One World Entertainment is pleased to announce the return of seminal West Coast hip-hop crew Cypress Hill.
Cypress Hill with Coin Banks Tour Dates
|6 DEC||METRO CITY||PERTH||oztix.com.au|
|8 DEC||ENMORE THEATRE||SYDNEY||ticketek.com.au|
|9 DEC||EATONS HILL||BRISBANE||www.oztix.com.au|
Cypress Hill Tour Info
With over 18 million albums sold worldwide, a massive back catalogue of hits and their dynamic live show, the group, who have sold out all their previous Australian Tours, will be performing at The Enmore Theatre in Sydney on December 8th and The Forum in Melbourne on December 11th.
Cypress Hill have continually pushed musical boundaries since their inception in the early 90’s. The release of their self-titled debut album in 1991 sold over 2 million copies and established them as one of rap’s most potent groups. They followed this up with their sophomore release ‘Black Sunday,’ which debuted at #1 on the Billboard Chart in 1993 and recorded the highest Soundscan ever for a hip-hop group.
Coin Banks Info
Hailing from Perth, Coin Banks has released his long awaited debut solo release HEADS, featuring Ta-Ku, Homeboy Sandman, 20syl and Atom from C2C, Like from PAC DIV and others. Coin has been featured as the feature artist on Rage, Triple J and RTR FM and had his second single Think Of You added to full rotation on Triple J. His EP has received critical acclaim and has shown what he is capable of a solo artist.
Cutting his teeth in Perth hip-hop group The Stoops, Coin left in early 2012 to pursue new projects – including the Coin & Ta-ku collaborative album, the full-length Letters To The Sun collaboration with producer Akouo, and membership of rising live hip-hop collective UPNUP, whose lone track “Whatever Man” earned Triple J Unearthed profile and a Macklemore & Ryan Lewis support.
Coin has also spent the last year crafting away on some of his best music to date, gearing up to debut as his first solo release in 2014.
HEADS will be closely followed by its companion piece, ‘Tails’. Both releases show Coin Banks striving to make music that is original and carries a social and conscious message, drawing on inspiration from the Native Tongue movement and its modern day equivalents such as Top Dawg Entertainment. Coin is currently working on his full-length album, with Ta-Ku and Nottz listed as contributors.