CYPRESS HILL IN THE SMOKEBOX ON BREALTV
It’s time to turn back the clock and celebrate a hip hop classic that continues to resonate with fans three decades later—Cypress Hill’s legendary album “Black Sunday.” Released in 1993, this iconic masterpiece marked a defining moment in the genre’s history and solidified Cypress Hill’s place as hip hop royalty. Now, as we commemorate the 30th anniversary of this influential album, Cypress Hill is making sure the celebration is one for the books.
To honor this momentous occasion, Cypress Hill has something truly special in store for their devoted fans. The legendary group will be treating audiences to multiple performances of “Black Sunday” in its entirety, featuring the enchanting addition of a full orchestra. This unique collaboration promises to breathe new life into the already iconic tracks, elevating the live experience to a level of grandeur that fans won’t want to miss.
But that’s not all—Cypress Hill recently dropped by BREALTV to sit in “The Smokebox,” a signature series hosted by none other than B-Real from Cypress Hill himself. In this candid and entertaining interview, the group takes on the challenge to see if they can handle the smoke, proving that their passion for music and camaraderie is as strong as ever.
As Cypress Hill gears up to deliver unforgettable performances of “Black Sunday” with a full orchestra, and as they reminisce about their journey in “The Smokebox,” fans are reminded of the timeless influence this group has had on hip hop culture. From their unique sound and thought-provoking lyrics to their iconic visuals, Cypress Hill has left an indelible mark on the genre.
So, as we celebrate the 30th anniversary of “Black Sunday,” let’s spark a joint to Cypress Hill’s incredible legacy and their lasting impact on the world of hip hop. With the combination of their masterful performances and their unyielding love for the art form, Cypress Hill continues to captivate and inspire fans around the globe.
Check out the episode dropping 07.23.23 here only on BREALTV: