Interscope Records has been a huge success to commemorate its 30th anniversary.
After the Los Angeles County Museum of Art exhibits have already been unveiled (featuring contemporary artist musicians on the label’s list), the label is now using its work to create a limited edition vinyl press. Creative art celebrities such as KAWS, Takashi Murakami and Cecily Brown have been pressed for albums such as Snoop Dogg, Kendrick Lamar, Billie Eilish, Dr. Dre, Eminem, Tupac Shakur and Juice WRLD. Will appear. Julie Curtis, Shepard Fairey, Lauren Halsey, Damien Hirst.
According to the release, the limited vinyl series coming soon on NTWRK will have only 100 copies of each album released on “Archive Quality Giclée Print Covers”. Records are sold in decorative Gucci boxes. For those who really want to celebrate Lassi Johnson’s K-Dot cover, KAWS’s Snoop, Kendrick Lamar’s Dre, and Damien Hirst’s. Marshall Mathers LP Art or Cecily Brown Billie Eilish covers, all sold for $ 2,500 each.
“This groundbreaking art exhibition will be on display at LACMA for a limited time, but we’re releasing a limited edition vinyl series to honor both the recording artist and the extraordinary visual artist who contributed the work to this effort. I thought it was great. It was a cool way to keep this celebration alive for years and at the same time invite music fans to Interscope’s 30th celebration, “said Interscope Geffen A & M. Chairman Steve Berman said. “Specializing in cultural relics carefully selected from art and music, NTWRK is the perfect retail partner to celebrate the legacy of all the artists who have succeeded Interscope Records for the past 30 years. The fact that it helps to fund Jimmy and Dre’s high school makes it an even more special endeavor. “
The records will be released in groups from Thursday to Monday and the profits will be donated to the Iovine and Young Foundation to build a school in South Los Angeles.
“Working with Interscope to celebrate the 30th anniversary of the iconic record label, Jimmy and Dre’s high school, working with some of the most culturally important musicians and artists on this amazing project. We are honored to be able to raise funds for a major purpose of support, “said NTWRK CEO Aaron Levant.