Rap group with the classic 1986 album Licensed to Ill … or a description of 17- 24- 48- and 57-Across? Crossword Clue NYT (May 2023)

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Crossword Clue Rap group with the classic 1986 album Licensed to Ill … or a description of 17- 24- 48- and 57-Across?
Answer BEASTIEBOYS
Length 11 letters
Crossword Clue Explanation The Beastie Boys are a legendary American hip hop group known for their fusion of punk rock and rap. Their debut album, Licensed to Ill, released in 1986, was the first rap album to reach No. 1 on the Billboard 200 chart. The clue is referring to the fact that each of the answers to the other clues (17-Across, 24-Across, 48-Across, and 57-Across) includes the word “beast” in it, making them “beastly” like the Beastie Boys.
Clue Category Music

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Rap group with the classic 1986 album Licensed to Ill … or a description of 17- 24- 48- and 57-Across? Crossword Answer with 11 letters is:

  • BEASTIEBOYS

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