Thirty one years of Cypress Hill, three decades of ‘Black Sunday,’ a half-century of hip-hop? We had to get the CH guys in the studio for a romp through a classic, and their performances of “Insane In The Brain” and “I Ain’t Goin’ Out Like That” put all that original power and all those original vibes right up front. Their self-titled 1991 debut planted a major SoCal flag on that decade’s rap firmament, and from “How I Could Just Kill A Man” to “Hand On The Pump,” the phunky feel ones took off from there. Their 1993 sophomore drop debuted at the top of the Billboard chart, clocking the highest Soundscan numbers for a rap group up until that time. The deluxe ‘Black Sunday’ anniversary version arrives July 20, and as you would hope, it has some cool extras. B-Real, Sen Dogg, Eric Bobo, and DJ Lord brought plenty of power to the studio – nice way to celebrate hip-hop at 50. Get ready for some goosebumps.