Cypress Hill is set to reunite with original producer DJ Muggs for its upcoming project, their first together since 2004’s Till Death Do Us Part.
Frontman B-Real previously revealed the news last year, but further discussed their reunion during a recent interview with REVOLT TV.
“It’s been a while since we’ve worked with Muggs on the production end,” said the rap legend. “This is gonna be a really good one. It’s been a different process for us, but it’s gonna be slammin.'”
In 2013, Muggs said the group were in the beginning stages of a new Cypress project.
“We’re in the beginning stages, but moving along smoothly,” DJ Muggs. “The sound is anti-everything that’s popular and is in a world of its own. The lyrics delivered with the vocal tenacity of a stoned gypsy roaming across the country through the mist. The date of the release is encrypted on the Cypress Hill website.
“It’s great to have DJ Muggs back at the helm of the production,” B-Real added. “When Muggs, Sen and I work together there’s a chemistry between us that brings forth powerful music. It’s going to be ill, man. He’s got fire and a lot of people have been waiting for us to reunite like that, so we’re all looking forward to it.”
Further details about the upcoming Cypress Hill album were unknown at press time.