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Hit Songs That the Artists Now Regret

Everyone has their special fuzzy memories of their favorite smashes over the years – but now and then, the artists themselves don’t exactly feel the same way about their own music.

Over time, plenty of different pop stars and singer-songwriters have spoken out following the smash success of their songs to reveal that, for one reason or another, they feel awkward, embarrassed or even ashamed about certain songs.

In some cases, it comes down to the lyrical content. And in others, it’s all due to the song’s complete over-saturation of the market. Regardless, these stars have enough distance between the song’s release and now to reflect on the choices they made.

We’ve gathered together some of the biggest hits from the likes of everyone from Taylor Swift to Radiohead, and how the artists really feel about the songs. Some of these are bound to surprise you!

Be sure to check out the most controversial and banned music videos of all time as well.

Click through to find out which hit songs artists now regret…

The Beastie Boys Call Out Racism Towards Asian Community Amid Pandemic

The Beastie Boys are not down with discrimination.

The “Intergalactic” New York hip-hop collective condemned racism towards the Asian community in a Facebook post on Thursday (April 9).

“How about we give it a break with racism. Being hateful towards people of Asian descent will not keep you safe from this Coronavirus. We’re all in this together,” the post reads.

To date, there have been over 1.6 million cases of the illness, and over 97,000 deaths as a result.

Founding Bestie Boys member Adam Yauch sadly died in 2012.

Many stars have also called out racist rhetoric from the White House amid the ongoing health crisis. Find out who else…

John Berry Dead - Original Beastie Boys Member Dies at 52

John Berry, one of the original members of the hip-hop group Beastie Boys, has died at age 52.

The former musician passed away after a battle with frontal lobe dementia on Thursday morning (May 19) at 7:30am at a hospice in Danvars, Massachusetts. John‘s death was confirmed to Rolling Stone by his father.

John went to high school with fellow group member Mike Diamond and he is credited with coming up with the name Beastie Boys. They formed the group with Adam Yauch and Kate Schellenbach back in July 1981.

We send our thoughts and condolences to John‘s loved ones during this difficult time.

Beastie Boys: 'Fight For Your Right - Revisited' Trailer!

Check out this trailer for the Beastie Boys‘ upcoming video “Fight For Your Right – Revisited” featuring a bunch of comedy all-stars.

The video will be a 30-minute long film that features the talents of Will Ferrell, Jack Black, Elijah Wood, John C. Reilly, Will Arnett, Danny McBride, Seth Rogen, and more. What a cast!

The Beastie Boys‘ long awaited eighth album, Hot Sauce Committee Part Two, will be released in stores on May 3.


Beastie Boys: ‘Fight For Your Right – Revisited” Trailer