Alicia Keys’ Husband Swizz Beatz Sits on a Lamborghini Countach in His Video

Swizz Beatz Sits on a Lamborghini Countach in His Video 4 photos
Photo: Swizz' Instagram
Swizz Beatz Sits on a Lamborghini Countach in His VideoSwizz Beatz Sits on a Lamborghini Countach in His VideoSwizz Beatz Sits on a Lamborghini Countach in His Video
Rapper and music producer Kaseem Dean, better known by his stage name Swizz Beats, seems to be working on a new music project considering he recently posted several pictures on set, in New York. Alicia Keys’ husband sits on a wrecked Lamborghini Countach, while yet another Lambo is parked close by.
So far, Dean has released two albums; the first, a compilation titled “Swizz Beatz Presents G.H.E.T.T.O. Stories,” released in 2002 and his debut studio album “One Man Band Man,” released in 2007. Even though he is better known for his producing career, having worked with famous rappers like Lil Wayne, Jay-Z or Busta Rhymes, looking at his recent activity it might seem he’s working at a new project as we speak.

As to the Lamborghini Aventador there is not a lot left to speak about, besides its out-of-this world 700 horsepower engine that produces unbelievable speeds. It’s a super fast sportscar that seems to be the rapper’s favorite when it comes to showing off their wealth. As to the classic Lamborghini Countach, in Beatz’ case a white wrecked one, the story could go on for hours.

The mid-engined supercar was produced from 1974 to 1990. in 2005, American car magazine Sports Car International named it number three on the list of Top Sports Cars of the 1970s, and it was listed as number ten on their list of Top Sports Cars of the 1980s. The rear wheels were driven by a traditional Lamborghini V12 engine mounted longitudinally with a mid-engined configuration.

Although originally planned as a 5-liter powerplant, the first production cars used the Lamborghini Miura’s 4-liter motor. Later advances increased the displacement to 4.7-liter and then 5.1-liter with four valves per cylinder.

However, starting with 1984 Rod Ladret of Ladret Design Studio located in Alberta, Canada and several other companies began producing and marketing a replica of the Countach, so it’s hard to tell if we’re looking at the real model. Either way, Countach is an exclamation of astonishment in the local Piedmontese language - generally used by men upon seeing an extremely beautiful woman. And that is exactly what you feel when you see this baby.
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