Baller Status reports from the set of Xzibit’s new video, “The Hurt Locker”, that he, along with Cypress Hill frontman B-Real, and rising star Young De, have formed a group called Serial Killaz. Young De speaks on the project in the above clip.
“The way that it actually came together was I had met Xzibit in the studio. I walked into the studio and there’s Xzibit, and I got introduced to him,” Young De explained. “He’s like ‘Hey, you’re Young De, who’s on B-Real’s ‘Don’t Ya Dare Laugh,’ He’s like ‘I love that song. I need to get your on something.’ So, we started working from there, and we just really clicked up … mentally, like on the same page, work ethic-wise.
“And, I’ve been working with B-Real the last two years. That’s the person who’s showed me a lot about this game so far. So, we started by [Xzibit] hopping on one of the songs, because me and B-Real were working on an album together. It came from that,” he added.
De said that the album is almost complete, but the finer details, such as producers, guests, or even a title are still under wraps for now. He is more just happy to be part of such an opportunity.
“Number one, I feel very blessed to be even … when B-Real and Xzibit come to you and go ‘Hey we’re gonna do a group together’ … you go like ‘Hell ya! (laughs) Where do you want me to stand?’” the rapper said. “It was like an organic thing.” [Source: BS]
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