Download Mick Boogie’s “Grand Royal” Beastie Boys Mixtape & Enter to Win Free Shirt!

Posted on: April 20th, 2012 at 9:32 am by

As of Saturday evening, the Beastie Boys are now officially hall of famers in the eyes of the rock and roll community. We popped the cork, so to speak, on Monday by mining the classic Yo! MTV Raps clip that was shot on the Bowery in 1988. Now, to further mark the occasion, DJ Mick Boogie assembled his own homage to the city-based trio – a mixtape of Beastie Boys cuts called “Grand Royal.”  Cover was shot by photographer Jonathan Mannion, whose credits also include Jay-Z, Eminem, and Lil Wayne.

Photo Credit: Jonathan Mannion

Download the Grand Royal mixtape here (or here, if that doesn’t work).

Also, in concert with its release, we are hosting a sweepstakes for Bowery Boogie readers, and are giving away three limited edition tees made by Homage and Mick Boogie. Just tell us your favorite Beasties track using the form below (official rules):

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