Watch An Unreleased Visual For The Beastie Boys & Nas’ Joint Track “Too Many Rappers” [VIDEO]

It’s a collaboration of epic proportions. “Too Many Rappers” was a single Nas did with The Beastie Boys for their last album Hot Sauce Committee Part Two. Although the single was cut from the album, the legendary trio still linked up with the Queensbridge rapper to film a visual for the single. A copy of the visual has been taking up space on the hard drive of the video’s editor Neal Usatin for several years…until now.

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Once Usatin uploaded the video to his website, diehard Beastie Boys fans found it and now the world can see the unique collabo come to life. Nas joined MCA, Ad-Rock, and Mike D as they hit up some local spots like a grocery store and a fast-food drive thru. But they couldn’t go their separate ways before sharing a stage together. Check out the visual for “Too Many Rappers” here.

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