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 killerdamski on May 6, 2012 at 6:15pm
@THISIS50BOOKCLUB well said mate
@99CENT MCA was somebody great and will always be remembered you on the other hand are a lonely racist blogger that will be easily forgotten, Rest In Peace MCA, Rot In Pieces 99CENT
Comment by THISIS50BOOKCLUB on May 6, 2012 at 5:56pm
@99 Cent Typical shock value blogger, you have no history. Unlike MCA he will be studied CENTURIES from now, where children not even born yet would see the reason why they still collecting No Sleep til Brooklyn Checks, meanwhile if you had the misfortune of passing away tomorrow all you leave behind is a comment on thisis50... You lost fam, step your game up Long Live the Memory of MCA... Beastie Boys Forever!!!
Comment by st Vincent st west on May 6, 2012 at 2:02pm
underated to you @ Adrian Henderson i got all there albums
Comment by BUM A** N**** on May 6, 2012 at 1:20pm
f*** beasty boys, zionist jews c*** sucking f***. MCA,I'll see you in hell f*****. all you stans get the f*** out of here with that b*******. your explanation is worthless. beastie girls were corny, and had corny music. fake a** whitebread m************. go to a real hood. nobody give a f*** about them long jaw lne hving, crackhead looking jews.
Comment by THISIS50BOOKCLUB on May 6, 2012 at 12:36pm
Anyone dissing Beastie Boys, DISSED LL COOL J PUBLIC ENEMY REDMAN NAS and MC SERCH, 3rd Bass, s*** RUN DMC and any artist from Brooklyn and any artist ever signed to Def Jam... Sometime you commentors need to sit back and salute where its due. It all goes back to those not respecting History. they was just born and Hip Hop was handed to em like a baby bottle, so they grow up thinking legends like the Beastie Boys owe them an explanation... get outta here
Comment by BuckDat on May 6, 2012 at 11:53am
People not being a fan is what this comes down to and that's fine. Their impact on Hip-Hop, specifically in the URBAN department is a valid debate because they havent had nearly as much success in that department since the 80's. However on music, fashion and culture on a worldwide level, their impact cannot be debated.
Also, ask any Hip-Hop legend where they still get their respect from to this day. I'll give you a hint, it's not in Urban Radio. Go to Paid Dues or Rock the Bells sometime and tell me how many Crackers are there.
Comment by Adrian Henderson on May 6, 2012 at 11:45am
EPMD most underrated group in rap history..
Comment by Adrian Henderson on May 6, 2012 at 11:44am
Comment by killerdamski on May 6, 2012 at 11:17am
@99CENT you are so childish and bitter, grow up and step into 2012 your words are pointless there are too many white people in the game now, it has officially been taken over hahahahahahaha
Comment by THISIS50BOOKCLUB on May 6, 2012 at 10:34am
@G-UNIT91 then prove me wrong I have yet to meet someone born after 1990 speak intelligently about Hip Hop. I want to be proven wrong until then like I said if you was born after 1990 Dont comment on Hip Hop. Born Yesterday Generation. How You gonna disrespect Beastie Boys yet you bigging up any artsit signed to Def Jam, BEASTIE BOYS BUILT THAT LABEL.

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