B. Cox & J. Owe review West Coast and Hispanic iconic group Cypress Hill's self-titled debut album Cypress Hill. After undergoing a couple interations with group members, the trio of B. Real, Sen Dog and DJ Muggs brought their debut album onto the seed over snapped and hard production over rhymes filled with references of life in the streets on the West Coast, dark humor and most of all, weed. Their foray into the marijuana sub culture made their pioneers prior to even the exploits of fellow southern Cali rappers Dr. Dre and Snopp Doggy Dogg who would do so to another level not even two years afterwards.
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