B-Real celebrated 4/20 the only way he knew how, by getting high and making music. The living legend released the appropriately titled “Triple OG” alongside Freeway. Perfect for puffing.
Kool Keith is keeping it simple by titling his next album KEITH. Produced entirely by the Beatnuts Psycho Les, Dr. Octagon will drop the project on July 12th. To kick off the campaign, Keith pulls B-Real away from cooking with marijuana on Viceland for “Zero Fux.”
It’s been five years since B-Real, Xzibit and Demrick dropped their Serial Killers project and the trio strikes again right before Halloween with the Day of the Dead EP. Here’s the first cut “Get Away With It.”
DJ Premier gets behind the boards as Detroit’s Trick Trick and B-Real “Get 2 It.”
Berner and Styles P have announced that they will release a collaborative album on June 23rd titled VIBES. To get things going, the duo have released a video for “Turkey Bag” featuring Cypress Hill’s B-Real.
On May 19th, Snoop Dogg will release a new album called Neva Left, which will serve as a reminder to those who forgot about Snoop’s legendary status. To formally announce the new project, Snoop and fellow marijuana aficionados Redman, Method Man and B-Real connect for “Mount Kushmore.”
B-Real steps inside “The Smokebox” with Termanology. The interviews goes into the album, “More Politics”. Also, musical inspirations & favorite strains are discussed.
Music producer from Ovo Sound, Noah “40” Shebib, joins B-Real for a rare interview on the Smokebox. The two discuss musical influences, basketball, cannabis in Canada, & more.
Joey Bada$$ and B-Real shoot the breeze, smoke some weed and then smoke some more weed. Oh yeah, they talk about things too.
Joey Bada$$ joins B-real for a smoked out session in the latest edition of BREALTV’s Smokebox. The two discuss creating a different style & vision, upcoming projects and tours, Seattle, fan advice, & much more!
Bam Bam and Alchemist hit B-Real’s “The Smokehouse” to fire up some herbal pleasure and discuss everything from the wonderful world of pro wrestling, Action Bronson’s upcoming album and, of course, weed.