Cypress Hill is the real deal in the hip-hop scene, and they got started in South Gate, California, in 1988. This awesome group is made up of B-Real (also known as Louis Freese), Sen Dog (that's Senen Reyes), and DJ Muggs (you can call him Lawrence Muggerud).
What makes Cypress Hill stand out is their killer mix of hip-hop and Latin vibes, and they're all about using their lyrics to speak up on important stuff, like advocating for the legalization of marijuana.
Back in the early 1990s, Cypress Hill hit it big with their debut album, which had killer tracks like "How I Could Just Kill a Man" and "The Phuncky Feel One." And they've kept the hits coming with albums like "Black Sunday," "III: Temples of Boom," and "Skull & Bones."
But there's even more to love about Cypress Hill—they're into some pretty cool activism work too. They're big supporters of the legalization of marijuana, and B-Real is even a part of the cannabis industry as a business owner and advocate. Plus, they've been all about giving back through charities like the Make-A-Wish Foundation and the United Farm Workers. And guess what? You can rep Cypress Hill with their awesome merch, mugs, and super comfy hoodies!