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Too Many Rappers

"Too Many Rappers"
Hot Sauce Committee Part Two
Released July 21, 2009
Format Digital download, 12"
Recorded 2008
Genre Alternative hip hop, rap rock, funk rock, dubstep
Length 4:51 (New Reactionaries/Album version)
4:24 (Single version)
Label Capitol
Writer(s) Michael Diamond, Adam Horovitz, Adam Yauch, Nasir Jones
Producer Beastie Boys
Beastie Boys singles chronology

"Lee Majors Come Again"
(2009)
"Too Many Rappers"
(2009)
"Make Some Noise"
(2011)

Nas singles chronology
"Fall in Love"
(2009)
"Too Many Rappers"
(2009)
"As We Enter"
(2010)

"Too Many Rappers" is a song by American hip hop group the Beastie Boys, released as the second single from their eighth studio album Hot Sauce Committee Part Two. It features fellow American rapper Nas. The song was nominated for Best Rap Performance by a Duo or Group at the 52nd Grammy Awards.

The song was released digitally to iTunes and Amazon, as well as on 12" vinyl, on July 21, 2009, about two years prior to the release of the album. The version featured on Hot Sauce Committee Part Two is an alternate version, known as the "New Reactionaries" version.

Track listing

Digital download
No. Title Length
1. "Too Many Rappers" (featuring Nas) 4:24
12" single

All songs are featuring Nas.

No. Title Length
1. "Too Many Rappers"   4:24
2. "Too Many Rappers" (instrumental)  
3. "Too Many Rappers" (a capella)  

Charts

Chart (2009) Peak
position
Canadian Hot 100[1] 70
U.S. Billboard Hot 100[2] 93

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