Country Mike. The King of Lunch. Mike D. However you know him, Michael Diamond has been at the forefront of Hip-Hop since the early days. While his early punk direction with the Young Aborigines and early Beastie Boys lineup was abridged, he blended the punk fervor into the evolving hip-hop music scene to help create the unique sound the Beastie Boys are known for today. He was there, in New York City, when it all went down. This is his list. Boom it and you boom it and you boom it in your Jeep. Mike D's Quintessential New York Hip-Hop Sampling is now modulating to your dome featuring tracks by the Eric B. and Rakim, De La Soul, Jungle Brothers and more. Turn on, tune out, drop in.