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    Default Cypress Hill New LP to be entirely produced by BLACK MILK


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    Surprising. I wasn't feeling their last release so let's see what he can do.

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    Love Elephants on Acid. Still listen to it often. Has a unique sound and feel to it making it a complete album. We will see how this goes. There’s the optimistic since it’s a one producer album then there is the pessimistic with looking at what happened when they went without Muggs on Rise Up. Peace

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    Having multiple producers was not the problem with Rise Up. It was them just flat out picking the wrong beats. Would love a Cypress Hill album entirely produced by Alchemist though. This actually should have happened a long ass time ago.

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    ^That would make way more sense than this project does.

    Not that there's anything wrong with Black Milk's production.

    It's just an odd fit.


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    ““We also got new music in the can that we recorded not too long ago with Black Milk – [a] full album,” B-Real says just before the 6:00 mark. “[It’s] some Hip-Hop sh*t for sure – much different from Elephants On Acid. It’s more boom bapp-ish, if you will.”. I think Black knows how that Cypress sound will mesh with his.

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    Boom Bap is always the solution. If that is the direction Black Milk is going in, I can rock with that.

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