It’s every fan’s dream to dig up something new about their favorite band. For one Beastie Boys enthusiast, that just came true, when they discovered that the website for film editor Neal Usatin had a previously unreleased music video on it.
The Nas collaboration “Too Many Rappers” was released on the band’s 2011 album, Hot Sauce Committee Part Two, but the Roman Coppola-directed music video was never distributed. Some fans didn’t even think it existed. Though the clip is fairly straightforward—the guys hit the stage, hang out and perform in a grocery store—it’s always nice to see more of the late Adam “MCA” Yauch, who died one year after the album came out.
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