Kids Reenact Beastie Boys "Sabotage" Video as MCA Tribute

Okay, this is awesome. And not just because I have a soft spot in my heart for the Beastie Boys. Well, that might be part of it, but really, little kids dressed up in costume and lip syncing a rap song will pretty much win me over anytime. What’s cuter than tiny rappers? Not very much.

The story goes that James Winters, a Portland-based filmmaker, spent a week, with the help of his wife, filming his kids and nephew re-enacting the “Sabotage” video as a tribute to Adam Yauch, who was known as “MCA” to Beastie Boys fans. Yauch died earlier in the month after a long battle with throat cancer.

You can see the video, and embrace your inner Beastie Boys fan, below.

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Source: Gothamist

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