Over the weekend, Cypress Hill celebrated the 20 year anniversary of their legendary debut album, the self-titled Cypress Hill. The album helped establish Cypress Hill as the first hugely popular Latino rap group while DJ Mugg’s stoned soundscapes were an influential guidepost for the future of hip-hop production.

In honor of the album, we decided to pull one of the achieves and post our previous interview where we had B-Real and Sen Dog talking about making songs like “How I Could Just Kill A Man,” “The Phuncky Feel One,” and “Pigs.” So get your left hand on a fourty and start puffing on a blunt while you zone out to the sounds of Cypress Hill. Lala la la lala la laaaaa...

As Told To Toshitaka Kondo (@ToshitakaKondo)

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