This is a clip of The Swedish Chef, Beaker and Animal edited to look like they're performing The Beastie Boys' iconic 'So What'cha Want'. It is a thing of beauty. Like the bare breasts of a Renaissance sculpture, but with way fewer 'NO...Show More Summary
Issue 43 of Monster Children is co-edited by Beastie Boys’ Mike D and features a host of topics such as music, skate, surf, film and art. To promote the content in the upcoming issue the magazine has decided to create … Watch “Cailin – Page 33? by ‘Monster Children’ Magazine is a post by Maude Churchill on Highsnobiety.
As long as there are people on the Internet with too much time on their hands, there shall be… Read More
This is exactly why the Internet was invented. A clip posted to YouTube by isthishowyougoviral uses video editing to make it seem as if the Swedish Chef, Beaker and Animal are lip synching "So What’cha Want," the 1992 Beastie Boys hit from the "Check Your Head" album. For good measure, the original video is here. (h/t Laughing Squid)
Among the Internet’s favorite pastimes is bringing the the Muppets together with pop hits that have not already been covered by the Muppets themselves. The latest incarnation finds three of the best Muppets “lip syncing” to a Beastie...Show More Summary
The Internet is a land of endless creativity, so a collision of Muppets and Beastie Boys was inevitable. This mashup takes the iconic Beastie Boys tune "So What'cha Want" and flawlessly integrates Swedish Chef, Animal and Beaker Muppets:...Show More Summary
Muppet characters The Swedish Chef, Animal, and Beaker appear to sing along with and dance to the Beastie Boys‘ 1992 hip hop song “So What’cha Want” in this video created by Mylo the Cat. Here is the original “So What’cha Want” music video:
MTV has announced that that Beyoncé will perform at this year’s MTV Video Music Awards and will be awarded with the Michael Jackson Video Vanguard Award, which has been given to artists like Madonna, the Beastie Boys, U2, George Michael, and Janet Jackson in the past. Last year, Justin Timberlake won the award and performed [...]
I had my first yeast infection at the age of 17. I’d been to a summer music festival in my kicky “boho” jeans and home-made Beastie Boys tank, sweat a lot in the pit, and awoke the next morning to find a discharge the consistency of cottage cheese tumbling from within my vagina. My reaction [...]
The rowdy New York experimental rap crew Ratking are playing Lollapalooza this weekend, and to heighten anticipation for their set they’ve released a remix of their So It Goes single “Canal” by none other than Beastie Boy Adam Horovitz. Ad-Rock turns the bassy, dramatic original into something jazzy, grimy, and at least a little bit [...]
Beastie Boy Mike D recently sat for a series of short but packed-full-of-stuff video interviews with Vanity Fair, all of them about the pop culture of the ’90s, a time when Mike and his group were absolute kings. He doesn’t exactly say anything new in these videos, but the way he leaves all this stuff [...]
The legendary Ad-Rock of The Beastie Boys reworks RATKING’s “Canal”. Previously: RATKING – Canal (Video) | Mike D of The Beastie Boys Talks Biggie vs. 2Pac, Paul’s Boutique & Arsenio Hall
During a recent sit-down with Vanity Fair, The Beastie Boys’ Mike D reflects on the Biggie vs. 2Pac conflict, the signifigance of the Arsenio Hall Show, the making of the Spike Jonze directed video for “Sabotage” and how the world wasn’t ready for the Paul’s Boutique album. Speaking of The Beasties and Arsenio, be sure […]
All gold everything. It's courtesy of Houston's Eatsie Boys (yes, that's a puntastic homage to the Beastie Boys), and is slated to launch soon. No word yet on weather or not it will serve Brass Monkeys.
The Beastie Boy recalls rap's most tumultuous period.
Hey, it's LA Cops! When we last saw the game - which my brain registers as the Beastie Boys' Sabotage video vs Syndicate - it was pretty early code. Now things are looking a bit more structured. Read more...
Hi, everybody! Tim Carmody here, guest-hosting for Jason this week. July 25 was probably the 25th anniversary of Beastie Boys' Paul's Boutique. (Google and a few other sources say the release date was actually June 25, but July 25 is...Show More Summary
A mural of the Beastie Boys has gone on display where the cover art for their album Paul’s Boutique was shot. Should the street be named after them too?
Regardless of your particular tastes in music, it is likely that you are familiar with Mike D or at the very least with the band that made him a household name. The Beastie Boys founder recently sat down with Deepak Chopra to discuss his passion for music, how his career started and what he's doing now. Show More Summary
The classic Beastie Boys album recently celebrated its 25th anniversary. Its lasting success is a reminder of a principle that business leaders too often forget: Good management ideas can come from eclectic sources.