In case you missed the June edition of Daft Punk Remixes, here’s a refresh with a wider selection of EDM & House artists. The Beastie Boys, Daft Punk, Kraftwerk, Skrillex, and Deadmau5 have been inspiring generations of electronic music. Show More Summary
As far as these things go, this video of the Muppets singing So What'cha Want by the Beastie Boys is pretty near perfect. See also The Muppets singing Kanye West's Monster and the Sesame Street gang doing the Beastie Boys' Sure Shot. Oh, and the classic Bert & Ernie rap video: (via subtraction) Tags: Beastie Boys music remix The Muppets video
This lore is so popular that the Beastie Boys even wrote a song about it. It's not easy to create a masterful pop song that will stick in the minds of listeners and repeat over and over again in just three minutes.
Animal, Beeker and the Swedish Chef lace up their shell toes as Ad Rock, Mike D and the late MCA in this randomly perfect Muppets tribute to the Beastie Boys. (Side note: Up until this very moment, I thought the last line was an awesome cunnilingus reference, i.e.: “I got news for your cooch, I’ll [...]
From the Muppets covering the Beastie Boys to Conan’s heartfelt tribute to Robin Williams, watch our countdown of this week’s buzziest videos.
The Swedish Chef, Beeker and Animal just cemented their spots in the felt-based creature hip-hop Hall of Fame
So what'cha want? More of this!
When we make a list of all the things that make us happy (giant tortoises, grilled cheese with bacon, not being infested with bedbugs), The Beastie Boys and The Muppets are definitely up there. So we were overjoyed to see this mashup...Show More Summary
Def Jam Records, the label responsible for some of the most influential hip hop ever released (Beastie Boys, Public Enemy, Kanye West, much more), is celebrating its 30th anniversary this year and in honor of that they'll throw a...
Here's something amazing: The Muppets rapping Beastie Boys' 1992 rap track, "So What'cha Want." Director Mylo the Cat spliced some old Muppets footage of what looks like some kind of St. Patrick's Day special together with the song and boom! Magic. Show More Summary
How is everyone's Wednesday? Are you having a good day? Anyone in need of a Muppets video? I thought so! Read more...
One thing's for sure: It beats the shit out of "Manhattan Melodies."
Look, just because it’s easy to make a video where puppets sing along with a random audio track doesn’t make it not funny. This simple yet enduring truth is demonstrated by Adam Schleichkorn of Mylo The Cat and This Is How You Go Viral’s...Show More Summary
Terminator FAQs; Horror Movie Icons as Scooby Doo villains; The Muppets do Beastie Boys' 'So What'cha Want' - and more!
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
Ourlongnationalnightmareisover.WefinallyhaveamashupoftheBeastieBoys’“SoWhat’chaWant”andfootagefromSesameStreet.Itwastensethereforawhile,butAdamSchleichkornofMylotheCat andIsThisHowYouGoViral hasmadeithappenatlonglast.He’shesameguybehindthe“GetLucky” SesameStreetmashup.
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