Beastie Boys Gives Back To New York In A Big Way

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The Beastie Boys love to give back to New York City in any way they can, and now the guys are contributing in a big way using their own studio. The iconic rap group has just signed a deal that allows students of New York University to use their very own Oscilloscope recording studio. The deal is accompanied with the Clive Davis Institute of Recorded Music at NYU, which will give students the opportunity to produce recordings there.

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Chairman Jeff Rabhan, of the Institute, spoke on the announcement through his Twitter, writing, “Psyched to announce that @CliveDavisInst inked a deal with The Beastie Boys to work and record in their famed Oscilloscope studio in NYC.” This sounds like an amazing opportunity for NYU students, and we’re glad that the Beastie Boys are making their legacy stand strong.

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