Beastie Boys Honored By Cool Breakdancing Tibetan Monks

Posted: May 7 2014, 1:49am CDT | by , Updated: May 7 2014, 2:19pm CDT , in Also on the Geek Mind


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Beastie Boys honored by Breakdancing Monks
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Last weekend was MCA-Day to honor late Beastie Boy Adam Yauch. A group of Tibetan Monks performed a very cool breakdance session to honor the influential artist. Watch the cool video below.

Adam Yauch (MCA) died on May 4 2012 of cancer. The influential and multi-talented artist is best known as one of the Beastie Boys founders. Last weekend MCA-Day was held in the small park named after Yauch in New York. As part of the celebrations a group of Tibetan monks performed a breakdance session to a Beastie Boys track that is going viral. You can watch the video below.

Adam Yauch was a Buddhist. This is the inspiration for this unique breakdance performance. The four monks are dressed in the traditional Tibetan monks outfit. It is not known if they are real monks, but they definitely have the skills of trained monks. Are they calling themselves Beastie Monks?

MCA-DAY "Buddhist Monks" from KNARF® New York on Vimeo.

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