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Newswire: KRS-One apologizes for musically killing off Ad-Rock from the Beastie Boys

Earlier this week, sharp-eared music fans noticed a slight mistake in KRS-One’s latest song, with the rapper including the Beastie Boys’ Adam “Ad-Rock” Horovitz on his new track “Hip Hop Speaks From Heaven.” The trouble was, Ad-Rock’s...Show More Summary

This Week In Techdirt History: May 7th - 13th

last weekIndustries / Law : Techdirt

Five Years Ago It was the previous week in 2012 that we learned the sad news of the death of the Beastie Boys' Adam Yauch (better known as MCA), and it was this week that the EFF called for an end to the war on sampling as a tribute to his legacy. Show More Summary

KRS-One Apologizes for Mistakenly Rapping That Beastie Boys’ Ad-Rock Died

Earlier today, KRS-One took to Twitter to apologize for mistakenly suggesting that Beastie Boys’ Ad-Rock had died in his song “Hip Hop Speaks From Heaven.” In the track from his latest album The World is MIND, KRS-One pays tribute to...Show More Summary

KRS-One Apologizes To Ad-Rock For Song That Said He’d Died

KRS-One accidentally memorialized the wrong Beastie Boy named Adam on "Hip Hop Speaks From Heaven," a song off of his new album The World Is MIND that pays tribute to dead rappers: "Like a late fog in the mist/ I see King Ad-Rock / And rest in peace Nate Dogg/ Their names and their natures…

Newswire: Whoops, KRS-One’s new song eulogizes the wrong Beastie Boy

Hip-hop history is, unfortunately, suffused with death, with many of the genre’s most famous artists never even living to see 30. So on the one hand, the legendary KRS-One—who’s been in the industry long enough to see untold scores of...Show More Summary

Damn, KRS-One Has No Idea Which Beastie Boys Member Is Dead

KRS-One is a legendary rapper who has been around long enough to have seen many rappers pass — so many that it has apparently become difficult for him to keep track. On a new song called “Hip Hop Speaks From Heaven,” he honors those fallen rappers by shouting them out ... More »

KRS-One Included The Wrong Beastie Boy In His Tribute Song To Dead Rappers

2 weeks agoMusic / Indie Music : Stereogum

On his new album The World Is MIND, veteran Bronx rapper KRS-One has a song called "Hip Hop Speaks From Heaven" in which he pays tribute to some of hip-hop's deceased legacies. That's all well and good but, as XXL points out, he shouted out the wrong late Beastie Boy: "Like a late fog in…

KRS-One Pays Tribute to Wrong Beastie Boy in Song Dedicated to Dead Rappers

On May 9, veteran rapper KRS-One released his latest album, The World is MIND, and one of its tracks contains a grave error, as XXL points out. A song on the album titled “Hip Hop Speaks From Heaven” references many influential artists who have passed away, including Tupac, A Tribe Called Quest’s Phife Dawg, J Dilla, Eazy-E, Biggie, and Big Pun. Show More Summary

Take A Deep Breath & Celebrate Late Beastie Boy MCA At A Chill Shindig In Brooklyn This Saturday

The organizers of MCA Day, the annual late-summer event celebrating the late Brooklyn rapper Adam Yauch of the Beastie Boys, are hosting a party on Saturday in the Brooklyn Heights park that bears the Yauch's name. [ more › ]

Remembering MCA Five Years Later: 5 Iconic Adam Yauch Moments

Adam "MCA" Yauch was the heart and soul of the Beastie Boys. Continue reading…

YouTube Red To Stoke Internet’s Cat Craze With Turkish Documentary ‘Kedi’

last monthWeb / Web Videos : Tubefilter

There’s nothing that the internet loves more than cat videos, and with its next feature-length documentary, YouTube Red is giving viewers their fill. The subscription service has partnered with the late Beastie Boy Adam Yauch’s New York-based...Show More Summary

Beastie Boys Headline Latest Issue of Flood Magazine

The Beastie Boys album Check Your Head came out 25 years ago, on April 21, 1992. That's the main hook for the gargantuan tribute to the band in the sixth and latest issue of L.A.'s Flood magazine. The back half of the issue, spanning 71 pages, is dedicated to articles about that album, the band's...

Why The Beastie Boys' Check Your Head Is Still Rap-Rock's Greatest Masterpiece

Until 1992’s Check Your Head, no one had artfully weaved hardcore punk, turntablist scratching, ’70s funk and ’80s rap into a definitive statement.

Riot Fest 2017 lineup: NIN, QOTSA, New Order, Paramore, MIA, Wu-Tang, TVOTR, more

In addition to a Jawbreaker reunion, the STACKED Riot Fest Chicago also includes Nine Inch Nails, Queens of the Stone Age, New Order, Paramore, Prophets of Rage, M.I.A., Wu-Tang Clan, Mike D (of Beastie Boys) DJ set, Gogol Bordello, Taking Back Sunday, TV on the Radio, Dinosaur Jr, Bad Brains, Built to Spill, X, The Menzingers, Buzzcocks, and SO MUCH more... Continue reading…

Give It Away in 20 Styles

Ten Second Songs‘ Anthony Vincent channels Anthony Kiedis, then takes a quick left turn to perform the Chili Peppers’ classic Give It Away in the style of 20 other musicians, from The Beastie Boys to Guns N’ Roses to David Bowie. The Twenty Øne Pilots bit was hilarious.

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