"Beastie Boys Story" Documentary Out Now

The Spike Jonze-directed "Beastie Boys Story" was released on Friday (April 24). The nearly two-hour film stars the surviving members of the New York City-bred trio — Michael "Mike D" Diamond and Adam "Ad-Rock" Horovitz — looking back on their roughly 40-year career. 

From their early punk rock days and "Licensed To Ill" superstardom to the sobering commercial failure of 1989's "Paul's Boutique" and triumphant reinvention, they touch on all formidable moments on their journey. 

The most emotional moment came as they were talking about Adam "MCA" Yauch, who passed away from cancer in 2012. Ad-Rock is unable to finish his thought as tears well up in his

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Prince Paul Teams Up With Don Newkirk For "Who Killed Malcolm X?" Score

Legendary producer Prince Paul has once again linked up with fellow BROOKZILL! member Don Newkirk to score the soundtrack for the new Abdul-Rahman Muhammad-directed Netflix documentary "Who Killed Malcom X?"

He shared the news in a Facebook post on Thursday (February 6), promising a limited vinyl run in the coming months.

“If you wondered Where I was all last summer, I was in the studio scoring this powerful documentary with @donnewkirk,” he wrote. “I am proud to say that it will be premiering on Netflix tomorrow. There will be a VERY VERY limited vinyl press this summer! So make sure you stay tuned and cop one.”

"Who Killed Malcolm X?" premiered on Friday (February 7).

Check out the trailer below. 

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Lords Of The Underground Are Back With "Insomniac" Video

Lords Of The Underground burst onto the scene in 1993 with their "Here Come The Lords" album, which featured songs such as "Chief Rocka" and "Funky Child." The trio — comprised of DoItAll, Mr. Funke and Lord Jazz — released three more albums, culminating with 2007's "House Of Lords."

Now, the Newark-bred hip-hop vets are back with a new video for "Insomniac," the inaugural single from their first album in 13 years, "So Legendary."

Produced by Snowgoons, the track is reminiscent of the Lords Of The Underground's traditional '90s boom bap style and finds all three members back in top form. 

Check out the video below. 

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