We revisit the club that brought nightlife to the deepest edge of downtown, welcomed legends like the Ramones and Beastie Boys, and transformed resident DJ Chris Sheppard into a globe-trotting superstar. The massive club The Guvernment hosted its last event Sunday, as Deadmau5 closed out the joint that propelled his career. Show More Summary
This is a bunch of Muppets footage edited by Youtuber isthishowyougoviral to appear that Rowlf the Dog is singing Biz Markie's iconic 'Just A Friend' to Miss Piggy (previously: the Beastie Boys' 'So Watcha Want' and Naughty By Nature's 'Hip Hop Hooray'). Show More Summary
Remember that time when The Muppets rapped to Beastie Boys? Well, the furry creatures are at it again. Actually, mashup artist Mylo the Cat is at it again, and this time, Rowlf is at the piano singing Biz Markie's 1989 hit, "Just a Friend." It's vintage footage paired with a vintage song, but it feels so very fresh and fantastic. Take a look below!
Mario Wienerroither is back with another music video devoid of any of its music. Previously, Weinerroither removed the music from David Bowie and Mick Jagger’s “Dancing In The Street” to hypnotic and hilarious results. The latest video...Show More Summary
Mario Wienerroither is keeping himself busy these days and just sent us his new video. This time, he took the music off Fight For Your Rights (To Party), a classic song by the Beastie Boys, transforming the original insane party into an even more insane and awkward act of vandalism. More »
“I hope no bad people show up.” Goofball Mario Wienerroither strips the music from the Beastie Boys’ classic Fight for Your Right (to Party) and turns it a regular old party. Assuming the parties you go to are like the ones we atten...
Mario Wienerroither (previously) of the DIGITALOFEN audiobakery recently stripped all the music out of the music video for the Beastie Boys‘ hit song from 1987, “(You Gotta) Fight for Your Right (to Party!)“. Wienerroither then dubbed over the music video with all sorts of wild sounds and voices. The original “(You Gotta) Fight For Your […]
Korn andSlipknotarecurrentlytakingtheirPrepareforHelltourthroughEurope,stoppinginLondon’sWembleyArenaforashowonFriday.That’swherebothbandsprovidedalittlesurpriseforfanswiththiscoverof“Sabotage”byBeastieBoys.Slipknot’sCoreyTaylor joinedKornonstageforthesong,somethingtheyhintedatonInstagram.
The Beastie Boys say they can't find work because of MCA's death... and they're so strapped for cash they can't even fight in court without someone covering the bill. Here's the dilemma... The Boys have beef with Monster Engery, whi...
The Beastie Boys triumph in a lawsuit against Monster Energy drink makers, but want more dough. Last June, the Beastie Boys won $1.7 million in a lawsuit against Monster Beverage Corp after the company admitted to using one of the band's songs in an ad without permission. Show More Summary
Back in 2011, Beastie Boys collaborated with Nas on this track and now four years later the Roman Coppola directed video surfaces.
The late Adam "MCA" Yauch made sure he wouldn't ever become a corporate shill—in his will, the Beastie Boy stated that "his image, music and any art he created could not be used for advertising." At the time details of his will wereShow More Summary
EU proposal on copyright reform released, Beastie Boys ask for legal fees in Monster Energy case and movie studios sue Chinese streaming site.
The rap group claims that the $1.7 million awarded to them for Monster Energy Drink’s use of their songs isn’t enough.
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Back in June, the Beastie Boys won a copyright lawsuit against Monster Energy Drink after the company used the band’s music and likeness in promos for a sponsored snowboard competition without their permission. The surviving Beastie Boys were awarded $1.7 million, but they are now asking for an additional $2.4 million to cover the legal [...]
MSGM creative director Massimo Giorgetti cites the Beastie Boys’ Intergalactic music video as the starting point for his fall-winter 2015 menswear collection. Evoking the 90s with relaxed silhouettes, the MSGM man was about comfort with denim jeans and jackets. Show More Summary
While it was just days ago when an important piece of Beastie Boys material surfaced, the trend of unearthing dusty, hip-hop gems continues with the release of Jay Z’s pre-Reasonable Doubt demo tape. While his debut in the industry came… The post Listen to Jay Z’s Pre-‘Reasonable Doubt’ Demo Tape appeared first on Highsnobiety.
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