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"cypress hill" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

03:43 min | 2 weeks ago

"cypress hill" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"A crash at Cypress Hill Street still jamming things up and the George Washington Bridge now quiet, not too bad at the Lincoln or Holland. No. The forecast from the WCBS weather center clouds will build in for tonight and snow will be arriving as we there Daybreak tomorrow morning below tonight, 25 for the city, upper teens to near 20 for most of the suburbs, while snow heavy at times tomorrow into tomorrow night. We could see that mixed with her even change over to some sleep, perhaps even a little plain rain near the coast tomorrow night, especially for the evening hours, but any wintry mix expected to go back over to snow by early Friday before tapering off. Looking in a general 4 to 8 inches localized amounts to 10 inches north and west. More than just the headlines. This is WCBS news radio 8 80. We are getting to deal ready to deal with another winter storm across the tristate snowfall expected to start early in the morning. 6 to 10 inches when it's all over as a deep freeze continues across the south, problems are mounting in Texas as the power is slowly restored. Pandemic, taking another terrible toll suicides among school Children and president Biden says teachers should be a priority getting the vaccine, but it's not imperative to open Schools nationally. Partly cloudy skies 31 degrees. Now on our Wednesday, February, 17th Anything I Maria Garcia. WCBS news time 9 31 Yes, it is true. Another snowstorm on the way it's expected to arrive toe arrive tomorrow morning, Meteorologist Daniel Middle Keeping an eye on that radar and Daniel tell us what to expect. Well, it looks like I'm Maria with the timing of our latest so winter weather here in the Ballpark of about 6 to 7 A.m.. Start seeing some of those first flakes here for the city on south of the West. I'd say closer to 78 o'clock or so if you move into parts of the Hudson Valley and in the southwest Connecticut. Unfortunately, that's going to mean perhaps some slippery conditions for persons of our morning commute tomorrow, with those temperatures well below freezing tonight, we're going to see the snow sticking to those surfaces right away as things get going, and then that snow does become heavy at times for tomorrow into tomorrow night. And we'll be tapering off is they work her way into early Friday to some leftover flurries could see some mixing with this event to along the immediate coast with some sleep, maybe even a little bit of Pilate brain best chance for that's gonna be tomorrow evening and looking at generally afford to eat in just snowfall with those localized amounts up to 10 inches in our area, Keeping an eye on Northwestern's in the Hudson Valley for those high your amounts. A little bit lower totals, though, for Eastern Long Island portions of the Jersey shore, where we do again see war that mixing taking place Maria. Thanks Daniel in the city Sanitation Department says Sidewalk dining in the city is going to stay open tomorrow during the storm, but restaurant should remove our secure furniture and electric heaters. Roadway dining will be suspended WCBS news time 9 32 You're getting set to open more covert 19 vaccination sites. Let's get details from WCBS is Peter High School, The state is teaming up with the feds to open for new sites, including one in Yonkers. The goal is to get shots into warms each I will do 1000 per day. That's very large. 7000 week. They start on March. 3rd Governor Cuomo says Pomp websites will be set up in a Havers drop Poor Chester, East Hampton in the five boroughs. There have been 91 pop up. So far, both sides have done about 43001st doses today, and parents can finally get a break. As of now, overnight summer camps in New York and plan on reopening.

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"cypress hill" Discussed on No Jumper

No Jumper

06:13 min | 3 months ago

"cypress hill" Discussed on No Jumper

"There was no nothing so in my head. I'm thinking like man. I you know i'm going to have to you. Know be rationing my money food. You know it's kind of like a little panic panic mode right there in the beginning but then when the when the movie dropped and you know online sales started popping all the damn you know fuck. That's far isn't going good. You know definitely i mean. Haven't put out books like this. Like compound so many years. The photography and documentary has got to be a moment. Where you're like book like those are some of the biggest things i could have done. Really like document my shit like wha what stands out to you now that could take it to another level while right you know right now. I'm just planning my next my next book. Projects and You know i got with a an agent you know. Uta so they're helping me get into different movie stuff Working on the cypress hill documentary. We did You know we're we're getting the sizzle reel together. And that's much needed us exciting. Hopefully you know get to do the cyprus documentary and then do maybe a solis. S documentary with you. Know our whole crew. And just expand on elliott originals. You know go. Yeah because originally we wanted to start the other way you know do solar asan's and then branch off you know. Here's a cyprus dog. here's this doctors. That dog and it was just so hard to get everybody together. Get everyone on the same page. And then i was like well. Fuck this do one on us. you know. We got the footage. We have everything this do our own and we did that and then then the home as well as we should do on this we should do on all of you know and then it all started lining up when they saw the finished product. Yeah let's do this so now we're going with that you know the do the cyber is one and you know they they got they got such a crazy story you know. And they were advocates for the whole we'd movement before cool nobody else was rapping about it as kind of like you know. You don't really talk about smoking weed. And we'd go fucking corporate meetings at at columbia and sony. Just recapping of weed. Every time we'd go the you know the car services should have looked like chong doors open. It's just like sri smoke and there was like You know everybody on the streets in new york that god damn now everywhere. New york stinks because you can just smoke on the street. There the whole city as crazy the world has changed a lot. Yeah that's true okay. Yeah that's that's crazy. Just like i don't know a very inspiring story and i think a large percentage of people out there. I think it really like learn something. Because there's a lot of people out there who watch my shit or just trying to figure out how to make something out of their own trade tiffany you know. I feel like that's kind of the most inspiring thing about you is that you've mentioned do that. From super early on and continue to just sorta like reinvent the ways they are doing that. Yeah now you know now we have people hitting us up you know before we didn't have that we had hit them up. You know we had come with these ideas and be. We'd really have to sell them on it now. People like a. Can you do that for us. you know it's like we kind of made our own lane and people like what we do in the come to us for that whereas before we'd have to like kind of kick the door down and throw the shit on the desmond like this let you need you know we. We're your guys. Do you know we had to like really sell it hard. And we had you know may build their confidence that if they went with us that you know they were going to. The did the right thing now is like you know. Can you guys do that for us. And we're like Your brand doesn't really fit with With our well we do our movement you know so maybe better to go to those guys you know. They probably do it better than us her. You know we can kind of pick and choose who we want to do stuff with and who we fit with. Obviously we don't fit with every brand and we can't make every brand fit with us so you know we just try to do stuff that that goes with the goes with us. You know stuff that we're into definitely probably gotta piss more right now than in my entire life Anything we should be looking out for Anything that we need to know about. You know we're just working on the you know the new documentary and some movie projects that we don't really like a put it out there until you know everything set in stone and lockdown. But you know. I got the books coming Those three books house talking about the christmas and the bowe-zolkin the l. e. women for valentine's day and low writing for single the myo and You know got my gear online and you know basically that's all i can focus on right now while everything's you know we might get locked down again. You know so. I'm kind of just using what i have in putting that out there and then when they free it up then i can go because a lot of times i travel for work so when they free it up then i can go way i feel about as i can get back to work right now. I'm just doing all this stuff. You know it's a lot of work to but is not. You know what i'm used to doing because i'm used to being out there traveling. The world taking photos and you know doing all that. But now. I'm just focusing on what i can do here with what i got and I got plenty of shit to do like you know like the the cliche you know. There's never enough time in the day. So i'm you know i'm good with that. You go let me by that off you sure. Yeah it's already got your name on a cat should nobody else has fire man. I was just thinking. I'm like i'm gonna have a good time looking at this tonight. You brother now. This is this is amazing..

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"cypress hill" Discussed on No Jumper

No Jumper

07:41 min | 3 months ago

"cypress hill" Discussed on No Jumper

"You have to be in favor of the protests that you're taking photos of like if there was a nazi rally in downtown downtown la tomorrow. Is that the kind of thing that you would feel comfortable photographing i mean. This is clear as a photographer of note. But yeah i would definitely go shoot it but i wouldn't feel comfortable there Like i went to shoot. You know different political Things going on here. Like i went to shoot or you know all the people You know for trauma there. In beverly hills. Oh yeah okay and that know. Of course i go by myself and Right away you know. You feel the way the people are looking at. You know you're laying down because they're looking at you like you're you're not on our side so you must be against us. Yeah like you know what. I have to do to wear a red hat and if you did then you would probably everybody accepted you right away. Top the flag or something like that. I just dressed the way. I dress every day. I wasn't going to change just to go take pictures. You know so like kind of noticed like right. When i got there people were like looking in a certain kind of way so then i was like you know all this. This might not turn out to good. You know especially. Because i'm outnumbered. I'm by myself and if somebody trips on me i'm not the guy that just walk away and you're gonna fucking be throwing shit at me or none of that. You know like. I'm going to the wheels fall off so i saw how the cops were supporting them and near like you know. They could do whatever they wanted to anybody in the cops would just write you know. Turn the fucking but at other kind of Protests like the black lives matter. Whatever the in cages type one the cops were you know they were on like if you're not on this side and we're fucking you and me You know a couple of people. I wrote out with they. We all got shot rubber bullets. You know the the pain guns with the pepper spray. Yeah wow serious injury or anything. One of my boys he got shot in the head. You gushing blood. I didn't know you know. I didn't know the damage. I just saw a face full of blood so we rolled into Cedar sinai. Because i figure man we go to the hospital here in the hood you know. I don't know what happened to i. He might fucking bleed out or something. So i took him to see sign. I learned from another home that you know you. Just drop them off right there at the emergency room and they have to take care of him right and it's a different mentality at you. Know hospital like that. So we rolled over there and they they hook them up right away and we're out of there in a couple of hours but you know it gets pretty rough you know. I had a couple of friends who were vets that went with us. You know out there. And i tripped out when the cops are shooting nonlethal things that are whatever out of it he would just stand there and just be you know. These are real real bullets. So you know what the fuck is going to happen. You know been on the frontline over there so you see footage of of all of all everybody in as soon as they start shooting at you. Everybody runs and scatters right. And then you'll see like one guy standing there in. That's my boy who had done a better over there in that situation where you hear gunshots go off at a party or whatever and it's like ninety five percent of people just hit the ground or run for cover and always be. That's how you know who the crazy motherfucker is. Our is like the dues or just. Don't care don't what ever even though realistically like running for cover usually doesn't make a ton of sense in that environment because it's like you know where the what angle it's coming. You don't know where it's being shot at. Chances are it's a guy shooting at another guy that are not pointed at you at all but yeah i i mean i've been a mad parties and stuff somebody pulls out a gun and you just see wave of people crashing down and it's fucking crazy. It's crazy like all those like internet things when they shoot in the clubs. Like you just see like everybody's trampling each other you know and You know like you said you know you just see that one guy. That's like just not not afraid of anything. They just watching everything that's happening. Who's shooter you know. And where where's this coming from. And where's he aiming to And they are watching this shit like sometimes you know you're just running with the crowd but then you was looking you'll see that one guy watching everything and just see what he's looking at and you looking united okay. That's where it's coming from and that's what's happening you know you know it's interesting you're saying the protests to because nowadays it's like a lot of people at a protest are gonna see a camera and immediately feel very suspicious and take offence to it almost because there's like a assumption that on certain side of that somebody might just get fired from their job for being associated with it one way or another are a lot of times people on the left in t whatever you hear them talk about how nobody should be livestreaming at protests and whatnot. Because you know that that's just going to be used against them Do you feel any responsibility in that. Or have you seen that mentality. Change over the yes and i. I should on film you know and nobody's going to see these pictures for at least ten years. Yeah all my pictures. That i've shot you know in these things that they won't be seen for ten twenty years just like everything that everybody seeing now is twenty years old right so for me is not like all let me shoot some cool stuff and get it out as fast as i. Can you know faster than everybody else. I'm like cool. Everybody's seen all that already. Everybody's seen those cop cars on fire. You know by fifty other people that were shooting live that day or posted on instagram. So i don't even need to show my now because everybody already saw that event happening but so i just save all my stuff for something later on down the line that you know where i feel like you know it'll fit what i do definitely That's interesting you said sitting on a photo for ten twenty years. It's like now a lot of people don't want to wait. You know day to put something online like is it ever. Do you ever take an amazing photo and you feel like that. Might be one of the best photos ever taken. I wanna get that out of the people right away. No you don't have the impulse. No i feel like like i. I can't keep book. There's no way. Because i feel like i take a lot of good pictures you know because i the way the school i come from his. You don't push the button until you see something good whereas now they like the spray and pray technique. They just hold the button. Downs is about. Hopefully i'll get one out of there. And then i could photoshop at the death and it'll be a great picture for me. I'm i'm shooting like maybe ten percent of what everybody else's shooting and i don't really care because i already know that they beat me to the punch some of these guys Cameras are wifi to their phones and all the photos on the phones. Come up and by the time i get home. I'm already seen the fucking shit with shot when i get home now. I don't even need to put that picture all these. I feel like that even a photo shoes that i do like what's the point of even put it on my picture when when everybody behind the scenes posted everything. Yeah there's no there's nothing like no surprise. Yeah everything's been exposed already. So i'm like fuck it you know. Yeah and it's crazy because now even.

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"cypress hill" Discussed on No Jumper

No Jumper

07:53 min | 3 months ago

"cypress hill" Discussed on No Jumper

"I'm like there's not that many people in l. a. or driving their shit around every day. That's insane that you guys love. La shit that much like like how does that feel sometimes to see how far this shit reverberates i mean it's it's great. You know like i to me. I look at it. I'm just like fog man. That's so cool like these people know our culture so much that they they bought that shit. The united states had a flown over there. Whether it's clothing cars whatever tattoos you know whatever whatever was they flew all that shit to their country and had had it right there. They had like little mini as right there. The only difference that they didn't have that we had because for them. It was more like a sport was like friendly competition. They didn't have people jacket for the dayton's they'd have the cops. You know fucking with them because a low writers basically an illegal car right the car. The the wheels are too small for the suspension everything about the unsafe storage of batteries in the trunk. There's like three violations just pulling the interesting yeah so you know back in the nineties of cops to always fuck with us. It was like the thing. Do you know like you saw copulate. All new car could get told. I might have a warrant. Could go to you know could go to the county jail the night or whatever but they have to deal with none of that shit you know for them is a sake. It was cool. You know they could just build cars and and basically you know driving around play with them all day and nobody to fuck with them right for them. It was a people. Stop in the street or wall fucking cargo by here. Like mothers wonder where he lives. You know deaf who might have some rims. I need for my car. Some shit like that ache. I've gotten fall would be far before car. You know nashes. You know little bit stressful. You know with these going to do you know. Yeah so you know the cops looking taking impounding. Your car should like that like they don't to deal with none of that so it's kind of like they get to do it all but in a safe way you know. They don't have the but to me. I like i like it here. You know i'd like to. I'd like that little excitement. That stress and you know the drennan ryan but has been appointed. Live where you start to feel like. I got a little too much success to really be in the hood or around the shit that you know you really built a name for yourself on being around like is. Is there ever that separation for you. Because sometimes we'll be doing video content where we just pull up to the projects pull up to some rappers hood. Whatever and to me. I love that feeling of just being accepted in that environment and being able to document this shit knowing that was very hard for most people that get into this environment But then at the same time sometimes i think like i'm taking a little bit more risk than maybe would be wise to at times when i realised somebody got shot on at that store where i was standing a week later. Some shit like that. Yeah i mean back in the day. The most of the photos that i was getting were were people always kicking with right so i was just there. You know we're all there. And i just happened to be taking pictures now like you know some people know me and stuff you know like you said but now if i'm going to do some photos or something like that i'm i'm being invited you know so it's like i'm a guest you know in people are cool. You know as long as you're respectful and you're you know you're not trying to ask some certain type of way you know you. You know how to navigate through all that you know so for me is is pretty much the same. I don't think i'm that successful to where people like people who want to be a threat to me you know. I don't have anything to really offer them. I my success is that i've been seen nor my photos have been seen lake a millionaire walking around or you know on instagram. With twenty grand man. Like phone is shit like that does not mean you know i just get pay my bills and do my thing and so whenever i see people out there you know i go everywhere by myself pretty much right and and i feel comfortable like that. You know. I don't. I didn't put it to where i need to roll around with people or or you know maybe a you know i could be in some type of danger where i have to have somebody with me or anything. I never thought we always roll like that. Like you know. Even with cypress hill we used to go everywhere you know. Every time we go to new city we just rolled out. Go to the mall go kick it. Kick it with people you know. We're like friendly with everybody so we never had that like well. We sold this many record so we got to act like this and you know. Just a weird. There's like a thin line. You can cross but once you cross that you know you're stuck on that side. Yeah and none of us ever really crossed that line so you as a photographer in terms of you know obviously if you get paid to shoot something and you're getting paid to shoot something but in terms of the type of photography that really makes you happy. What are your favorite things if you had you know next saturday free and you're gonna go shoot something. What would be the thing that would bring you the most personal happiness to shoot. I mean pretty much anything that you can get paid for. You know all the stuff that i shoot that. I never got paid for that. That i don't make money on. Is like the the stuff that i love. To shoot you. Know the car culture the la kosher. The you know the tattoo stuff you know. That's all the stuff that i love to shoot that you can't really make money off of right. It's the music and the celebrities in the brands. That's where you get the money. If anything people will see your style of photos and be like. I want that style for my brand. But you can't make somebody's brand. Looked like that. You know those pictures were taken of a moment and it wasn't for a reason or purpose so you're never gonna get that again in a brand or you know like i. I've seen people go. They look through my patients. Go want my album cover like that. But it's like you don't look like that and you're not that you know they'll say i'll do something nice for you don't trip i got you but you know. I can't tell them like you know you'll never be that guy you know don't even trip so i just go. Yeah we you know. We'll hook it up. And then i you know i take good enough pictures of them to where they're like. You know you did your thing you know. But they see other pitches. And i wanna be that guy right. You know. it's like you're not that guy. Photography is just. I mean so much photography in general in particular the stuff that i see from you and stuff that people love so much that it's just very much documentation of real people doing real things like that's the thing that you can't really like so much it's really is access like i have some friends. who've like had certain moments in time where they're photography was getting attention and stuff so much of that time when i would look at it from technical standpoint it was very basic but they were in an environment where capturing and saying things you know like just seeing shit. The people don't get a chance to see and that's so much of what you know. There's only so much that somebody gives a fuck about seeing a photograph. This well done. There's only so many people that are really gonna be able to appreciate that but having access and being around people that you know yeah for me. I see that and.

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"cypress hill" Discussed on No Jumper

No Jumper

06:08 min | 3 months ago

"cypress hill" Discussed on No Jumper

"Yeah so when. I told me i just got back and i had a promo tape with me with the first single jump around and one other. Make the intro. And i gave him the tape. I go check this out you know. There's this ban them starting to work with and he goes okay cool and he said he played it and right away he got it you know he was like damn that shit hidden hard. You know so. When he came back from japan we kicked it some more. And then you know we started kicking hanging out and and ninety four. I left House of pain broke up. And i call you know the cypress hill guys. And i was a man. These are done touring you know. And i just wanted to call and thank you guys with opportunity because you know i had a great time. Fuck i toured the world and did all kinds of cool shit and thank you guys you know now is gonna go back and do construction work at the doors again and They gov that's cool. You know 'cause our road manager just fucked up so you can come in fill in that slot and they are. I show is kind of like your initiation. And they're like you gotta get on the plane of flat in new york and meet mobile. He's coming up the beastie boys tour and you guys are gonna meet up in new york and then fly to the show and a helicopter. It was woodstock ninety four slow. That was my first show working with cypress hill. And you know we flew in with Jefferson airplane me and boba until the members from jefferson airplane. Food and a backstage of woodstock and you know flying over five hundred thousand people. Fuck man you got fella. I made it. You know like look at me. You know fucking helicopter. Flying with these. Two do's and going backstage woodstock and that shit was you know unreal. Sounds like it all happened very abruptly for you. Yeah he was going is going pretty fast. And then once i got in good with them Me and cartoon had been working on different stuff together. And then i brought him into you know the site. Brazil cabin we started doing the album covers. He started tattooing them. And then i had already gotten tattooed by him. I was like the first one to get by because was amen all these news. That are tattooing. They do like as a crap you know like a plumber or whatever they're just like pretty much tracing the drawings that are on the On the wall and cartoon could flip it right out of his head you know you could tell cartoon drawn line. Draw low rider draw. Fine girl draws saturn. You know whatever you could think of. He could just bus shit off a memory in his head from like one time that he's seen it right. I think you need to start doing so. He started tattooing and When i after. I got my tattoos. I showed him to to cyprus cypress hill and then they started getting some of his tattoos and then by then he was already. You know deepen our crews. Every time i go on tour. I meet like i think the first group was goodie. Mob told him if he ever come to allay my boy hook you up you know. Look he did all these tattoos on me. You know he'll hook you up. 'cause you know you see some some people they just go into annual shopping get let me get a number three on the be especially back then people are a lot more literate when it comes to tattoos still aren't back then it was like nobody fucking shit they get whatever you give me the black panther crawling up and shit like that so i got one of them when when to started doing stuff he is doing stuff out ahead and i was. Show all these guys you know they outkast and goodie mob and stuff and so when they came to right away. they're not. Hey you know we want to get tattoos and so we took him to south central because at that time he was doing the the ice cream truck and we my boy One of the homestead like a car wash and that's where he was doing the dice cream truck. He was merely note and We brought Goodie mob over there and we had you know the tattoo set up right there and he tattooed him right there at the car. Wash and then We tattoo at the pad or we got into a shop called the l. a. tattoo on hollywood boulevard and then like Ninety seven hundred eighty eight. He moved to spotlight tattoos. Melrose oh yeah and then the shit wind blew up best crazy taking back a little bit. Why did how's the pain break up. And what was that like. From your vantage point They just couldn't get alone all three of them. Were always like you know like brothers. You know fighting over dumb shit and they just couldn't you know work it out. You know three guys that you know when when people start getting successful they start thinking like you know. I don't need the other guy. You know. I'm i'm i made it enough to where i can do my own shit. You'll see other band members. Start other bands. And you know like all fucking keys. It doesn't work out these guys. I got this backup plan. You know at this band or some shit like that. So you know just got to the point where they couldn't couldn't do it no more you know be is you know. Sometimes it got kind of physical or shit like that and it was like fuck. Is you know. i don't need it so then. I was kinda bummed out. I was like man because especially your first band or group that you're associated with means more than all the ones after that a lot of times because this is your first time experiencing success on that level. You know it was a trip 'cause when they were when we started doing shows We would they would book like three shows in a night and because it was seven minutes each time so we'd go to three different clubs and pay play the single right and we'd have like a limo and they would drive us to the three different clubs or or a ban and.

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3 Teens Shot, 1 Killed in Brooklyn, New York City

Bernie and Sid in the Morning

00:26 sec | 7 months ago

3 Teens Shot, 1 Killed in Brooklyn, New York City

"Seven homicides throughout New York City Sunday, including three teens. They were shot one fatally at a park in Cypress Hills, Brooklyn, a 16 year old fatally shot and pronounced dead at the scene outside the George Walker Junior Park on Vermont Street, an 18 year old in critical condition this morning. A 17 year old in stable condition that in connection with that drive by after a gunman in an SUV opened fire from his sunroof suspects at

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Memorial Day weekend offers son time to remember mother taken by New York's coronavirus outbreak

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | 10 months ago

Memorial Day weekend offers son time to remember mother taken by New York's coronavirus outbreak

"Americans are observing Memorial Day weekend in many different ways and for one son in New York City it's a chance to pay his respects to his mother taken from him by the corona virus right well the break is at cypress hills cemetery in Brooklyn visiting his mother's grave for the first time since she died just before mother's day I miss her so much I imagine the scenery in front of my face Rosenman of Reagan just turned eighty three in March and her son expected to live much longer side of the family of longevity you know because my grandmother she lived until nineteen years so I thought my mother had like maybe five or six of several good years left in it was even planning another Christmas vacation for them both for cove it took her a long fortunately we won't be spending this Christmas song Julie Walker New York

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"cypress hill" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

10 10 WINS

01:30 min | 1 year ago

"cypress hill" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

"Ridgewood cypress hills east New York and can RCM police are deployed to where crime is happening meantime the MTA has given the green light to buy nearly one thousand new subway cars the R. two sixty twos are open gangway cars which will allow riders to walk from one end of the train to the other without passing through any doors the design allows extra room when it's crowded they will ultimately run on the four five and six lines and will be tested in may of next year emotions ran high at the staples center in Los Angeles yesterday for the memorial for Kobe Bryant his win over NASA said Kobe and daughter Chiana were everything to her they were also speaks **** by Michael Jordan and Shaq o'neal the owner of the helicopter meantime is facing a lawsuit Vanessa Bryant had submitted a complaint for damages against island express helicopters the company that owned and operated the helicopter Kobe Bryant and the eight others were riding in she's claiming wrongful death and negligence against a company saying the chopper was not safe and shouldn't have been flown into fog in a statement island express helicopters says quote he was a tragic accident we will have no comment pending the litigation Alex stone wins do semi thirty seven UP next in ten ten wins entertainment drama on the set of SNL this is Jay Farner CEO of quicken loans and we want to help your house feel more like a home with some of the lowest refinancing rates ever rates have dropped so much.

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"cypress hill" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

01:53 min | 1 year ago

"cypress hill" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Cypress Hill streets a little slow because of road work extravagant be less than ten minutes away in double the C. B. S. and now it's time for the weather forecast with CBS twos Elise finch and you're busy lady you shooting holiday promos earlier Hannah we are all shooting a calling promos so while hopefully we'll get to see those on the air here in the next month and it feels like the whole he's out there that's for sure yesterday it was a feeling like new year's eve or something I don't know because it was so cold today is not as harsh but we do have lots of clouds that are moving in today Chris kind of streaming in frequently I did a forty five degrees it's still about ten degrees below where we should be tomorrow milder mostly sunny with a high of fifty one degrees so pretty close to where we should be temperature wise tomorrow is definitely a really nice and to the work week but it doesn't last long Saturday will be sunny but very cold once again it will feel like the teens and in some cases single digits when you wake up the high on Saturday just thirty eight degrees right now we are thirty seven and cloudy in midtown from CBS to news Emily spent well thank you lease it's eleven ten another seller of subway sweets has been because out on video in a police encounter a candy peddler was cuffed under twenty fifth street stop on the four five and six line on Tuesday night in this video which has been circulating on Twitter writers can be heard yelling it pops during the blast the a P. D. says barber and sharp repeatedly refused police orders to show his ID he's been hit with a charge of governmental obstruction and he is one of twenty two people arrested for illegal subway sales this year and that includes the woman you heard about earlier in the week who was arrested for selling churros in Brooklyn last Sunday the traps are coming to.

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"cypress hill" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

03:13 min | 1 year ago

"cypress hill" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Broken down car by Cypress Hill Street right house there leveling down thank you so much Brian for calling us up with that tip our next topic update in less than ten minutes on W. at CBS live to the weather center and meteorologist Daniel little looks like another cold night tonight yeah another cold one indeed see even then temperatures to begin a moderate a little bit here over the next couple of days before you take another dip again to start the weekend on Saturday tonight mostly clear early on we do have some clouds will be pushing in from the west later on tonight our low twenty eight degrees in the city closer to twenty degrees however in the colder outlying areas tomorrow clouds and some sunshine with a high of forty six degrees some patchy clouds tomorrow night with a low of thirty seven and then again a little bit milder still was we round out the week on Friday pretty nice looking day mostly sunny Friday's high fifty two degrees right now twenty six degrees in Ronkonkoma it's thirty two in bayside we have thirty one degrees in mid town going down that's one to Mars you abused him repeatedly he contacted attorney Mitchell Garabedian this summer is coming forward now because is desires please make sure children I can't.

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"cypress hill" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:38 min | 1 year ago

"cypress hill" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Welcome to let the new USA I'm a young host on we're gonna continue now with my conversation with cypress hill's send dog in the nineties Cypress Hill this is like your your moment the peak of your career like from the mid nineties to late two thousand your collaborating with artists like wutang clan do you need ice cube Snoop Dogg learn these people and mark and legends in music history and I keep thinking back to you just like being you know in your little neighborhood like okay well I can't really pop and rock but maybe I could do for how are you processing not just the theme but the fact that you had this level of impact I mean the way I process there was like if your everyday that that they say about you is true then you should be able to open up some doors for for people behind you and I felt that we did that you know we opened up doors and you know behind us can some really good talent you see a lot more like Latino hip hop coming out and and they made me feel good to know that we did our role as is as pioneers or or just role models or whatever you know guys and open the door like you know check out the kids behind us you know they got talent too so those are the high point but there's this thing that happens in the mid nineteen nineties Cypress Hill and NW a rapper Ice Cube getting to be if there's accusations of people stealing rhymes what happened with Ice Cube ended up creating a rift between black and brown folks in LA it created.

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"cypress hill" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:38 min | 1 year ago

"cypress hill" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Welcome to let the new USA I'm making wholesome we're gonna continue now with my conversation with cypress hill's send dog in the nineties Cypress Hill this is like your your moment the peak of your career like from the mid nineties to late two thousand your collaborating with artists like wutang clan D. ice cube Snoop Dogg learn these people and Marc Anthony legends in music history and I keep thinking back to you just like being you know in your little neighborhood like okay well I can't really pop and rock but maybe I could do for how are you processing not just the theme but the fact that you had this level of impact I mean the way I process it was like you have your every dealer that they say about you is true then you should be able to open up some doors for for people behind you and I felt that we did that you know we opened up doors and you know behind us can some really good talent you see a lot more like Latino HIPAA coming out and and they made me feel good to know that we did our role as is as pioneers or or just role models or whatever you know guys and open the door like you know check out the kids behind us you know they got talent too so those are the high point but there's this thing that happens in the mid nineteen nineties Cypress Hill and NW a rapper Ice Cube getting to be if there's accusations of people stealing rhymes what happened with Ice Cube ended up creating a rift between black and brown folks in LA it created.

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"cypress hill" Discussed on Latino USA

Latino USA

04:13 min | 1 year ago

"cypress hill" Discussed on Latino USA

"You guys don't have a lot of videos that fuel really exploitative of women which was really a big thing like in the nineties and two thousands without a conscious choice as a group to say we're not do that or was it just like hey this is who we are in this is what we do when we're together 'em conscious that at the same time it was like a you know organic thing wouldn't feel like we had to be you know talking about girls butts and stuff or anything like that anything to do with checks were the donor crew you know that's who we were we were more concerned about being those alley cat burning a fired a trash can drink forty passing the blood that stats are who we wanna divvy it had it had nothing do chicks we even thought that girls aren't gonna like are music because it was too underground and we were wrong about that song i'm kinda glad we didn't go that row because we would have alienated you know are female audience before i let you go just one last question send on what was it like to be back together touring well that's the one thing that people you know 'cause you don't put out an album in eight years people think like you know you're not a band anymore and you're not together anymore we were still doing sellout dates around the over like selling out stadiums and stuff and venues you know left and right and it gives it goes to show you the power of the cyprus so you know army the fans that they don't need a brand new recor come see us they proved it for eight years in a row they took coming out you know it was a new album coming out oh it'll be sued okay cool show that's what they were you know they can have a good time with the ban you know but we never lost a supporter of are are are public are fans they were it was incredible to go places you know five six years a lot of album and they're still selling out stadiums around the world is kinda crazy actually send you have been an extraordinary store nary important creative force in the music of this country and i just wanna say thank you for everything that you've done san dog and everything that you've done with cypress hill thank you so much for joining me on the team usa it's been my pleasure to be here will do a latino usa in thank you for the kind words by brazil wherever you're damn dog an cypress hill recently we sees a star on the hollywood walk of fame on this episode was produced by maggie freeling an edited by marlin bishop unfit and i'm like i'm like you know usa team includes me at cs so if you have at least a cop and then yesterday the heat genesee moga and say you're giving are engineers are definitely gonna vote and julian gruesome are production manager is nothing are new york women's foundation ignite fellow is just running are interns are lucas southern and jonathan are theme music was composed by saying everybody knows if you like the music you've heard on this episode stop by usa dot org and check out our weekly spotify playlist i'm your host and executive producer playing for joining us again on our next episode and in the meantime look for us on all of your social media i'll see you there joe latino usa say is made possible in part by the ford foundation working with visionaries on the frontlines of social change worldwide the john d and catherine t macarthur foundation end housing simon's foundation unlocking mocking knowledge opportunity and possibilities more at h as foundation dot org i i gotta i gotta get some props with my kids you know 'cause i my i might he ain't horsa next time on latino usa luna lauren bellies you know her as captain mattiello we're done on dexter we sit down for an intimate conversation about her childhood and how she brings strong latina character's.

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"cypress hill" Discussed on The GaryVee Audio Experience

The GaryVee Audio Experience

02:22 min | 2 years ago

"cypress hill" Discussed on The GaryVee Audio Experience

"I mean, we would play Nintendo baseball like just regular Nintendo baseball when Genesis was already out just as but we'd still go back to school. And we've just he would just play that shit did repeat. Did you have to hide the CD from your parents? Oh, my parents. My my Russian mother didn't give a fuck jazz in my business. It wasn't like you know, what I mean? My I had like, my my mom was liked be a boy, man. She was like go out like she's like don't come back until like, eight PM and eat dinner. She was not in my shit shots. Yeah. Real she first of all I of all she fucking put a macro spell, and she knew I was a good boy. Right. Second of all. I fucking work. I was doing I didn't give a fuck about anything. But money. That's right. I was fucking working it snowed. My mom wasn't worried that I was in a basement with a bunch of kids drinking because it was snow after work into shoveling. She knew exactly where it was ding Dong. Would you give me twenty bucks to shovel your driveway? Like I fucked with fucking working artists. Gotta do it. It's one thing that you culturally were at that time when it mattered to me in matters way. More to me on the shit. We DM about the entrepreneurs the fact that you guys are iconic and torn seven fuck about like, you're my kind of people in. Likewise. Thank you know. Pleasure. I got really again last question. And I read something about this. I mean in your book, do you still think Alexis the way to go because of the whole I think I think everybody's going to be like Alexa, play cypress hill. This is going to be a lot of music. This. This this right there. What I just did is a lot of what's going to happen. Alexa, louder because I was going to get it. And then the whole that whole controversy happen. I was going to get it because you said no more than anybody. Even if they're watching live your fucking life. True that there it is. That's true. Right. I literally for the last eight years because I knew this was all going to happen to me have been living my life on the record every meeting every interaction. I've I just knew in my heart. I knew this was going to happen for me. I was like fuck it. I'm not gonna give one person at actually knows me anything other than I'm best fucking, dude. It's gonna live my life. Cool. Hell, yeah..

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"cypress hill" Discussed on The GaryVee Audio Experience

The GaryVee Audio Experience

03:19 min | 2 years ago

"cypress hill" Discussed on The GaryVee Audio Experience

"He's just think it'd be fresh. We're gonna have to explore that. That's a great idea. I really do. And I also like like cool. Let me tell you when we tell me. So tell me what tell you we've been actually that's a good question. So back to like, how fun my life has gotten the last two years as more. I have been on me waking up in the morning and getting a DM from cypress hill. And that's some shit. I called every single fucking person with school and like just had the best time. How did you get onto the cut? Like, what was this like how did you even become aware of the concert? What what happened someone put me onto you? You know? So check this guy out. Yeah. And and you got it. Right. Started from there. And we got we got you in the first thirty seconds or a little bit longer. No, no right off the top. You know, because you know, a lot of the stuff that that you're trying to instill in people as inspirational in saying that, you know, there's no obstacles you can go do this. If you set your mind to task, boom, go get it. No excuses, and I love that shit. Because that's that's the way that we've. Always approached making music. We didn't let anything be an obstacle. We believed in ourselves. And you know, we set to task here we are twenty seven years later ragging on with Gary v's. They know what you were writing, you know, which wrote made sense I finished a Christian book and like two days. You know, and it just made sense, especially being involved social media wise in knowing how to get your brand out there. It makes me say, you know, what's funny to me. I always tell people in makes sense. Like when I when people really didn't believe it the people that in most made sense to where people that went through the machine and made it. Like you. Because then you knew how true it was. Because you knew the disadvantages of having distribution have the leverage instead of the creative, right? In. That's that's that's the business there serendipity and you being here as well. It was just that was the machine. Thank god. The right people got eyes on you. Thank God, you had full conviction, and we're willing to die in your sword. But now the same you, let's pop that on soundcloud and YouTube. The all the leverage that's the get down. Now. One hundred percent. So what else is going on in the entrepreneur land. Well, you gotta property table. Yes. In this for you. This is one of our cypress hill products in the cannabis can feel crazy to watch cannabis go truly mainstream it some federal stuff to slow it down a little bit. But it feels good because I mean, you know, it validates all the there you go. Spahn question. Right. And crushing ahead. No feels great because all the sacrifices that we made in talking about it in the music, you know, because when we started it was taboo. Especially in hip hop. You kidding Nancy Reagan just had her run. Yeah. And seriously literally like, I'm telling you right now, we've talked about I was like I don't smoke literally. Because Nancy Reagan my mom completely and utterly bought into that product shit. And then push that shit on me hundred. Yeah, you know. So we had opportunities, you know, leave the table because of our politics and our stance on cannabis and stuff like that. So you know to see it now come to fruition..

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"cypress hill" Discussed on The GaryVee Audio Experience

The GaryVee Audio Experience

03:25 min | 2 years ago

"cypress hill" Discussed on The GaryVee Audio Experience

"The biggest thing that I'm excited about is. Obviously for me like when when we started I interacting on social it was like, right? Like to me, this is so unbelievable. I'm curious about the entrepreneurial aspect of you guys. Like at first it was like holy shit. So cool. Anybody like my age is like you guys are so conic legendary what's really interesting as we keep interacting and just watching is how much entrepreneurial DNA is in in you guys. And and so like, I guess for me mainly because I definitely want to put everybody who fucks with me on. What are you guys? What do you guys give fuck about right now? Well, you know, actually real quick just for the eighteen year old. That's not educated enough to really know. Can you guys go round? And actually before we go into anything who you are actually the origin story of when the most iconic. I am be real. I'm Eric Bobo. And I'm sitting dog, and we're cypress hill. You know, we started making our rooms in nineteen ninety one with rough house records through Sony Music and we've had a storied career if twenty-seven years of it. You know, we did a lot of out of the box things in terms of our music and sound to ninety one. When did you guys meet sending? I'd I've known since it sounds maybe thirteen fourteen years that puts around somewhere like nine hundred eighty six when we met he was eighty eighty three eighty two I think now it'll be younger. So he was hanging around with my brother break dancing. Yeah. And I had like this little little aspirations of being a rapper me. And my brother, you know, one day told me there's a guy in the break dancing. Could you know rep really good and we should bring him in our crew. So it ended up being him. So we actually auditioned in front of my mother's house. That's how sassy where it's. Started rather than he referred but three or four minutes and after like the first thirty seconds hours like he's in. But I just let them go on that quick that quick. As we became like a three man crew yet. And then he eventually guys just started doing their own solo deals immune be were like the last two left. Okay. About five or six entertainers that would eventually get contracts and stuff on our block in our little crew that we have met him with the last two and mugs was a producing somebody back east and kept sending me cassettes in the mail. You know with music on it. So I would have to go and get him because he was caught up in doing the gang life thing. And I will try to go. Hey, come on come over here. We could you know, right to these tracks or whatever. And he's like man, I I can't leave. We're in the middle of a war. So it must be back to LA. We both went over there and got him. And I think after the second time we he agreed to come to the apartment in Hollywood that mugs set up to a record one song. And we were going to bring them back to that night. And he never went back. He just stood in the studio apartment there, and we just recorded recording recorded, but our group we started at actually one thousand nine hundred eighty eight when heat ninety cited, you know, we're going call this cypress hill, which was the block that I lived on in south game was called cypress avenue. But somehow we put the hill on there's a story behind that too. But yeah, we we we decided, okay. We're going to do it. We're going to go for this is the name of our group. And so it was just me and him. I love that..

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"cypress hill" Discussed on I Am Rapaport

I Am Rapaport

02:24 min | 2 years ago

"cypress hill" Discussed on I Am Rapaport

"And then I was doing the fucking burner and be real projects, right and stuff. So we all kind of had all this stuff going on it took away from what we were doing with with cypress hill. And eventual. You know, when once we got all this stuff underneath our feet, and we went back and started finishing out maybe about a year ago. And then after that it was just about mugs getting comfortable getting the mixes getting the arrangements to the way that he liked them. You know, because it is filthy grimy dirty fucking dark. Yeah. And you know, here's the thing. You know, our tradition in the studio was you do this shit. And then you leave it don't get married to it. Because whatever you heard that day is probably going to change, you know, several times, you know, before mugs decides what he likes on it. He may flip it to something totally different. And when you're married to it, you might get burned out when you hear like, oh, man. That's not what I flipped to that. This doesn't sound like I like the other one. And at that point. You're not letting the producer produce got you know, what I mean, you're being fucking premadonna. Right. And you know, we always were. Ones able to put our egos aside and trust and shit. You know what I mean? So whatever we laid their did. Sometimes it doesn't come back the same. And we know that. And when I heard the first run of the album like oh shit. Did you like it where you like what the file is like I heard the direction is going in. And you know, 'cause I didn't I didn't know what to expect, you know. And I was like this is going to be some real cypress hill shit like those temple boom fans that like the dark grimy shit. I was like this is right up there fucking out. It's fuck. It's definitely one of the darkest joints. And like that song band of gypsys like to me, you're so in the pocket as Cyprus like the way you guys come in. And even the way send comes in. I don't know what the musical terms. But he kind of like comes in on the beat wait for the beat the star. Bag..

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"cypress hill" Discussed on I Am Rapaport

I Am Rapaport

04:36 min | 2 years ago

"cypress hill" Discussed on I Am Rapaport

"And you know, as tradition has it with with mugs producing we we trust in we go with what he what his vision is. Because he usually his musical, visions are usually fucking, you know, punching mother fuckers in the face, and we felt like bandages ABC's was that brand of cypress hill. But like right now, and you know, what what followed with the album like the dark obscure trippy psychedelic shit. I mean, you know, that's a part of who we were. But we never really explored that deep into it. Like we did with this one. It's very dark and mugs wanted to create a scenario. Area where you're listening to it. And you feel like you're you're tripping on mushrooms are acid, but it's really the audio. That's it's really tripping you out, and we're trying to put out visuals to go with that as well. But you know, we felt like at least speak for myself here. You know, I felt like I would do one last cypress hill album. And if I was going to do one last cypress hill album, it would be with DJ mugs at the helm. I didn't know what it would turn into because we hadn't worked in eight years, you know, with with mugs, you know, the the rise up album. He did a few tracks on it. Maybe two I I did a couple and we did with Cyprus hill. Normally doesn't do we went out of our own box. Which is you know, we went and got produced production from Pete rock and Mike should not. And there was another other producer on their Schuco. I think it is. In a couple more. We had different producers in in like, you know, like the shit. We've always talked about in doing that. You don't really have a lot of cohesiveness in album when you do that with other pickings. Yes. But when you have one producer, there's a sound there's a cohesiveness to it and in that rise up album. That's what was missing. I mean, we had good songs on I take away. Nothing from the songs. They were fucking dope. But the cohesion that usual that comes with cypress hill album wasn't there. Right. I could admit that as being a member of the fucking band. Right. So there's a such a distinct sound when you guys are in the pocket and with end with mugs. But yes, this is something that we all created together. And you know, like, I said, it'd been awhile. But I felt like, you know, if I'm gonna do a last one, lemme call my brother, let's, you know, I ran shit out and get it right and figure out when we're going to get this going in you know, when we're going to have it done. Now, we started probably about three or four years ago on this record on this record, which is much like our first of them. You know, our first album that took like a coma nation of you know. Three in between three and five years. Can't remember? But you know, we're working on that shit for quite some time before we gave it to a label. Really? Oh, yeah. For sure I mean, you know, we were working on a lot of it Sony went or roughhouse when they ended up signing we're pretty much close to done with that record. We'd only done maybe three songs after the fact to add to what we had. So we had ample time to work on work on album. But this one it was the same thing. You know, we started three years ago, but this was due to the reason it took so long for us. This time was because you know, now mugs got you know, a bunch of different projects. He's working with the Vert. And or however, you say that. You don't want to. You know, he was working with them. And I love their shit shit is crazy. I like it, you know, he's working with them. So he had a number of things going on. I had profits of raids so low shit stuff that I was doing with the exhibit endemic in the serial killers. So you know, I got tied up dog had power flow and Bobo had beat junkies. I mean Cyprus junkies entity more machine, and and you know, he's doing scores for for you know, like like Latin Netflix type zero shit. Okay. Argentina. So you know, everybody was was out there doing something. And oh, yeah..

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"cypress hill" Discussed on KROQ 106.7FM

KROQ 106.7FM

01:41 min | 2 years ago

"cypress hill" Discussed on KROQ 106.7FM

"Six point seven k rock has karaoke. You this is the Kevin and bean show. It is six minutes after seven o'clock cypress hill in ten minutes are very excited about that. I though Jim gaffe, again joins us one of our favorite comedians and actors good morning, Jim. Are very similar to cypress hill. Are you how exactly? Well, you know, we're both on during seven AM. Right. He has a point. That's enough. And we also we shop in the same grocery store here. You. Jeff is calling. Doing. Well. How are you? Okay. I know I'm sorry about that. All comedians. They come on our show hate it. Just because of the time it's just a horrible time for comedians to come on. I also think. Two movies premiering in the same weekend. Right. I mean, this is I feel like you're busy. And you gotta be waking up early Sundays. I know I know. Yeah. No. That's well, that's the worst part of acting is waking up. That's the worst part of parenting. That's the worst part about life. I think everything's just. Back to like noon. So happy with choir. Yeah. That'd be so great. But I am I am excited. I have two films that are at the Los Angeles film festival. One tonight in Culver city and the New York right in one tomorrow night at the Arclight in Santa Monica movie comedy.

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