Mouse’s 90th anniversary on November 18, several companies have tagged on to participate, including most recently, Beats By Dr. Dre. The Beats brand, like Vans, has teamed up with Disney to create a special Mickey Mouse 90th Anniversary Edition Beats Solo3 Wireless headphones.

Lil Yachty has been tapped to join the Mickey Mouse anniversary celebration and will represent the face of the Beats By Dr. Dre., Disney collaboration.

“Music and Disney go hand in hand, now they just have the perfect headphones to be an outlet and represent them,” Lil Yachty said. “I am honored to be chosen for this collaboration; I grew up watching Disney and using Beats headphones. Now I get to represent them both it’s unreal.”

The headphones which are scheduled to drop on November 11, features the Apple W1 chip and are covered in images of Mickey and come with a special custom felt carrying case.

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