Less than two weeks ago, GoldieBlox founder Debbie Sterling posted an open love letter to the Beastie Boys, expressing the best of intentions in parodying the group’s song Girls in her sassy-young-girls-gone-Rube-Goldberg-wild video. She also filed a ...
Bloomberg · 12/12/2013
This June 5, 2007, file photo shows the Beastie Boys, Adam Horovitz (Ad-Rock), left, Michael Diamond (Mike D) and the late Adam Yauch (MCA) at the 11th annual Webby Awards in New York. (Photo: Stephen Chernin, AP) The Beastie Boys say they …
USA Today · ByBrian Mansfield andEst November · 11/26/2013
Beastie Boys songs brought hip-hop to the mainstream, with its innovative sound. Now, more than 25 years later, the hip-hop community is mourning the loss of Adam “MCA” Yauch — one of the Beastie Boys' founding members. The 47-year-old rapper ...
Popcrush · ByTrent Fitzgerald · 5/5/2012
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( The toy company behind the viral advertisement that used a parody of the song "Girls" to mock stereotyped toys for young women has filed a lawsuit fighting copyright infringement claims by the Beastie Boys. According to The …
CNN · 11/26/2013
It's the commercial that's struck a chord with viewers everywhere, raking in more than 8 million clicks on YouTube. And now, in a surprising move, GoldieBlox, the toy company that took on girl stereotypes, is taking on the Beastie Boys, the band that first ...
ABC News · 11/25/2013
Over a music career of more than 25 years, the Beastie Boys evolved from a goofy rap trio to a conscientious band with more nuanced positions on politics and art. But now that group, which says on principle that it does not allow its music to be used in ...
The New York Times · ByDave Itzkoff · 11/25/2013
Millions of viewers around the world may love the GoldieBlox commercial that soared to Internet fame last week, but apparently the Beastie Boys aren't happy with one aspect of the girl-empowerment music video. According to The Hollywood Reporter, the hip ...
The Huffington Post · BySara Gates · 11/25/2013
The Beastie Boys’ initial lineup was Diamond on vocals, Yauch on bass, John Berry on guitar, and Kate Schellenbach—later of Luscious Jackson—on drums, a core that had grown out of a previous group, the Young Aborigines. Horovitz was fronting his …
New York Magazine · 4/26/2011
The Beastie Boys won $668,000 in attorney’s fees from Monster Energy in addition to a $1.7 million jury award over the company’s use of the iconic band’s songs in a promotional video, court records show.
New York Post · ByJosh Saul · 6/17/2015
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A New York judge says the maker of the Monster Energy drink must pay $668,000 of the Beastie Boys' legal fees after the rappers chose to win at all costs in their copyright violation trial. The judge wrote in a ruling …
Billboard · 6/17/2015
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