Nine Inch Nails' Trent Reznor Makes Beverly Hills home up for grabs for $4.5M; Singer Relaunching Apple’s Beats Music
New Apple employee and lead singer of American industrial rock band Nine Inch Nails Trent Reznor is currently selling his Beverly Hills property for $4.495 million. Reznor, who worked as Beats' chief creative officer when Apple bought the company last year, has been reported to play a "major role" in revamping the Beats Music streaming service.
The Nine Inch Nails frontman's lavish home is composed of five bedrooms and four bathrooms reaching to over more than 4,300 square feet of space. The buyer couldn't be more delighted with the dining patio that has gorgeous views of the bright lights of L.A. and its vivid canyons. And if whoever gets weary with the melodramatic lights, there's also an infinity pool and a soundproofed studio to sojourn in.
The property, which was first built in 1966, also holds a master suite, an illuminated stone wall, a spa-like bath that offers plush niceties, a private balcony to check out classic views, and a spacious lawn that would be appealing for purchasers with a growing family.
The Oscar-winning composer for the film "The Social Network" and Grammy award winner for "The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo" is married to singer-songwriter Mariqueen Maandig, with whom he has a two sons. With the opulent home up for sale, Reznor and his family is sure to have flitted somewhere, although Forbes speculated his new job to relaunch Apple's Beats Music Service could move them to Silicon Valley in the Northern California's Bay Area.
Apple and Beats to Rival Spotify
Refreshingly, Apple bought Beats back in August of 2014, and rumor has it that Apple is going to develop a streaming service of its own. Rumors have been confirmed as Apple told New York Times that Beats Music is now the centerpiece of the company's proposed plan to take on the top streaming service Spotify.
Now, Reznor is reportedly in the process of rebuilding the app from scratch in conjunction with a team of Apple and Beats employees including Beats co-founder Jimmy Iovine.
Do you think Trent Reznor and family is moving to Silicon Valley considering they are selling their lavish property? Will Apple Beats Music have a future on music streaming although it is already late on the game? And more likely, will Apple beat giant Spotify? Your thoughts are welcome on the comments section!