Grab your Ray Bans and backwards Fedoras, a Beastie Boys musical will be opening in London next month, under the iconic title of the groups seminal 1986 debut Licensed to Ill. Set to be staged at the Camden People’s Theatre, the show will follow the group as they rise to fame, with the lives of
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Following on from the barnstorming success of Straight Outta Compton, Hollywood is wasting no time getting other a-list hip hop properties onto the silver screen. While we heard recently that a Death Row Records film has been green lit, the latest news in tinseltown’s love affair with the pioneers of hip hop being that Def
Widely viewed as one of the best DJs of all time, ex-Beastie Boys resident scratcher Mix Master Mike has confirmed he will be heading back Down Under for a brief headlining stint this November. As far as dedicating your life to music goes, few have immersed themselves in a manner as thoroughly as Mix Master
“Oh no, another boring memoir from a band past their prime,” said no one ever when discussing the recently announced memoirs from the surviving members of The Beastie Boys. The book even has the publishing house excited given the potential for awesomeness that Mike D and Ad-Rock hold. The hip-hop group stuck the publishing deal
According to an article by Music Fix, hip hop greats the Beastie Boys’ record sales have increased an astronomical 1,235% since the tragic passing of MCA, real name Adam Yauch.
Gawker have managed to keep an active video uploaded of previously unreleased footage of The Beastie Boys performing on The Chappelle Show. According to Gawker and other reports, the clip was originally uploaded by Neal Brennan, who was the co-creator of the Chappelle Show. The footage comes from the third season of The Chappelle Show,