In a recent interview with Vibe, DJ Muggs revealed that he is working on Cypress Hill’s next album, and suggests it will be a return to form for the group. “I didn’t do much on the last Cypress album,” explains Muggs, alluding to 2010’s Rise Up project on which he only contributed two tracks. “What [cont.]
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Cypress Hill’s DJ Muggs talks about the early days of Cypress Hill and how a joint got them banned from Saturday Night Live forever.
This video comes from the Cypress X Rusko EP, which dropped earlier this year on V2/Cooperative Music.
Second single from Cypress Hill and Rusko’s collaborative LP due next month.
Dim Mak recording artists Mustard Pimp take Cypress Hill and Rusko’s dubstep single to drum & bass territory.
Cypress Hill and Rusko were recently joined by Travis Barker onstage at the Smokeout Festival 2012 to perform their new song “Lez Go.” Cypress x Rusko’s self-titled collaboration EP will be available everywhere June 4th & 5th.
Deadmau5 recently leaked this previously unreleased collabo with Cypress Hill via his own Soundcloud. That photo is of HHS co-founder Warren Peace and the Mau5 at XS Las Vegas. Photo by the legendary Danny Mahoney.
From the forthcoming EP release from the two acts.
First single from Cypress Hill and dubstep pioneer Rusko’s forthcoming collaborative EP.
Bobo Meets Rhettmatic release their official Cypress Junkies Mixtape & Mini EP premiered by FRSH SLCTS. The highly anticipated mixtape + EP contains four new original studio tracks with a features by Dilated Peoples’ Rakaa Iriscience and Fitz and The Tantrum’s, Noelle Scaggs and three live mix sets programmed by genre. The seminal percussionist and [cont.]
Bobo Meets Rhettmatic offers new mixes from upcoming project Cypress Junkies – a three-part mixtape series with a mini EP due November 3, 2011. The group’s new capsule-inspired release contains three new mixes and four original studio tracks with a feature by Dilated Peoples’ Rakaa Iriscience and Fitz and The Tantrum’s, Noelle Scaggs. BMR kicks [cont.]
The legendary B-Real of Cypress Hill talks about what he loves about Rock The Bells, paying respect to great music, tradition, and more.
Reebok Classics and Rock The Bells Present an exclusive interview with B-Reel, DJ Muggs, Eric Bobo and Sen Dog. We go way back to the days when Black Sunday was dropped and Cypress Hill became hip hop classics.
Looks like this years Rock The Bells festival has a lot to offer, as many classic groups will be performing their classic albums in full, at select dates in San Bernardino, Mountain View, Boston, and New York. Itinerary is as follows: 08.20 San Bernardino, CA – San Manuel Amphitheater 08.27 Mountain View, CA – Shoreline [cont.]
Cypress Hill drops one more video from their Rise Up LP, with Pete Rock on the boards. Directed by Tim Mcgurr / 13thWitness.
This footage aired on HD.Net in late September.
The URBAN NOMAD gets smoked out by B-Real of Cypress Hill’s SmokeOut Fest. B-Real talks about medical marijuana and acquiring certification to make smoking legal on festival grounds. B-Real also reminisces about smoke/rhyme ciphers at Jack the Rapper conventions with Brand Nubian, Tribe Called Quest, Naughty By Nature and Busta Rhymes during the golden era [cont.]
Apathy tell us: “This is a remix I did for Cypress, that was supposed to be official. B-Real loved it, and they tried like hell to clear it… but the muthafuckers who own the shit (who you’ll instantly recognize) wouldn’t play ball. You know how that goes.” [Audio clip: view full post to listen] LISTEN: [cont.]
B-Real reveals the cross-shaped joint from “Pineapple Express” is no myth.
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