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Drive-In Music Company accuses the band for illegally sampling The Music Machine's 'Come on In' on their song 'How I Could Just Kill a Man'.
Cypress Hill bring something different for their comeback album 'Rise Up', collaborating with rock musicians like Mike Shinoda and Tom Morello.
B-Real, Sen Dog and Pitbull mingle with everyone as they are partying under the sun in 'Armada Latina' music video.
Before the video is debuted in full on April 8, Cypress Hill preview a scene where they share screen with Pitbull.
Plus, new footage from the movie has been previewed at WonderCon and the soundtrack listing has been unveiled.
The two had the 'best performance' of their time so far in the Lennon-McCartney week where almost everybody, including Tim Urban, received a compliment from the judges.
There also also Soundgarden, MGMT, Hot Chip, Cypress Hill and B.o.B performing at Chicago's Grant Park this summer.
Joined by Rage Against the Machine's guitarist, Cypress Hill are rocking in front of graffiti graphics in this new music video.
The 'Rise Up' music video has got a snippet, while the 'Armada Latina' video shoot is teased through set-pictures.
Rap group N-Dubz, who are only nominated for one award at the February 16 show, are disappointed since the committee ignores the British talent and prefers American musician.
The Rage Against the Machine and Audioslave's Tom Morello has agreed to work with rapper Cypress Hill and appear on 'Rise Up' and another track.
After becoming a record company executive, he made his first move by signing Cypress Hills and teaming up with N.W.A, The D.O.C., and Ice Cube for 'Insane in the Brain'.