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Maluma Talks Ray-Ban Meta Smart Glasses, Sharing His ‘Unique Point of View’ With Fans

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Not your average shades! Maluma is seeing things differently thanks to Ray-Ban Meta smart glasses.  

The “Según Quién” singer, who stars in the campaign for the latest iteration of Meta’s smart glasses, likes wearing them because they allow him to share his “unique point of view” with fans.

“They’re super simple to use and feel like the average pair of sunglasses, except now I am more present,” the 29-year-old singer explained in an email interview with Billboard before heading back home to Colombia for the holidays.

“My favorite thing about the glasses is that I can share my unique point of view while living my life, enjoying moments with family and friends and even while on stage.”

Ray-Ban and Meta tapped Maluma, Erykah Badu, Coi Leray and Coco Gauff to launch the newest installment of smart sunglasses. The Meta Wayfarer and Meta Headliner smart glasses are available in seven different colors, including shiny rebel black with amber lenses, shiny black with clear lenses, matte black with clear/green lenses, shiny caramel with brown lenses, matte jeans with dusty blue lenses, matte black with graphite lenses and shiny black with green lenses.

“I wear glasses all the time, so I like to match the glasses with my outfit but also the vibes of the day,” he explained of his favorite style of glasses. “Sometimes I wear a classic Wayfarer and other moments I go bold and bright. I even wore the Ray-Ban Meta Wayfarer during my Latin Grammys performance [last November].”

Offering a hands-free way to capture, share, and livestream, the second-generation Ray-Ban Meta smart glasses lets you take 12MP photos, 1040p videos, answer phone calls and engage with AI. You can snap photos, record video and livestream on Facebook and Instagram with the glasses, which offer up to four hours of battery life (they come in a chargeable case) and are available on Ray-Ban.com starting from $299.

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