It’s not right if the week doesn’t end with new music. This time we’re topping things off with a release from a veteran California rap group, a Pittsburgh, Penn. rhymer, a West Coast artist with a laid-back flow, and more.
Cypress Hill is back with their 10th studio album titled Back in black. The South Gate, California collective of B-Real, DJ Muggs, Sen Dog and Eric Bobo deliver 10 new joints featuring performances from Dizzy Wright on their lead single “Bye Bye” and more. In addition to the new music, the crew, who started out on the mics in the 1990s, have announced their support for heavy metal band Slipknot on the Knotfest Roadshow 2022 tour, as well as their own Cypress Hill Live 2022 trek, which begins today (May 18th, 2022). . March). A documentary about the rap group calledInsane in the Brain: Cypress Hillwill also arrive in spring.
Taylor Gang’s own Chevy Woods offers a new mixtape by the name Big Woods season. The black-and-yellow-clad rapper, from the football team’s homeland, has taken to social media to tease that he’s been in the studio for months. And about two weeks ago, on March 4th, Chevy delivered “Detroit” and announced the new project. To celebrate the release, Chevy appeared to have an intimate celebration with Taylor Gang boss Wiz Khalifa and Snoop Dogg, among others. Chevy Woods’ final offer,mask oncame out last year.
Hailing from California’s Inland Empire, Price is releasing his first EP as a signer of Motown/CLRD.The price EP. The seven-track release includes features from Big KRIT, who Price is currently touring with, Wale, Wyclef Jean and Elhae. On the rapper’s self-titled offering, he not only manned the pen, but also dipped his toe in the production page for the effort, which he says took about 10,000 hours to create.
Check out the releases above and a new EP from Midwxst below as well.