While hip hop and punk rock defied the odds and rebelled against the conventional, the Beastie Boys were the epitome of this revolutionary ride. As “Beings Entering Anarchistic States Towards Internal Excellence,” Mike D, MCA, and the King Adrock maintained this message and sense of humor for over three decades.

Infusing an eclectic mix of genres, with street cred to add, the three MC’s from the five boroughs, never ceased to rhyme the rhyme well. Most significantly, The Beastie Boys taught the world, you gotta fight for your right, to partyyyy!

We’ve gotta start with Dr.Cranfill’s pick:

“Hey Ladies”

[metrolyrics artist=”Beastie Boys” song=”Hey Ladies”]

Make that 11, here is Tami Heide’s pick:

“Cookie Puss”

“So What Cha Want”

[metrolyrics artist=”The Beastie Boys” song=”So What Cha Want”]


[metrolyrics artist=”Beastie Boys” song=”Intergalactic”]

“Sure Shot”

[metrolyrics artist=”Beastie Boys” song=”sure shot”]

“No Sleep Til Brooklyn”

[metrolyrics artist=”Beastie Boys” song=”No Sleep Til Brooklyn”]


[metrolyrics artist=”Beastie Boys” song=”sabotage”]

“Jimmy James”

[metrolyrics artist=”Beastie Boys” song=”Jimmy James”]

“You Gotta Fight For Your Right To Party”

[metrolyrics artist=”Beastie Boys” song=”Fight For Your Right To Party”]

“Pass The Mic”

[metrolyrics artist=”Beastie Boys” song=”Pass The Mic”]

“Brass Monkey”

[metrolyrics artist=”Beastie Boys” song=”Brass Monkey”]


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