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Album Review

The Psycho Realm's eponymous debut album is an impressive collection of hardcore West Coast gangsta rap. Led by B Real, one of the masterminds behind Cypress Hill, the trio is a dark hardcore outfit — there's genuine menace in their rhymes and music, which is why it hits so hard. Where other crews deal with cartoonish violence, the Psycho Realm's surrealistic imagery and impressionistic music — which is still grittily funky — creates genuine tension. It's not a perfect record — it runs on a little too long, which has the unfortunate side effect of dulling their message — but it tries more things than the average hip-hop record, and that alone makes it worth a listen.

Biography

Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap

Years Active: '90s, '00s

A hip-hop trio related to Cypress Hill and signed to their Ruffhouse label, the Psycho Realm was formed by Jacken and Duke. The duo's performances impressed Cypress Hill's B-Real so much he decided to join the group on the recording, since Cypress Hill had recently broken up (they actually returned in mid-1998). With a Wu-Tang production style provided by the Psycho Ward — actually B-Real,...
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