20 Great Rap Songs Ruined by White People

Cypress Hill "Insane in the Brain" (1993)

Album: Black Sunday
Producer: DJ Muggs, T-Ray
Label: Ruffhouse, Columbia

Weed is now the primary point of entry for white people into hip-hop, and much of that connection is built upon the legacy of Cypress Hill. The recipe for "Insane": the group's "How I Could Just Kill A Man," a pinch of Hannah Field's classic "Puff Puff Give," a Lollapalooza booking, and stir. The melanin-deprived love when rappers get all wacky.

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