A 22-minute documentary by Apple-owned Beats Music has been released recently. The documentary is to honor Spike Lee’s 25th anniversary of Do The Right Thing, a Brooklyn-based film that came out on June 30th, 1989. The documentary features Spike Lee and Danny Aiello revisiting the Brooklyn neighborhood, where the film was shot. A huge block party thrown by Beats Music is also featured at the end of the documentary, to celebrate the movie’s anniversary. Celebrities who attended the block party include Dave Chapelle, Mos Def., Erykah Badu, and Wesley Snipes.

The documentary suggest that Beats is looking to expand its brand even after being acquired by Apple. They continue to position themselves as an icon that impacts the world around them. Take a look at the video and let us know what you think in the comments below.

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