We gotta party for the motherfuckin' right to fight
The Beastie Boys‘ breakout hit was “Fight For Your Right (To Party),” the first major example of frat rap. The trio abandoned that image quickly and by their next album, firmly established themselves as great MCs.
Also a reference to Public Enemy’s “Party For Your Right to Fight.“
A long history of mutual respect, friendship and collaboration between these two groups is well-documented.
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