Artist on Artist Snoop Dogg – B-Real and Sen Dog The fellow Cali homies discuss “Rise Up”, the rebirth of Priority Records, “I Wanna Rock”, and more.
Crooked I sits down to speak about putting together rhymes, lyrics and reconstructing them afterwards. This is part of the series How to Rap: The Art and Science of the Hip-Hop MC on sale now. Other artists included in this series are The Clipse, Cypress Hill, Nelly, Public Enemy, Remy Ma, Schoolly D and A [cont.]
Cypress Hill’s “Rise Up”, featuring Tom Morello, taken from the April 6th release of the same name.
We have a couple new tracks from Cypress Hill off the upcoming album Rise Up. The first one is the title track of the album and the second official single. This song did leak in late February but was not CDQ. This release also came with the second track as a promo for the album. [cont.]
Everlast and Danny Boy perform their classic hit in honor of St. Patrick’s Day, while B-Real comes out in the second clip.
AKALMY – Teaser Uploaded by ronglo. – Music videos, artist interviews, concerts and more. Recording tracks for The Harvest compilation album.
Cypress Hill has been releasing so many albums, appealing to so many audiences (hip-hop heads, cholos, rap-rock fans) that at this point they have to find a way to appeal to each audience. “Armanda Latina” aims at the Latin fanbase, grabbing both Pitbull and Marc Anthony for this laidback classic rock inspired track…. Bonus points [cont.]
Tracklist: 1. It Ain’t Nothin’ (feat. Young De) (Produced by B-Real) 2. Light It Up (Produced by Pete Rock) 3. Rise Up (feat. Tom Morello) (Produced by Tom Morello & B-Real) 4. Get It Anyway (Produced by Jim Jonsin) 5. Pass The Dutch (feat. Evidence & Alchemist) (Produced by DJ Muggs & DJ Khalil) 6. [cont.]
Say what you will about Cypress Hill – they’ve definitely had their low moments – but when they want to, they can tap into that classic energy that helped them become the icons they are today. “It Ain’t Nothing” is the first single from their April 6th release, Rise Up, their first release for EMI [cont.]
What is it with Cypress Hill and remixes? They always come through for the DJ’s – remember the “Boom Biddy Bye Bye Remix” with The Fugees, or “Throw Ya Hands In The Air” w/ Erick Sermon, Redman, and MC Ehit? In the tradition of releasing these post album, vinyl only remixes, they do it again [cont.]
When Cypress Hill appeared on the scene in 1991, it was like a breath of fresh buddah smoke. The fisherman capped, goateed trio were a crew that hailed from the streets of Los Angeles, East Coast Stomping their way on the scene. Abandoning the traditional sound of gangster rap that was coming out of [cont.]
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