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Unreleased 'Too Many Rappers' Beastie Boys Featuring Nas Video Surfaces

By HHL Editors
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On the Beastie Boys' last album, 2011's Hot Sauce Committee Part Two, they did the track 'Too Many Rappers' with fellow New York City legend Nas. Such a collaboration certainly deserved a video, and one was shot with powerhouse director Roman Coppola.

For whatever reason, the video wasn't released. A poster on a Beastie Boys' forum has  just found the long-lost visuals on a music video editor's website. Check it out.

It's the typical DIY aesthetic from the Beasties, this time with cross-borough buddy Nas adding to the fun.

How do you think the foursome's message of "too many rappers and not enough emcees" plays four years later?

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