Third Man Records teams up with Beats by Dre for Black Friday

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Margo Price - PHOTO PROVIDED BY APPLE
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  • Margo Price
Talk about the best of both worlds. Better yet, listen.

Apple revealed the release of a limited edition collaboration on Thursday, Nov. 16 between Beats by Dr. Dre headphones and indie label Detroit/Nashville-based Third Man Records exclusively available for Black Friday, Nov. 24



The campaign features singer-songwriter and Third Man's own Margo Price, whose album All American Made was released on Jack White's label last month. Designed with the vinyl lover in mind, Beats Solo3 Wireless marries both form and function. Pairing Third Man's design aesthetic and signature bumblebee color scheme with Beats quality sound, 40-hour battery life, and wireless wizardry.

As a bonus, the headphones come with a bright yellow collector's edition of The Raconteur’s debut single, “Level.”



Beats Solo3 Wireless x Third Man Records headphones will run you $329.95. They're available for presale at thirdmanrecords.com. The collaboration will also be available on Apple.com on Dec. 6. 

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