Cypress Hill has been celebrating weed in their songs way before Wiz Khalifa and Curren$y. After a long hiatus, the legendary West Coast group - B-Real, Sen Dog and DJ Muggs - have reunited and are working on a new project. Recently, Cypress Hill dropped a video for “Reefer Man,” which is from the soundtrack of the weed flick, Grow House.

In the clip, directed by Anthony Hayward, B-Real and Sen Dog bathed in a beaming green light as they perform their song in a haze of smoke. The dynamic duo also take hits on a spliff as well, while promoting the great attributes of the icky sticky. There's also clips from the Green House film throughout.

Cypress Hill is currently working on their ninth project, Elephants On Acid.
“We had discussed about going back and working with Muggs. [B-Real] was really into it. We hadn’t worked with him for nine or 10 years," Sen Dog told Mass Appeal about them going back in the studio.

Watch Cypress Hill's new video above.

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