“Too Many Rappers” featuring Nas circulating on the web.
A previously unreleased music video for the Beastie Boys’ collaboration with Nas for “Too Many Rappers” from their 2011 album Hot Sauce Committee Part Two is now making the rounds. Recently discovered on a message board, the video… The post Watch the Previously Unreleased Music Video for the Beastie Boys’ “Too Many Rappers” featuring Nas appeared first on Highsnobiety.
The music video made for “Too Many Rappers,” a collaboration between the Beastie Boys and Nas featured on the former’s 2011 album Hot Sauce Committee Part 2, was never released. But per Pitchfork, a Beastie Boys fan spotted the video...Show More Summary
Way back in 2009, The Beastie Boys collaborated with Nas on “Too Many Rappers”, a track that would ultimately end up on their 2011 album, Hot Sauce Committee Part Two. Today, the previously unreleased video for the track has found it’s way onto the internet. Directed by Roman Coppola, son of Francis Ford. RIP MCA. […]
The Brooklyn trio teams with Nas in the 2011 video.
One of the highlights of the Beastie Boys’ final album Hot Sauce Committee Part Two was “Too Many Rappers,” a collaboration with Nas. Roman Coppola shot a video for the song featuring all four rappers in a grocery store and other commercial environs (Ad-Rock’s thinkin’ Arby’s), but it was never released. Fortunately, a fan on [...]
Think of iconic images of Run DMC, Black Flag, LL Cool J, Minor Threat, Public Enemy, and Beastie Boys, or the gravity defying, revolutionary skateboarding of Tony Alva, Jay Adams, or Stacy Peralta - It is almost certain that Glen E....Show More Summary
The Beastie Boys may have fought hard for your right to party, but The Man can't be beat. This sign, posted outside the Palace Hotel in Sydney's Central Business District (CBD), noted that your right to party, fought so hard by Beastie Boys, have been taken away from you by the city's 1:30 AM lockout laws. Show More Summary
The toy company GoldieBlox has had a rough year in advertising after being accused of copyright infringement by the Beastie Boys for re-working the band’s 1986 classic “Girls” to convey a more “feminist” message. The company settled the lawsuit and issued an apology to the Beasties, who have always been very outspoken about their refusal [...]
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Warning: This video contains strong language that may be offensive to some. We've seen them rap to the Beastie Boys and Naughty by Nature, but this mashup casts the Muppets in a more controversial role. YouTube channel CinemaSins Jeremy...Show More Summary
Noah Baumbach's new film hits theaters next March.
In Hear This, A.V. Club writers sing the praises of songs they know well. This week, we’re picking songs that feature the word “hey” prominently—either in the title or in the lyrics. Beastie Boys, “Hey Ladies” (1989) The Beastie Boys’ full-length debut, Licensed To Ill, is a hip-hop monument, but it’s an ugly one. Show More Summary
Kermit the Frog, Fozzie Bear, and guests cover Naughty By Nature's 1993 classic Hip Hop Hooray. See also The Muppets covering The Beastie Boys, Kanye, and M.O.P. Tags: Naughty By Nature The Muppets music remix video
Remember when the Beastie Boys gave camcorders to 50 people in Madison Square Garden and used the footage to make a concert documentary? This is kind of like that, only much more intense: One Kanye West fan spent seven months poring over YouTube videos from the Yeezus tour to make a full-length re-creation of Kanye's entire... More »
For what started as an NYU dorm-room project in 1983, it's safe to say that Rick Rubin’s Def Jam Records has far surpassed the hydroponic tinkerings of your average Bobcat. From its raucous early Beastie Boys releases all the way to its more contemporary Kanye West and Frank Ocean offerings,... More »
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Perhaps Pat Kiernan put it best: “never predicted this.” Who could have? But now we now. Kiernan, anchor at New York City’s NY1, can point to the most unique example of his street cred: his face is featured in Beastie Boys’ guitarist Adam Horovitz‘s guitar strap. Show More Summary
The two coolest guys in New York just got elevated to whatever is cooler than being cool (did Outkast ever figure that out?), because Kathleen Hanna revealed a detailed close-up of her husband's guitar strap, which features their faces. Ad-Rock's strap is an homage to NY1's Pat Kiernan and Roger Clark, and looks like this: [ more › ]
Keeping your hand steady when you put on eyeliner is, as the Beastie Boys would say, tricky tricky tricky. But if you steal the little move makeup artist Jake Bailey is using on Selena Gomez in this Instagram picture, you'll take the headache out of it. Show More Summary