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A funny mashup featuring the cast of Sesame Street reenacting “Sabotage” by the Beastie Boys. About 3 years ago, I spent a Sunday editing a video of the Muppets rapping “So What’Cha Want”, which ended up being a total game-changer for me. Show More Summary
Mylo the Cat combined Sesame Street with Beastie Boys' delightfully campy and extremely classic music video, "Sabotage."
It’s time for the big Trump-Putin meeting … “Meth” and “buttocks” in a headline (...)
The internet really, really wants the Muppets to take their career to the rap world. While supercuts of Sesame Street Muppets rapping to popular hip hop songs has graced the internet for years, YouTuber isthishowyougoviral (yes, yes...Show More Summary
I mean, this is pretty good, but the original Sesame Street rap mashup is hard to top: Respect. Tags: Beastie Boys music remix Sesame Street TV video
Yes, it’s as amazing as it sounds.
The latest Muppets/rap mashup is the best of them all.
“There is a term in the legal world for such instructions — dead hand control — and, although compliance has varied and enforceability is debatable, they have been attempted by artists from Franz Kafka to a Beastie Boy.” The New York...Show More Summary
Spike Jonze's 1994 video for the Beastie Boys banger "Sabotage" is one of the all-time great music videos, a fake opening-credits sequence for a '70s cop show that really should've existed. Follow That Bird, meanwhile, is a 1985 movie about a villainous giant-bird social worker who tries to make Big Bird leave Sesame Street and…
Hot off the press out of the dimly lit editing bay of video editor Mylo The Cat (aka Adam Schleichkorn, previously) comes the cast of Sesame Street loosely reenacting the music video for the Beastie Boys' 1994 classic 'Sabotage' using clips from 'Follow That Bird'. Show More Summary
The original music video for the Beastie Boys’ “Sabotage” is an homage to the opening credits of 1970s crime dramas, with members of the esteemed hip-hop group appearing as fictional actors in an epic chase scene. That’s great and all, but you know what it was really missing? Muppets. Show More Summary
The cast of Sesame Street reenacts the song “Sabotage” by the Beastie Boys in a thrilling mashup by Adam Schleichkorn (a.k.a. “Mylo the Cat“). Here is the original music video. Big Bird Performs the DJ Jazzy Jeff and The Fresh Prince...Show More Summary
Mashup master Mylo the Cat diced up footage from the 1985 Sesame Street flick Follow That Bird to create a muppet version of the video for Beastie Boys’ 1994 classic Sabotage. The only thing missing are the cheesy ’70s mustaches.
This is the Beastie Boys and Big Bird mashup we never knew we were waiting for. Thank you, Mylo the Cat aka Adam Schleichkorn, for editing this for our viewing enjoyment. He writes: About 3 years ago, I spent a Sunday editing a video of the Muppets rapping “So What’Cha Want”, which ended up being a total game-changer for me. Show More Summary
Using post-production trickery, comedian and actor Jimmy Slonina multiplied himself for this spirited lip sync performance of the Beastie Boys 1987 classic Brass Monkey. It’s supremely entertaining, even if Jimmy looks really pissed off when he emotes.
Physical comedian, actor, and voice talent Jimmy Slonina has created a wonderful video where he lip syncs all three parts of the Beastie Boys‘ 1987 song “Brass Monkey.” Here is the original music video. Who hasn’t wished for at least...Show More Summary