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Two decades after blowing up with Cypress Hill, B-Real is still going strong. On The Harvest, Vol. 1, the veteran MC shares the microphone with an extended crew of up-and-coming artists. Though they are pretty much complete unknowns, most of them impress with razor sharp flows and concise, streetwise lyricism. Three of them hail from Cali, but the majority represent distant locales from all around the globe, including Japan, Spain, Pakistan, Australia, France, Italy, Brazil, and the Netherlands. Production comes from the Audio Hustlaz, who cook up some truly nasty beats, full of nicely chopped samples and perpetually rugged drums. B-Real's trademark nasal steez still sounds great, and the young rappers all come correct. Highlights include "Ride Out" with Sikadime, "Streets Wanna Know" featuring Yama, and "We On It" starring the Lost Angels Crew. It's a rock solid mix from a true legend, and an excellent forum for twenty game-spitters on the come up.

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Oh Sh**

Oh damn... B-Real went bananas on this.


Was randomly going through music and liked name, listen to the previews and liked what I heard so downloaded the album am defiantly liking it worth the money.

Can`t get any better then this.

Bloody awesome from start to finish.


Born: June 2, 1970 in Los Angeles, CA

Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap

Years Active: '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

With his work in the pioneering hip-hop group Cypress Hill, rapper B Real became something of a hip-hop legend for several reasons. Most immediately, his trademark rhyming style, featuring an exaggeratedly nasal whine and a jazz singer's skill at staying just behind DJ Muggs' already sluggish beats, was one of the most instantly recognizable flows of the 1990s. Furthermore, B Real and his partners Sen Dog and DJ Muggs were the first Latino hip-hop stars, ushering in a richly varied subgenre of hip-hop...
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