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Friday, November 16, 2012

Give thanks and see Cypress Hill for almost free

A lot of hip-hop heads agreed with Nas when he proclaimed that "Hip-Hop is dead." To support that notion, declining album sales were referenced as a vital reason. Its one thing to not buy an album being that there are other ways to get access to music (i.e. downloading), but what about concert tickets? Cypress Hill is a group who is believed to have a solid fan base all over the nation. That's why it's baffling that tickets for their show at the Tabernacle this Saturday with New York up start Action Bronson have dropped from $27.50 to only .75 cents!

From the Tabernacle's website:

"We're thankful for our fans so we want to send you to Cypress Hill this Saturday for (almost*) free! Use this link to grab your tickets ... "

A couple of factors come into play when trying to figure out how this could happen: Though a staple in the music industry, Cypress Hill is not really relevant in hip-hop today. The group hit its peak in the '90's with hits like "Insane in the Brain" "Dr.Greenthumb," and "How I Could Just Kill A Man." It could be that no one is checking for Cypress Hill anymore. Even still, they have to have some loyal fans in the area. Maybe it's just too cold to go out.

In the meantime, check out Action Bronson's latest mixtape, Rare Chandeliers.

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