Cypress Hill previews of "Elephants on Acid" LP "Band Of Gypsies" Video
The successes of the water pipe.
Cypress Hill release of Elephants On Acid for the next month, the holder of Hip-Hop group's first album in eight years.
Ahead of the project, B-Real, DJ Muggs, Sen Dog and Eric Bobo have shared a video of the psychedelica of influence "of the Band Of Gypsies."
With Muggs in the director's seat, Cypress Hill goes to Egypt, where it is wrapped in hookah smoke and partying with the locals.
ELEPHANTS ON ACID 🐘☠️ the time has come... to Cypress Ave to the world... next week @breal @sendog @eric_bobo & @djmuggs_the_black_goat_ back
A post shared by Cypress Hill (@cypresshill) on Jul 26, 2018 at 10:18am PDT
In an interview with Rolling Stone, Muggs — produced by Cypress Hill's 1991 self-titled debut and 1993's Black Sunday — he spoke about how he designed the next album using live instruments.
"With a band like Cypress Hill, you try to avoid [sampling] because it can hold up to his record," Muggs said. "So I had to create the sound recording as a Cypress Hill dirty ass dirty fuckin' hip-hop record as the shit that I like. But I had to use the live shit. I've played a lot of shit to myself.
"I had people come in and play, but I know how to freak my shit to make it sound like samples. ... I have a couple of players coming in that are pro. I just pound the shit out of the keyboards and play all the crazy shit that you can hear that the smoked the shit."
Elephants On Acid is expected to arrive on the 28th of September. Pre-order is available here.
See the "Band Of Gypsies" video above.