Latin hip-hop pioneer, Sen Dog (aka Senen Reyes) from Cypress Hill, is ready to give the world a glimpse into his world in his new EPK for his solo debut album, Diary of A Mad Dog due out September 30 on Suburban Noize Records. The EPK provides heart-felt testimonial from Sen on the making of this classic album along with rare behind-the-scenes footage of Sen dropping science on the project at world famous LA nightlife venues, the Roxy and Rainbow. Senâ€™s heavyweight friends, including Cypress Hill brethren B Real and photographer extraordinaire Estevan Oriol from Soul Assassins design studios, show love with cameos. Just click on the following link to check it all out for yourself: http://vids.myspace.com/index.cfm?fuseaction=vids.individual&videoid=42457828.
Be sure to peep out the Sen mixtape of the album by X-Clanâ€™s DJ Fat Jack and the blazing new single, â€œCapoâ€ at www.myspace.com/sendog
Sen Dogâ€™s bark is louder than ever on his debut. Taking matters of money, faith and family to the music, Sen Dog sets out to unleash personal dramas in a no-holds-barred symposium of introspection and a narrative insight into his life. Diary of A Mad Dog is a cathartic release for the rabid emcee, but totally accessible to a ravenous audience eager for a solid Sen Dog assault. A few of the Cali pals found on Diary of a Mad Dog include Tangled Thoughts, DJ Ace, and even his Cypress Hill partner B-Real joins in on the attack.
“Iâ€™ve done the whole dark, morbid thing and the whole rock nâ€™ roll crossover thing. Iâ€™m not going to have an agenda on this; Iâ€™m going to jam and record whatever is fun to me,” says Sen Dog about his first ever solo offering. â€œWith Cypress Hill Iâ€™m working with B-Real and DJ Muggs, but with my solo material itâ€™s a bit more of a challenge and more rewarding for me as a songwriter when I come up with tracks and they sound bangingâ€ he adds.
Sen Dog is a true hip-hop pioneer. His iconic group, Cypress Hill, have been credited as the first Latin hip-hop superstars. As co-frontman of the band, Sen has been instrumental in breaking down the door for other West Coast hip-hop artists in the Latin, urban and rock/rap hybrid genres. With #1 albums on the Billboard Charts (Black Sunday), Top 10 singles (â€œHow Could I Just Kill a Manâ€, â€œInsane In The Brainâ€ and â€œRock Superstarâ€) and countless platinum and gold plaques (over 17 million albums sold worldwide), Sen Dog has certainly earned his stripes as an OG committed to pushing music forward.
DIARY OF A MAD DOG IN-STORES SEPTEMBER 30, 2008.