Remembering Adam Yauch

Monday, May 07, 2012

The Beastie Boys: (L-R) Adam Horovitz, Mike Diamond and Adam Yauch at the 11th Annual Webby Awards in 2007. The Beastie Boys: (L-R) Adam Horovitz, Mike Diamond and Adam Yauch at the 11th Annual Webby Awards in 2007. (Bryan Bedder/Getty)

We remember the guy known as "MCA." Adam Yauch, one of the founding Beastie boys from Brooklyn, died suddenly and unexpectedly late last week from cancer. The Beastie boys were the so-called white crossover hip hop act that sold more than 40 million albums and helped to make hip-hop mainstream.

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Javier Guzman

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