Sen Dog Thanks The Fans For 20 Years Of Cypress Hill Support

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Sen Dog checked in after Cypress Hill’s 20th Anniversary Show at the Troubadour in West Hollywood, California last month, thanking fans for their loyal support over the past two decades. The 45-year-old Cuban-American rapper writes:

We want to thank all of our fans from East to West and North to South all around the world. It is because of you guys that we have been able to do what we love for over 20 years strong. On behalf of B-Real, Muggs, Bobo, and myself, we love you guys and we’ll continue rocking the stages for many more years to come.

Check out Greg Watermann’s photos from the special concert at the group’s official web site,

Cypress Hill More Focused On Group Over Solo Projects

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B-Real of Cypress Hill spoke with In Utah This Week about the group’s time off during their past eight months of touring in support of ‘Cannabis Dreams’, which has seen them working on individual projects in addition to new Cypress Hill material. “We all took our time to do the side projects that we were itching to do,” the 40-year-old rapper explained. “We’ve done that but we’re focused more on Cypress Hill. I will still put out my mix tapes, but first and foremost and always the most important thing to me is Cypress Hill.”

No More Mile High High For Cypress Hill

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B-Real of Cypress Hill spoke with Hustler magazine about how the marijuana loving hip hop group were able to smoke weed in-flight back in the day before technology and laws have made the risks too great. “We were on a flight in maybe ’93 and our tour manager at the time was really addicted to weed. He could not be somewhere and not smoke,” B-Real explained. “He went into the airplane bathroom and figured out how to do it… so I went and smoked in the bathroom. The toilet and the sink, they both suck air down. So you just blow the smoke in there. That will never happen again. It was a good trick while it lasted.”

Cypress Hill ‘Rise Up’ Video Ft. Tom Morello

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Cypress Hill released the music video to their new single ‘Rise Up’, featuring Tom Morello. The song is the title track off the South Gate, California hip hop group’s eighth studio album, out April 20th on Priority Records. Watch the video, shot in Los Angeles, via YouTube below.

Cypress Hill ‘It Ain’t Nothin” Video Behind The Scenes

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Cypress Hill are out with behind the scenes footage from their ‘It Ain’t Nothin” music video, which is directed by Matt Alonzo. The track is off the South Gate, California hip hop group’s eighth studio album ‘Rise Up’, out April 6th via Priority Records. The video features comments from Alonzo, the members of the group, Xzibit and Young De. Watch it via YouTube below the cut. (more…)

Cypress Hill 4/20 Show At The Fillmore

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Cypress Hill documented their 4/20 performance at The Fillmore in San Francisco in a video at their MySpace. Footage of the band performing and toking at MySpace has since been removed.