Legendary Multi-Platinum Hip Hop group Cypress Hill announces new album Back In Black due March 18, 2022 via MNRK. Along with the announcement the legendary group also shared their latest track "Bye Bye" feat. Dizzy Wright
Cypress Hill has returned with their tenth studio album, Back In Black, produced entirely by Black Milk and due March 18, 2022 via MNRK. To ring in the announcement, the group has shared new single "Bye Bye," featuring a standout verse from rapper Dizzy Wright. The new track comes on the heels of the announcement of the band's extensive slate of touring for the year, including a leg of Slipknot's Knotfest Roadshow 2022.
In yet another monumental move, the group has announced a brand-new documentary titled Insane In The Brain: Cypress Hill, which will be released this spring.
"Bye Bye" follows the 2021 release of album highlights “Open Ya Mind” and “Champion Sound." Back in Black is Cypress Hill's first full length since 2018’s Elephants on Acid, and comes at an already busy time for the band.
Cypress Hill recently wrapped a co-headline tour with Atmosphere, and celebrated the 30th anniversary of their groundbreaking self-titled debut album with a sold-out show at LA's Greek Theatre and an expanded anniversary edition reissue of their critically acclaimed debut. The band recently partnered with Z2 Comics for their very own original graphic novel, Cypress Hill: Tres Equis! which is out now. In addition to launching their own NFT collection at the end of 2021 -- which sold out of "legendaries" and "rares" and will see a Back In Black collection dropping in March -- the band also launched their own STANCE sock.
Cypress Hill shifts culture. The South Gate, California rap group championed cannabis before it became fashionable, ushered in a genre-shifting sonic tapestry, performed thousands of shows at a time when rappers were having a hard time getting booked for live gigs, and helped pave the way for rappers to use Spanish in their rhymes. Along the way, Cypress Hill earned a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, sold more than 9 million albums, and were nominated for three Grammy Awards.