Rest in peace, John Berry! The 52-year-old was a founding member of the hugely successful Beastie Boys before they really blew up. Unfortunately, he died on May 19 after suffering from dementia. Here’s what we know so far.
This is totally heartbreaking to rap/rock fans everywhere. John Berry, one of the original members of the wildly popular Beastie Boys, sadly passed away on May 19 in Massachusetts. The rocker was 52, and had been suffering from dementia. We have all the devastating details, here.
Brooklyn in the house! Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders will clash in the New York City borough on April 14. If you need to know what time and how to watch the Brooklyn Democratic debate, click for all the info!
It’s time to blast some Beastie Boys because it’s “No Sleep ‘Till Brooklyn” for Hillary Clinton, 68, and Bernie Sanders, 74. These two political rivals are primed for the next Democratic presidential debate in Brooklyn, and it’s one voters certainly don’t want to miss!
The Muppets rapping a Beastie Boys classic? Yes, please! A hilarious mashup of three quirky muppets rocking ‘So What’cha Want’ has hit the internet. Watch it below!
This viral video is almost too good to be true. See old footage of Swedish Chef, Beaker and Animal perfectly “performing” the classic hit by MCA, Ad-Rock and Mike D of the Beastie Boys — you won’t regret it!
They fought for their right! The Beastie Boys won their lawsuit against Monster Energy Co., after the brand allegedly used their music in one of their promotional videos. $1.7 million is not too bad to walk away with!
Hip-hop band Beastie Boys have finally won their legal battle! The band ordered a lawsuit back in 2012 against Monster Energy Co. when they illegally used the Beastie Boys’ music on their website. However, the boys came out with the win and were awarded $1.7 million for Monster Energy Co.’s wrong-doing — get the details here!
Although the surviving Beastie Boys remain uncertain about their musical future, Adam Horovitz and Mike Diamond are committed to preserving Adam Yauch’s legacy.
The Beastie Boys founding member’s legacy is already being felt after his tragic passing on May 4. Read on for Adam’s friends’ and fans’ reactions to his passing.
Beastie Boys rapper Adam Yauch — known by the stage name MCA — died May 4 at age 47. In the years leading up to his death, he fought a brave battle with cancer, and sadly leaves behind a wife and child. Within minutes of the news of his passing being made public, tons of celebrities took to Twitter to pay their respects to the pioneering musician.
The Beastie Boys frontman will be ‘spinning’ the candles on his cake today!
Adam Yauch has been a pioneer of hip-hop as a founding member of the New York City-based trio, the Beastie Boys. Having released eight studio albums with the band, Adam is currently recovering from cancer of his salivary gland after being diagnosed in 2009. Get all the details at Astrology.com!
Tons of amazing opportunities to get close to your favorite celebs will be up for auction tonight & HollywoodLife.com has the scoop!
Ever wonder how actress Gwyneth Paltrow stays in shape? Well, one lucky person may just find out in person by bidding on a chance to take a dance class with Gwyneth and her celebrity fitness trainer, Tracy Anderson at tonight’s 2nd Annual Bent on Learning benefit in NYC! Click to find out the other celebs selling themselves tonight!
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