The summer of 2009 was supposed to be a glorious time for the Beastie Boys. Their new album Hot Sauce Committee Part 1 was in the can and scheduled for a September 15th release date, and they were booked at festivals all across America in the months leading up to...
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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. […]
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 [...]
The Beastie Boys released a trailer Thursday for their 30-minute short 'Fight for Your Right -- Revisited' in support of the trio's forthcoming new album 'Hot Sauce Committee Part Two.' And it's a doozy. As MGM used to say, there's more stars here than in the heavens: Danny McBride, Seth Rogen, Elijah Wood, Will Ferrell, John C. Show More Summary
You can put Sriracha on anything—eggs, sandwiches, noodles. It would probably even make human flesh taste delicious. Now The Oatmeal teamed up with food purveyor JD's to marry the scrumptious hot sauce with popcorn. Nobel Committee, are you paying attention? More »
Right after Adam Yauch came out to the public about his cancer diagnosis, The Beastie Boys sat down with The Stool Pigeon to discuss their future album "Hot Sauce Committee Part 1" and Yauch's illness. The Beastie Boy's singer passed away yesterday at the age of 47. Show More Summary
This isn't a Best Album of the Year list. I can't tell you truthfully that I've listened to every album released in 2011. There are albums that I've barely listened to (Austra's Feel It Break, Beastie Boys' Hot Sauce Committee Part Two), some I've wilfully ignored (LeAnn Rimes's Lady & Gentlemen) and others that I'm [...]
The Beastie Boys haven't been too visible in coordination with the release of Hot Sauce Committee Part Two, forgoing any tour dates and limiting their press tour to a handful of interviews. The good thing, though, is that they're the Beastie Boys, and dealing with limitations just makes them get creative. Show More Summary
Beastie Boys have posted a new video for "Don't Play No Game That I Can't Win" from Hot Sauce Committee Pt 2 featuring an appearance from Santigold. Well actually, Santigold doesnt appear in the video, and neither does the...
Music Video of the Day: Beastie Boys – “Don’t Play No Game That I Can’t Win” (ft. Santigold) Spike Jonze directs the latest visuals for the boys latest LP, Hot Sauce Committee Part Two. [fod.] Tagged: Beastie Boys, Hot Sauce Committee, Music Video, Santigold, Spike Jonze
It's here. The Beastie Boys' new music video for "Don't Play No Game That I Can't Win", featuring Santigold, from new album Hot Sauce Committee Part 2. Directed by Spike Jonze, it features action figures of all three members of the band as well as Santigold, and it is awesome. Show More Summary
The Beastie Boys want you to get your Dad their new album, Hot Sauce Committee Part Two, on vinyl, this Father's Day. Originally posted at The Audiophiliac
Party-starting production duo Major Lazer (aka Diplo and Switch) have remixed the Beastie Boys' "Don't Play No Game That I Can't Win", the Santigold collaboration from their Hot Sauce Committee Part 2 album. Listen to the track at this Soundcloud page, via This Is Fake DIY.
Beastie Boys Hot Sauce Committee Part Two [Capitol; 2011] by Andrew Eastwick Rating: Those of us who cherish the Beastie Boys have come to expect a lot from them. When a group reinvents itself with each of its first three albums, it's setting the bar high, and long gaps between albums only serve to heighten expectations. Show More Summary
The Beastie Boys talked about their new album ‘Hot Sauce Committee Part Two’. “The difference I think with ‘Hot Sauce Committee’ is that it’s layered, but...
NPR’s Fresh Air recently re-aired an old interview with the Beastie Boys to go with the most formal review of Hot Sauce Committee Part Two in the world (“my favourite couplet goes…”). They were asked if they knew when they started out that they would still be together 25 years later. They responded: Mr. YAUCH: [...]
Click image to download full album Sounds like: RUN-D.M.C., De La Soul, Public Enemy, Rage Against The Machine "The Beastie Boys - OK" What's so good? The Beastie Boys — Mike “Mike D” Diamond, Adam “Ad Rock” Horovitz, and Adam “MCA” Yauch — have made their triumphant return with their eighth studio album, Hot Sauce Committee Pt. Show More Summary