Michael “Mike D” Diamond and Adam “Ad-Rock” Horovitz, the two surviving members of the Beastie Boys, are co-authoring a memoir of their time in one of the most important hip-hop acts of the past three decades. According to the New York …
But last week, a viral advertisement made by the start-up GoldieBlox reminded the internet that the Beastie Boys were once the very epitome of the brand of immature male entitlement they would later decry. And lawyers for the Beastie
Oh, internet. Sometimes I love you so hard. It’s easy to mess up a Muppets Beastie Boys cover, but this mashup video of Swedish Chef, Animal and Beaker “performing” the Beastie Boys’ “So What’cha Want” has been the brightest moment …
But the HomePod nailed the bass in Beastie Boys’ “Shake Your Rump.” The takeaway from our tests is that Sonos speakers sound calibrated to pay deep …
The Beastie Boys have filed a counterclaim against GoldieBlox, the toy company which scored a viral video hit with a parody of the group’s song “Girls” but later sought a court judgment that their video was a fair use. In fact, the music …
All of which is to say, this two-year old Daft Punk and Beastie Boys mashup is getting passed around this week ... All products featured were editorially selected. PEOPLE.com may receive a percentage of sales for items purchased from …
The tongue-in-cheek Beastie Boys party anthem "Girls" took on a more serious cast recently when it became the crux of a legal battle between the band and a toy company who parodied the jam in a viral ad. After filing a lawsuit fighting the …
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Look here, you can still see it. It hurt like shit. What would your specialist subject on Mastermind be? Tribe Called Quest or Beastie Boys. I was going to do it! They did a 1xtra special, but it didn't work out. I was pissed because I think I …
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Last week, we showed you this new advertisement from the girls toy company GoldieBlox, spoofing the Beastie Boys’ song “Girls.” Well, the company’s use of the song has sparked a legal battle over copyright infringement — but before …
Ricky Powell is known for his candid street photography, capturing moments during hip-hop’s “Golden Age” and the 1980s downtown art scene in New York City, with his subjects ranging from the Beastie Boys and Run-DMC to Andy Warhol …