Sean Richardson of the Boston Phoenix spoke with Muggs of Cypress Hill for his thoughts on the group’s new album and hip-hop in general. Muggs blasted, “When hip-hop started out, it was an urban punk rock. Now it’s a formula: you put in some sweet R&B sh**, get a singer to sing on it, and you’re getting on the radio. I mean, it’s a business, so there’s some motherfu**ers who are tired of still being broke after three records. They’re like, ‘Fu** it, I’m gonna do this sh**.'” The full story at bostonphoenix.com has since been removed.