Beats by Dre and Ghetto Gastro, a Bronx-based collective that uses food as a way to spark larger conversations around inclusion, race and economic empowerment, just announced an exclusive collaboration that will debut a limited-edition Studio3 Wireless set of headphones.
The result is a sleek black-and-bone colorway, with a bold black-on-black Ghetto Gastro logo on the headband. It will also come with a carrying case donning the Ghetto Gastro fist logo, as well as 2 sticker decals, and a poster that portrays community resistance against oppression.
This partnership looks to amplify resistance by shining a light on New York organizations that champion activism, resource sharing, and education.
To help magnify this launch, Beats and Ghetto Gastro will be donating to two non-profits aligned with their mission: Sweet Freedom Farm and Herban Cura. Sweet Freedom Farm is a BIPOC and abolitionist-led farm that grows and distributes vegetables and other goods to communities with limited access to fresh produce, in addition to incarcerated people and their families. Herban Cura upholds community cultivation by providing inclusive spaces of healing, learning, and collaboration.
The limited edition Ghetto Gastro Beats Studio3 Wireless retails for $349.95 USD is available on August 27 at GhettoGastro.com, Notre and SSENSE.