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Two surviving members of the rap group claim that the toy company has committed 'unlawful acts of copyright infringement' by featuring 'Girls' in a video advertisement.
Founder Debbie Sterling explains that when her company posted the ad, they didn't know that Adam Yauch had requested not to let anyone use Beastie Boys' songs in advertising.
Despite being 'very impressed by... the message behind' the ad, the hip hop group says the video was made for commercial purpose and the company didn't ask for the band's permission to use their song.
Mike D and Ad Rock will tell the oral history of the band in a memoir unlike any others to celebrate their 30-year career in music.
The Boys file complaint against the energy-drink company for the unconsented use of 'Sabotage', 'So What'cha Want' and 'Looking Down the Barrel of a Gun'.
The NY State Senate also 'pause in its deliberations' to pay tribute to the late member of Beastie Boys.
The 'Rocket Man' hitmaker performs 'Don't Let the Sun Go Down on Me' in honor of the late Beastie Boys rapper.
Carrie's new album 'Blown Away' bows atop the album chart by selling 267,000 copies, while Beastie's first album 'Licensed to Ill' hits the eighteenth spot in the wake of Adam Yauch's passing.
Adam 'MCA' Yauch, Adam 'Ad-Rock' Horovitz and Michael 'Mike D' Diamond are accused of sampling Trouble Funk's works without consent.
'Licensed to Ill' climbs to No. 2 on iTunes' album chart in the wake of Adam Yauch's passing, while the unreleased performance from 'Chappelle's Show' is deleted due to copyright claim by Viacom.
While the MPAA has yet to announce the official rating for the sci-fi thriller, a pre-sale ticket stub for the much awaited movie allegedly reveals that it will be rated R.
The former frontman of The White Stripes is riding high on the success of his first solo studio album by entering Billboard Hot 200 at No. 1.
The RHCP lead singer, Anthony Kiedis, says of the late Beastie Boys star, 'He left the world a lot of beauty. I hope you carry that flame.'
Travis McCoy, Kid Rock and Black Thought join The Roots to perform a medley of 'No Sleep Till Brooklyn', 'So What'cha Want', 'Sabotage' and 'The New Style'.
The recently-released music video's popularity is partly his fans' attempt to make the video the most watched offering on the video-sharing site.