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Watch Coldplay's Rendition Of Umbrella WITH Rihanna!

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Chris Martin took to his piano to completely transform the Beastie Boys' Fight For Your Right into a haunting, yet moving melody and he's done it again with Rihanna's Umbrella.

This time, however, the Coldplay singer let his fingers do the walking while RiRi herself came on stage to do the talking!

Check out the duo's INCREDIBLE performance (above) of her 2007 smash single during the band's Mylo Xyloto tour stop in Paris, France.

Then watch the rest of the boys join in to perform their collaboration with Rihanna, The Princess of ChinaAFTER THE JUMP!!!

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Kids' AWE-INSPIRING Sabotage Tribute To MCA + Beastie Boys

Listen up, y'all, it's a Sabotage.

Do you like the Beastie Boys? Do you like watching creative and imaginative kids in incredible, moving, and HILARIOUS videos?

If you said yes to either of the questions (above) then you MUST watch the video (also above).

This amazing homage to Adam Yauch is…words can't describe how amazingly epic this music video tribute is.

RIP MCA

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Elton John Tributes Beastie Boy Adam Yauch!

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How beautiful!

Elton John sent some touching sentiments into the universe last week.

The living legend addressed Adam Yauch's death at his Las Vegas concert, mentioning that while he wasn't super close with the Beastie Boys, he was a big a fan.

He reminisced about the time he saw them live at the Greek Theatre, saying he had the time of his life because they were so incredible.

So to pay tribute, he played Don't Let The Sun Go Down for MCA.

Check out his touching dedication (above) right before he goes into the performance.

Just make sure U have some kleenex near by!

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Beastie Boys Back In Billboard Action! Sales Up 1,235%!!!

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After news of Adam MCA Yauch's death hit the music industry harder than a pile of bricks last week, fans went on a Beastie Boys shopping spree!

While the 1986 album Licensed to Ill reenters the Top 20 with 19,000 copies sold, overall album sales reach an astonishing 55,000 compared to the previous week's 4,000!!! WoWza…

Now, as far as digital songs go… pull up a chair!

The musical pioneers sold

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Beastie Boys Sued The Day Before Adam Yauch’s Death

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While the two events are obviously not related, that is a sh*tload of negativity pouring on remaining Beastie Boy members Michael Diamond AKA Mike D, and Adam Horovitz AKA Ad-Rock.

The day before Beasite Adam Yauch passed away due to cancer complications, the iconic band was sued by Hip-Hop label TufAmerica, who claim the boys - along with Universal Music Group - illegally sampled sounds on their first two career-defining albums Licensed to Ill and Paul’s Boutique.

TufAmerica alleges the Beasties wrongfully

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Adam ‘Ad Roc’ Horovitz Remembers Beastie Adam Yauch

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While many are mourning MCA aka Adam Yauch, his fellow Beastie Boys have obviously been among the hardest hit by the rapper/activist’s tragic passing.

Beastie Adam ‘Ad Roc’ Horovitz recently posted a message of thanks to the band’s tumblr, along with the above pic, saying:

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Red Hot Chili Peppers Dedicate Newark Concert To Late MCA Adam Yauch

The death of Beastie Boy Adam Yauch devastated the music world (and us) this past Friday.

While some celebs mourned the late MCA through Twitter, Coldplay honored Adam's playful spirit in a cover of Fight For Your Right, and comedian Fred Armisen donned clothing similar to the iconic rapper's during the closing credits of SNL.

The Red Hot Chili Peppers also payed tribute to their fellow Rock and Roll Hall of Famer at their Newark, New Jersey show Friday, playing versions of What'cha Want and Gratitude, which are both off of the Beastie Boys' 1992 album, Check Your Head.

Frontman Anthony Keidis dedicated the show to Yauch, and in a heartwarming statement said:

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