Music is a powerful method used to incite the masses, so it’s no wonder why secret societies and groups, such as the Illuminati, are believed to use popular influences in music to help spread their message. From the likes of Jay-Z to Rihanna to Kesha, musicians are known to have a hold over large groups of people who are willing to mimic and follow the lead of these kinds of artists. Higher-exs and those suspected of being affiliated with the Illuminati also use and endorse products as a way to lure in the uninformed. It’s looking like Dre Beats might be a candidate for a current product that supports a questionable agenda.
The Beats line of headphones and music products that rapper Dr. Dre and Interscope Geffen A&M Records Chairman Jimmy Iovine created in 2008 has certainly come a long way. The headphones and other associated music products are essentially made for the elite with most items carrying a more than $200 price tag. Nowadays, serving as a product placement darling for some of the most popular music artists of today, Beats products are being featured in many music videos of musicians who are suspected of being connected to the Illuminati.
For example, Miley Cyrus’s finger (complete with a visible all-seeing eye-looking tattoo) presses play on a Dre Beats Pill in her ‘We Can’t Stop’ music video. In Britney Spears’ ‘Work B****’ music video, a female is seen with a Dre Beats Pill held in her mouth as a dominatrix- style gag. Another suspected-Illuminati princess, Nicki Minaj, is seen advertising the pink-colored Dre Beats Pill. Lady Gaga romances a pair of Beats headphones in her Poker Face music video. Robin Thicke features the product in his ‘Blurred Lines’ music video, and has also made a commercial for the Beats Pill.
The design of the Dre Beats logo has also caused red flags to rise. Some say that the ‘b’ looks like a ‘6’, and when arranged in a trio, creates a ‘666’.
Most recently, a Best Buy advertisement for the promotion of Dre Beats headphones is circulating TV commercial breaks, and features none other than suspected Illuminati puppet Lady Gaga’s ‘Do What U Want’ song in the background. The links and connections to the entertainment industry’s ‘elite’ is a rabbit hole you can easily fall into and get lost.
The Carlyle Group Connection
Upon further investigation of the behind-the-scenes money-making action regarding the Beats brand, the Internet reveals an interesting investment made into the company. According to a press release from September 27, 2013 posted on the Carlyle Group’s website, the ‘global alternative asset manager’ is making an investment in the company and working with the Beats management team to ‘continue expanding the brand and building the business both domestically and internationally.’
The reported close to $500 million dollar investment allows the Carlyle Group to gain two of the six seats on the Beats’ board. Why is this investment transaction particularly interesting? It would have to be because of the colorful history of the group. They earned a reputation for buying out defense industry businesses, and having business ties to the Bin Laden family and the Bush family. The Group was actually holding a conference on September 11th, 2001 for investors that included Bin Laden family members. The Carlyle Group is also accused of being a part of a conspiracy and that they were knowledgeable of the profit they stood to make from the war created by the events of 9/11. It’s interesting that a company known for defense has an interest in a music-related company.