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.” LISTEN: Cypress Hill – “Get ‘Em Up (Ap’s [cont.]
B-Real reveals the cross-shaped joint from “Pineapple Express” is no myth.
Cypress performed at Mandalay Beach on Saturday – check out the clip above as they do “Real Estate” and “Light It Up”. Good to see you guys at XS on Friday Night, hope ya’ll liked the music, heh…..
Here is the tribute mixtape to Cypress Hill from Peter Rosenberg. This mixtape has some interludes and remakes of tracks all in tribute to Cypress Hill. Featured on the mixtape are Jim Jones, Yelawolf, N.O.R.E., Styles P, Asher Roth and more. Check out the track list and download below. Track List: 1. Peter Rosenberg Intro [cont.]
Ah, so this is what they meant by Rise Up… We didn’t think Cypress was down with the Tea Party Gang. The band posted the following statement on their website on Monday night, canceling their Tuscon, Arizona performance to protest the state’s new anti-immigration measures. In a show of resistance to the criminalization of immigrant [cont.]
In this video Cypress Hill sits down with Young Hollywood before they perform at Fuel TV’s “The Daily Habit.” They talk about their style, and the new album “Rise Up.” Check it out above.
Downtown New York City-based lifestyle brand and creative collective Alife hosted yet another legendary “Alife Sessions”. This time Alife hosted Cypress Hill, Ninjasonik, and Fischerspooner as performing guests. As an added bonus, Ricky Powell kept things interesting as the evening’s MC.
For their eighth studio LP, Rise Up, Cypress Hill returns from a six year hiatus, after 2004′s Til’ Death Do Us Part. Short one member, DJ Muggs, the longtime producer still appears to produce two of the albums tracks, but this leaves the the listener wondering what direction the group will take next. It has [cont.]
Lots of Cypress Hill content coming down the pipeline today, with the new album Rise Up and it being 4/20. The group lists their favorite stoner songs – see how there list compares to ours. Yeah, we should have picked “Gin & Juice” over “Let’s Get Blown”….
Short clip of Cypress *rocking* “Hits From The Bong” this morning on Kevin & Bean’s radio show. New album, Rise Up, is in stores today, coincidentally.
Wow, Cypress has inadvertently taken over our frontpage today. We’ll save that Rise Up album review ’til later in the week.
Of course, Cypress Hill is not the only group with an album dropping on today 4/20, there’s also Little Brother’s Leftback, Kurupt’s Streetlights, Devin The Dude’s Do Not Distherb (Suite 420), and Truthlive’s Patience, also each in stores now. But Cypress Hill is the only one of these groups that is dropping multiple, confusing alternate [cont.]
New footage of Cypress Hill performing at S.O.B.’s in New York. Cypress Hill’s new album Rise Up in stores April 20th.
First leak from Yelawolf off his new project in appreciation of Cypress Hill titled The Uprising Mixtape. First leak off of my Cypress Hill mixtape, “The Uprising” . The tape features Cypress covers from Yela, Jim Jones, Asher Roth, Noreaga & Imam Thug, Homeboy Sandman, The Lox, and more. “Rise Up” is in stores 4/20 [cont.]
The Hill ridiculous late night wessyde anthem from “Rise Up” gets performed on the rooftop of Capitol Records, for Yahoo Music’s Maximum Performance series. Watch out for a cameo appearance from Young De.
Latest video from Cypress Hill’s comeback LP, Rise Up. We like.
Here we go with one more track from the Cypress Hill album Rise Up. This track features Evidence and The Alchemist. Check it out below, the album is set for April 20th release date. LISTEN: Cypress Hill + Evidence (of Dilated Peoples) + The Alchemist – “Pass The Dutch”
Not too much hip-hop on this year’s Lollapalooza music fest, happening in Chicago on August 6-8, but there’s a few performances worth taking note of. Among the headliners are Lady Gaga, Erykah Badu, and Cypress Hill, while B.o.B. and Chromeo help round out the smaller acts. Course we aren’t shaking a stick at Soundgarden, Green [cont.]
Cypress Hill and Mike Shinoda team up for a new track off Cypress Hill’s upcoming album, Rise Up. Update: Here is one more track from Cypress Hill off the upcoming album called “Get Higher.” The new album from Cypress Hill hits stores April 20th. LISTEN: Cypress Hill + Mike Shinoda – “Carry me Away” LISTEN: [cont.]
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