Ludacris and Monster Cable Head Monster Noel Lee rap about HDS technology and its benefit for musicians and listeners alike.
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The two, who are from very different worlds, seemed to have a mutual respect for one another: a passion for music being the unifying force.
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Luda politely responds to questions from the crowd. He clearly wants to provide the best listening experience possible for his fans.
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He looked a bit beat by the afternoon, but then I would look that way, too, if I'd been fielding questions from tech journalists all morning.
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From left to right, Head Monster Noel Lee, Chris "Ludacris" Bridges, boxer Floyd Mayweather Jr., and Kevin "The Little Monster" Lee.
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Luda tests whether I am actually a fan and asks what my favorite song is. Right now, it's "Get Back." Yay for angry music!
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