- Wed Sep 14, 2016, 3:35 AM GMT
The video features cameos from Beck's children Cosimo and Tuesday as well as some visual artists like Sam Cannon, Randy Cano, Andy Gregg, David McLeod, John McLaughlin, Jess Rona and Steve Smith.READ MORE
Beck was born Beck David Campbell on July 8, 1970, in Los Angeles, California, into an artistic, Scientologist family. His father was a conductor and string arranger, and his mother was an ex-Warholian actress. His grandfather, Alfred Earl "Al" Hansen, was a key Fluxus artist.
After dropping out of school when he was in the 10th grade, Beck began playing acoustic blues and folk music in local coffeehouses and as a street busker in the early 1990s. After trying to make it in New York, Beck was discovered in 1991 by the independent label Bong Load Custom Records, and while working with representatives from the label, he was persuaded to work hip-hop beats into his rock music. Recording with Karl Stephenson and Calvin Johnson, he released the single "MTV Makes Me Want to Smoke Crack" in 1992.
The rapper will take the main stage in June and is expected to release his new album before the festival.READ MORE
'I was inaccurate with the concept of a gentleman who plays 14 instruments not respecting artistry,' the rapper says of the multi-instrumentalist in a new interview.READ MORE
The duo has premiered a new song 'Sometime I Fell So Deserted' as the first taste of what will be their first album in five years before releasing the first official single 'Go' on May 4.READ MORE