Erick Sermon Says Beastie Boys Among 3 Greatest In Hip Hop History Along With Run DMC & LL Cool J [Video]

 

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With the passing of MCA of the Beastie Boys on Friday, Erick Sermon sat down with The Source to talk about the influence the Beastie Boys had on hip hop and where they rank on his list of all time rap artists.




 

 

 

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Comment by BuckDat on May 5, 2012 at 5:01pm
Forgot to mention...Ad Rock discovering LL in Rick's dorm and making the beat to "I need a beat"...both PRE-License era, not to mention the many Post-License era things...is enough to me to be considered an integral part of the culture.
Now i'm gonna go try and re-learn the Graditute bassline. MCA's many basslines alone are enough for legendary status.
Comment by BuckDat on May 5, 2012 at 4:25pm
1Thug, i'm sure there was a point in MC Lyte's life when she discovered Hip-Hop. Why would that not also be jumping on a bandwagon or Pac when he became Gangsta Rap? Cause they're black and were slightly poorer?
Comment by DB on May 5, 2012 at 4:19pm
Where do you get your info on me from? Non violence,when did I state that? It's obvious you didn't read my post.I'm done, your just an ignorant,homophobic child, throwing around insults hoping to get a laugh. Your not trying to have a debate, you just wanna snap & take so called personal jabs. Your a joke & to continue I would be playing myself . Have a good one
Comment by EZBands make StillG.AY mom dance on May 5, 2012 at 4:18pm
Ok cool. Yeh, rebel is the word I was looking for. When you look at it, Dr Dre, Jermaine Dupri, Ice Cube, Kanye West.. all those guys seemed to only found a rebellious spirit after they got into the game and felt validated. Added to that, they were now in the company of an entourage populated with free spirited individuals, that a lot of their secondary personality traits is basically learned behaviour.
Comment by BuckDat on May 5, 2012 at 4:16pm
Oh and Hip-Hop is a form of rock. most specifically, it's the closest thing to punk. And if a Hip Hop DJ plays a Pop record or even a heavy metal record...guess what? It's STILL HIP-HOP. Ask Afrika Bambatta. 1Thug, you need to have a sit down with Chuck D. ;)
Comment by 1THUG aka Tha NYCHA LEGEND!! on May 5, 2012 at 4:15pm
Mc lyte >>>>>>>>>>>>beastie boys.
Comment by 1THUG aka Tha NYCHA LEGEND!! on May 5, 2012 at 4:13pm
So drakes and neck cannon can be a ganskta rapper and thazz real too huh??? No! Iss not...them neggaz is more rock than hiphop and that was how they started and failed so rick rubens groom them n tha mold of rappers...that is tha feggin truth...based on real events not opinions and betch negga feelinz about what is what.
Comment by 1THUG aka Tha NYCHA LEGEND!! on May 5, 2012 at 4:08pm
If you say you for nonviolence then use violence to defend...that is HYPOCRASY!! If you for nonviolence then you cant use it under any circumstance
Comment by 1THUG aka Tha NYCHA LEGEND!! on May 5, 2012 at 4:05pm
So accordin to db he could take d!ck in his butt and still be strate!! We talkin about wuss real...pac was not a thug, but his essence was to be a rebel. He juss expressed it in thuggish behavior. From being reared by black panthaz you got no choice but to have a rebellious mind, but pac wasnt a thug. That part of him i could see through...pac was nice kind dude at heart...i met him wit khalil cain so i feel i could speak on that. Tha thug life was part of his plan but he really wasnt that.
Comment by BuckDat on May 5, 2012 at 4:04pm
Also, starting the arguement from the perspective of, "Well, they didn't start out in the culture" is so pointless. Most everyone in the culture has to have a starting point. The things added to the culture SINCE the License era cannot be disputed. All the DJ's, from the cats at Delicious Vinyl, Hurra, Mixmaster Mike....putting Public Enemy and the Roots on their first tours. Grand Royal Records and Magazine. I've said it for years, they're always about 10 years ahead of MANY things that become the norm in Hip-Hop. It's something that people not familiar with their post-License work are aware.



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