Beats by Dre: LeBron James

This is a commercial ad of Beats by Dre. This commercial was released in October 2014 in United States. Under the title of “Beats by Dre: LeBron James”.

The words “Akron Est. 1984” are inked on LeBron James’ body. Moving back to Cleveland in 2014 is the re-establishment of his legacy in Northern Ohio. He now embarks on the next and greatest chapter of his career.

This offseason, with Powerbeats2 Wireless, LeBron has re-established his body through intense training. He’s also re-established his legacy and connections to the community in Akron.

Powerbeats2 Wireless combines the emotion of Beats and the power of wireless to allow athletes to be free to test their limits and play as hard as they can.

It was done by R/GA, New York advertising agency. And, the commercial by Production Company is The Sword Fight and is directed by Nabil.

Amen. Amen. Amen. Amen.
Take me to church
I’ll worship like a dog at the shrine of your lies
I’ll tell you my sins and you can sharpen your knife
Offer me that deathless death
Good God let me give you my life…

Wow, that was cool. It is best to return to where you came from, to where it all started. If you could see what really made you the man that you are now can be really amazing. That video was rather moving. It does give you a better look at the person he is rather than just the fame he made for himself. It really suits well and I guess the past are the things that would make us stronger.

The commercial song is “Take Me to Church” by Hozier. For those of you who like this song “Take Me to Church”, you can download it from Amazon or Itunes.

In addition, the official Youtube channel of Hozier provides the official music video of this song “Take Me to Church”.

Watch the whole advertisement here.

Beats by Dre: LeBron James
Client: Beats by Dre
Geo: United States
Released: October 2014
Advertising Agency: R/GA, New York
Production company: The Sword Fight
Director: Nabil
Actor: LeBron James
Music: Take Me to Church by Hozier

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