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Cypress Hill Talks About: Their Legacy as West Coast Hip-hop Icons, Writing Weed Anthems as Activism, and What’s Next

Cypress Hill Talks About: Their Legacy as West Coast Hip-hop Icons, Writing Weed Anthems as Activism, and What’s Next

Update: 2022-06-20
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In this expansive conversation with B-Real, Sen Dog, and Eric Bobo, the Futuristic Funk pioneers share stories from the sessions that launched their most celebrated albums, the streets they grew up on, and the legacy of hits like “Insane in the Brain.”

 

Because this is a Cypress Hill interview, you can also expect a lot of deep discussions on cannabis, and how the group turned their weed anthems into pieces of activist art.

 

If West Coast hip-hop from the ‘90s is your golden age, this interview is a must-listen.

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Cypress Hill Talks About: Their Legacy as West Coast Hip-hop Icons, Writing Weed Anthems as Activism, and What’s Next

Cypress Hill Talks About: Their Legacy as West Coast Hip-hop Icons, Writing Weed Anthems as Activism, and What’s Next

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