"Pastiche of voices, images, irreverent humor and pop-culture reference points" planned by hip-hop group

Mike D and Ad-Rock of the Beastie Boys have reportedly signed a deal to release their memoirs in 2015.

The book comes following the two remaining members of the hip-hop group signing a deal with Random House imprint, Spiegel & Grau. The New York Times reports that the book is currently untitled and that it is unlikely to follow the structure of a traditional biography, focusing instead on a “pastiche of voices, images, irreverent humor and pop-culture reference points”.

Julie Grau of Spiegel and Grau offered some insight into what fans can expect from the book upon its release, suggesting it may take a similar tone and form to the group’s 1990 magazine Grand Royale. The Beastie Boys are “interested in challenging the form and making the book a multidimensional experience,” Grau said in an interview. “There is a kaleidoscopic frame of reference, and it asks a reader to keep up.” The book will be edited by Sacha Jenkins, a hip-hop journalist, and will be loosely structured as an oral history of the group from their beginnings in the music industry to the death of Adam Yauch.

Adam ‘MCA’ Yauch of Beastie Boys died in 2012. Yauch was diagnosed with cancer in 2009 and succumbed to the disease on May 4, 2012, aged 47.

Meanwhile, it was recently revealed that Mike D of the Beastie Boys has served over 19,000 free meals to New Yorkers affected by last year’s devastating Hurricane Sandy.

The rapper – real name Michael Diamond – has been operating a food truck in Brooklyn called Rockaway Plate Lunch since October 2012 with restaurant owner Robert McKinley. The truck has given away thousands of healthy free meals to victims of the severe weather.