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.]
DJ Muggs brings us his latest video for “Safe From Harm” ft. UK songstress Belle Humble off his January release on Ultra Records.
Bass For Your Face available now.
From Muggs electronic-tinged Bass For Your Face LP.
Muggs continues to toy with dubstep/ dub riddims for his new material, the latest being “Breathe Slow”, with Rahzel.
DJ Muggs is most famous for his work as the backbone of Cypress Hill, responsible for two arguably classic LP’s from the crew, not to mention a more-or-less strong catalog, despite a few missteps along the way. His solo career has been largely defined by his Soul Assassins series of hip-hop compilations, which found him [cont.]
DJ Craze remixes “Wikid” from Muggs’ Bass For Your Face LP, which is available now on Ultra Records.
In this installment of our “Off Tha Wall” series we chop it up with the legendary DJ Muggs of Cypress Hill and Soul Assassins fame. Muggs laces us with gems regarding his music, influence & weed culture.
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.
From the forthcoming Bass For Your Face album, out January 15th.
Muggs has been experimenting with some dubstep lately, and now he takes his tracks….. to the trap!! Gangsta Gibbs gets down on this one, taken from his January 15th album, Bass For Your Face.
Dark, aggressive and almost exhibiting a life of its own, the Sound Boy Killa exposes a new side of DJ Muggs we have not seen before, although always expected. As if he is reconstructing the rules of dubstep, the much less hip/hop influenced EP, indulges in emotional and grinding overtones that while overly layered, still [cont.]
DJ Muggs, the hip-hop producer (platinum albums with Cypress Hill, House of Pain’s smash “Jump Around”—plus a dozen stellar albums of collaborations in the Vs. series, as Soul Assassins and otherwise), the globetrotting hip-hop club DJ (spinning 100+ dates annually) and the experimental recording artist (2003 genre-defying album Dust). Take a breath and get ready [cont.]
DJ Muggs explores the idea that shape-shifting reptilian people will control our world by taking on human form and gaining political power to manipulate our society in his brand new video for “People of Earth”. Conspiracy theorists believe that many world leaders are reptilians from the Alpha Draconis star system attempting to gain power to [cont.]
See if you can follow this chain of events. Cypress Hill records dubstep EP with Rusko, sans Muggs. Muggs records dubstep tracks solo, sans Cypress. Does this mean the next Cypress Hill LP will be a dubstep record? Time will tell. In other news, Deadmau5′s Cypress Hill collabo, “Failbait”, was pretty dope, by hip-hop standards. [cont.]
Kicking off the upcoming Rock The Bells festival, this mix from Muggs includes new music from Murs, Fashawn, Atmosphere, Deltron 3030, Hieroglyphics, Xzibit, KRS-One, RZA, Sean Price, DMX, and more.
Freddie Gibbs gives a hilarious interview on Soul Assassins Radio, speaks on his collaborations with Madlib, and then spits a freestyle.
In this episode, DJ Muggs shows off his record collection, tells us why hip hop owes a lot to krautrock and busts out his best party starter.
(Produced by DJ PREMIER) – Directed by J.F. Martin/Tom Vujcic for Reel Wolf Productions – Cinematography by Dave Stuart – Executive Produced by Amir Radi – Taken from the forthcoming album “MASTERS OF THE DARK ARTS” LP In Stores JULY 31st, 2012.
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