VIDEO: Serial Killers (Xzibit, B-Real & Demrick) – Wanted

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After releasing their debut mixtape, Serial Killers Vol. 1, Xzibit, B- Real and Demrick follow things up with a new Matt Alonzo directed music video for “Wanted.”  Performing from on top of a food truck while inciting a mob, the group holds it down on set and plays to the camera with their aggressive and crafty flows.  Take a look at the rebellious visual which showcases each artist unapologetically with their cross hairs set on the competition and haters.

MIXTAPE: Serial Killers (Xzibit, Demrick, B-Real) – Serial Killers Vol. 1

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Xzibit, Demrick and B-Real celebrate Halloween by liberating their new anticipated Serial Killers Vol. 1 mixtape.  The group serves up 14 new songs and makes sure to include some special guest appearances from the likes of Kurupt, Hopsin, Jon Connor and more. Production credits fans can look forward to hearing from include Ill Bill, Futuristiks, Green Lantern, Statik Selektah, Bink and more.  CLICK HERE to download Serial Killers new Serial Killers Vol. 1 mixtape and take a look at the tracklist provided for all the details on the project.

1. First 48 [Prod. By Futuristiks & Sir Jinx] (2:46)
2. Wanted [Prod. By G Rocka & Medi] (3:37)
3. Dickies & Bandanas (Feat. Kurupt) [Prod. By JRB The Producer] (4:34)
4. In The Sky [Prod. By Ill Bill] (4:05)
5. Doctor’s In (Feat. Hopsin) [Prod. By DJ Lethal & C-Lance] (4:12)
6. Whatever Cuz (Feat. Goldie Locc) [Prod. By Green Lantern] (4:32)
7. Legends Never Die (Feat. Easy MoneyST) [Prod. By Statik Selektah] (3:32)
8. Worst Nightmare [Prod. By Futuristiks] (3:05)
9. Get 2 It [Prod. By Dublin Beats] (3:46)
10. Six Billion Ways [Prod. By Ill Bill] (4:01)
11. No Comin’ Back [Prod. By Ill Bill] (3:42)
12. Laugh Now (Feat. Jon Connor) [Prod. By Nottz] (4:37)
13. Eaten Alive [Prod. By Bink] (3:53)
14. Angels Come Calling [Prod. By DJ Khalil] (3:40)

VIDEO: Serial Killers (Xzibit, Demrick & B Real) – The First 48 | Behind-The-Scenes

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Take an exclusive behind-the-scenes look at Hip Hop’s newest trio, Serial Killers, on the set of their new music video for “The First 48.” The Matt Alonzo directed visual finds group members Xzibit, Demrick and B Real in a gruesome setting as each rapper takes a moment to share some commentary with Skee.TV cameras.

VIDEO: B-Real Talks Weed, Smoking w/ Bruce Willis & Oliver Stone + More On GGN

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West Coast Hip hop veteran B-Real visits Snoop Dogg on the latest episode of GGN.  Bearing potent herbal gifts for the boss dog, B-Real discusses a number of topics like the early days of Cypress Hill after the soundtrack release for the film Juice, his favorite strains of weed, smoking out Bruce Willis and Oliver Stone and much more.  Snoop also talks about hooking Larry King up with weed and closes out another episode out with having B-Real participate with his Finish This Sentence segment.

VIDEO: B-Real Says 40 Glocc is Breaking Street Code

Legendary Cypress Hill rapper B-Real shares his thoughts on 40 Glocc suing Game over their street fight, saying that 40 broke street code. B-Real also talks about his relationship with both artists, how their beef is affecting younger fans, and the status of West Coast hip-hop.

VIDEO: B-Real On Battling Rapping & Recording Records

The good folks over at Skee TV keep the visuals coming.  In the clip below watch B-Real have a sit down with Crooked I as the two discuss the differences between battling and creating an original song.

Crooked I and B-Real sit down to share their experiences about the politics that typically surround battle rap contests. Also, Crooked revisits his experience of being a judge with Slaughterhouse during a battle rap tour with Red Bull. The two go on to discuss the differences between on the spot battle raps and creating a record in the studio.

VIDEO: B-Real Says Ice-T & His Ex-Wife Saved His Life

Cypress Hill front man B-Real stops by C.O.B. Radio for a one on one sit down with host Crooked-I. B-Real reflects on Cypress Hill’s underlying message and how the conscious decision was made not to glorify the gangster lifestyle but to provide listeners understanding and personal insight through their music. The Buddha master continues with touching on DJ Muggs’ production credits, his contributions toward Cypress Hills album, and explains why he’s one of the best to ever do it.  Look out for ya boy too behind the lens.