The Beastie Boys' Michael "Mike D" Diamond recently got nostalgic about the 1990's in an interview withÂ Vanity Fair. Â
Mike D's thoughts have been chopped up into multiple videos. Â He discussed the Biggie-Tupac feud in this video.
He also talked about grunge in the early 1990's. Â Mike D explains how music and fashion changed from the late 1980's:
â€œAll of a sudden, grunge came in, it wasnâ€™t cool anymore, if you were a guy at the gas station, to be into Warrant. Â You couldnâ€™t have big, fluffy long hairâ€”you had to have fucked-up shorter hair and a plaid shirt. You couldnâ€™t be walking around the gas station in spandex anymore.â€
Â In an upcoming clip,Â Mike D will talk about The Beastie Boys, particularly the group'sÂ SabotageÂ video.