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Adam 'MCA' Yauch's Will: My Music Can't Be Used for Marketing

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Adam Yauch's Will Prohibits Commercial Use of Beastie Boys Songs

Entertainment / Music : Paste Magazine (3 years ago)

Yet another reason to love the late Adam Yauch: According to DNAInfo, MCA put a clause into his will ensuring that no Beastie Boys song will ever be used in an advertisement. The clause states that Yauch’s “image, music and any art ...

People Are Awesome: Adam Yauch Makes Sure Beastie Boys Songs Won't Become Ad Jingles

Society & Culture : Good Blog (3 years ago)

In a legacy-preserving, anti-sell-out power statement, fallen Beastie Boy Adam Yauch barred the band’s music from being used in advertisements, his will revealed. The will ensures that no Beastie Boys song or any of MCA’s "artistic ...

Adam Yauch: Remembering MCA of the Beastie Boys via his song lyrics

Pop Culture / Celebrity : Celebritology 2.0 (3 years ago)

As previously reported by the Post’s Chris Richards, Adam Yauch, otherwise known as MCA of the Beastie Boys, died today at the age of 47. If you’re a hip-hop music fan, but especially a Gen X hip-hop music fan, this is terribly sad ...

R.I.P. Nathanial Hornblower: MCA's Hilarious Response to a Bad New York Times Review [Adam Yauch]

Pop Culture / Celebrity : Gawker (3 years ago)

In 2004, The New York Times' Stephanie Zacharek negatively reviewed the video for the Beastie Boys' new single "Ch-Check It Out." MCA a.k.a. Adam Yauch, who died today at the age of 47, had directed the video under his pseudonym Nat...

MCA's Will Bars Use of Beastie Boys Songs to Sell Crap [Beastie Boys]

Pop Culture / Celebrity : Gawker (3 years ago)

Even in death, Adam "MCA" Yauch is sticking it to the man: the late Beastie Boys member's will prohibits his image and music from being used in any advertising. More »


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