Cypress Hill’s Own Sen Dog Gives World Peak into His World in New EPK!

Blazing Mixtape Streaming On MySpace NOW!
Diary Of A Mad Dog In-Stores September 30th, 2008

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. Sen’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:

Be sure to peep out the Sen mixtape of the album by X Clan’s DJ Fat Jack and the blazing new single, “Capo” at

Sen Dog’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.

“I’ve done the whole dark, morbid thing and the whole rock n’ roll crossover thing. I’m not going to have an agenda on this; I’m going to jam and record whatever is fun to me,” says Sen Dog about his first ever solo offering. “With Cypress Hill I’m working with B-Real and DJ Muggs, but with my solo material it’s a bit more of a challenge and more rewarding for me as a songwriter when I come up with tracks and they sound banging” he adds.

Sen Dog has been a pioneer in the world of hip-hop, as one of the he and his Cypress Hill brethren were the first Latino hip-hop superstars and instrumental in helping to break down the door for Latin hip-hop. Sen Dog enjoyed #1 albums on the Billboard Charts (Black Sunday), Top 10 singles (“How Could I Just Kill a Man”, “Insane In The Brain” and “Rock Superstar”) and countless platinum and gold plaques with over 17 million albums sold worldwide. After nearly two decades in the game, Sen Dog has consistently been an innovator in the hip-hop world. From breaking down the door for Latin hip-hop to helping shape the whole West Coast urban/hip hop sound.

Please follow and like us:
Follow by Email

Author: James McQuiston

Ph.D. in Political Science, Kent State University. I have been the editor at NeuFutur / since I was 15. Looking for new staff members all the time; email me if you are interested. Thanks!

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *