Offset & Busta Rhymes Perform at ‘Hands Free’ Event for Ray-Ban Meta Smart Glasses: Shop the New Collection  

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Offset and Busta Rhymes joined Ray-Ban Meta for a special “hands-free” experience at 99 Scott in Brooklyn on Friday (June 28). The event, held in celebration of the latest collection of smart glasses, offered concertgoers the chance to test out the new collection via immersive mirror and graffiti instillations and Meta AI.

Hands Free Brooklyn,” inspired by Busta Rhymes 1997 track “Put Your Hands Where My Eyes Can See,” also featured performances from Coi Leray and Busta Rhymes’ son, Trillian, and music from DJ Saige. The event was held collaboration with independent creative company, Translation, and coincided with the release of a social campaign featuring Offset and U.K. rapper/singer Little Simz.

Offset teased the Ray-Ban collaboration on Instagram last week posting a clip from the campaign with the cryptic caption, “Got something on the way for y’all.” He followed-up with a video of the new campaign. “I got to get loose before every show, no matter what. This time I got a little help from @raybanmeta 🙌🏾😎#raybanmeta.”

Ray-Ban Meta smart glasses are now available in two new colors, shiny/chalky gray with cinnamon pink lenses ($299) and shiny black with clear/cerulean blue transitional lenses ($379).

Offset, Busta Rhymes Join Ray-Ban Meta Event: Shop the New Collection

Ray-Ban Meta Skyler Smart Glasses

The smart glasses allow you to record, snap photos, make phone calls, ask Meta AI questions and more using voice control and touch control functions. As 9 to 5 Google reports, Meta recently extended the video recording limit from 60 seconds to three minutes.

The glasses feature a 12 MP camera, five-microphones, and are available in over 100 color combinations including personalized designs that you can create yourself.

Ray-Ban Meta has worked with other recording stars such as Maluma and Erkyah Badu.

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