The Hip-Hop group from California know as Cypress Hill, the first Latino American hip hop recording group to have platinum and multi-platinum albums are co-headlining with Hollywood Undead on the “West Coast High” tour. Cypress Hill is celebrating their ninth studio album titled Elephants on Acid. The band banned from Saturday Night Live back in 1993 hasn’t made a album in nearly a decade. Forward to the Elephants on Acid album, from the very beginning to the last track it’s what you expect raw unedited Cypress Hill. Not to leave out Hollywood Undead the band is supporting PSALMS, their latest EP, as well as FIVE their 2017 album. It’s the band’s fifth full-length record. The rap band from Cali, the five-piece band has plenty of versatility running throughout (V) LP.
The Fillmore in downtown Detroit will no less be bouncing all night long, as I’m sure it will be sold out with Hip-Hop fan’s of all ages. The West Coast High tour kicked-off on February 19 in Anaheim, California, and it’s to wrap up on March 24th in Las Vegas. The 23-date tour isn’t the first time the power groups hooked up. Cypress Hill’s B-Real appeared on the song “Black Cadillac” from Hollywood Undead’s 2017 studio album, V. With all that said you have no reason not to attend a show in a city near you. Below are some links to help you along.