Veteran photographer Mike Miller is gearing up for the release of his upcoming book, West Coast Hip Hop: A History In Pictures, documenting his photography work in the 1990s witht he likes of Cypress Hill, Tupac, N.W.A., and Eazy-E.
In support of the book’s release, he’s been doing some press talking about some of his experiences with these iconic west coast hip-hop legends, and how the shoots came around. In a recent interview with Freshjive, Miller describes how he came to work with Cypress Hill before they become a platinum-selling hip-hop group; his times with the late, great Tupac Shakur; meeting Eazy-E; and a young Snoop Dogg.
In support of his upcoming book, Miller will show off select imagery from the book at an exhibition on Saturday (February 4) to Sunday (February 5) at Los Angeles’ Known Gallery.
The show opens on Saturday from 8pm-11pm. Known Gallery is located at: 441 North Fairfax Avenue, Los Angeles, CA 90036. For more info, visit KnownGallery.com.
West Coast Hip Hop: A History In Pictures is dropping in the coming weeks. It can be pre-ordered at the Known Gallery event, or online at OverTheEdgeBooks.com.