Beastie Boys legends Ad-Rock and Mike D are today’s guests on Stretch and Bobbito’s NPR podcast What’s Good, and if you’re a Beastie Boys lifer like me, it’s a must listen. They talk about their early days coming up in the New York punk scene, the golden era of Def Jam Records, mourning MCA, and their new Beastie Boys book. Listen and read excerpts form the interview HERE.
During the “Impression Session” of the podcast, Bobbito plays this 2017 Tanika Charles record “Soul Run”—pretty dope…
The New Yorker writer Hua Hsu posted this rare, early ’90s video clip last night on Twitter of the Beastie Boys hanging out on the street in the Fillmore district of San Francisco with local rap group Totally Insane. As a Bay Area native and a huge Beasties fan, this makes me so happy. Plus the song they’re listening to is dope! Check it out it in full below, it’s called “What Ya Know” off their 1992 album District From The Backstreet.
Stay tuned for more Random Rap Ads, coming soon…
There’s a nice story in the latest issue of Rolling Stone about Beastie Boys living legend Mike D’s new life in Malibu. Read it HERE.