Last weekend in Los Angeles the Serial Killers, B-Real, Xzibit and Demrick, were filming a video for their song “Wanted” off of their upcoming mixtape which drops on LiveMixtapes.com for free on October 31.
We give you an exclusive behind the scenes look at the Matt Alonzo directed video and talk to B-Real, Xzibit and Demrick about the new project and why they decided to come together as a group. Video footage, Interviews and Pics; We’ve got it all below! Lock your doors and put bars on the windows because the Serial Killers are coming this Halloween.
Behind The Scenes WANTED by Serial Killers (Video)
The brand new ‘Serial Killers’ track ‘We Are Legends’ world premiered yesterday on radio. The track produced by Statik Selektah & featuring B-Real and Xzibit leave their mark on their brand new track featuring Ea$y Money.
Listen to the brand new track right below:
The Serial Killers Vol. 1 drops Halloween (31st of October).
Serial Killers consists of B Real of Cypress Hill, Xzibit and Demrick. The group has combined to create “Serial Killers Volume 1″. Serial Killers drops Oct 31, Download it at livemixtapes.com (source: www.breal.tv)
The Serial Killers Vol.1 project is set for Halloween, 31st of October. The details are yet unknown, but the group has filmed the first video video for a track called “First 48.” Check out the Behind The Scenes video & pictures below.
Back in 2010 we brought you the news on the collaboration with rap legends Xzibit, B-Real and Demrick who joined forces and formed the group “Serial Killers”. The “Serial Killers Vol. 1″ is due to be released on Halloween, the 31st of October 2013. We’ve heard the track “Body Bags” a few years ago, which was the first song from the up and coming album.
In a recent interview with Xzibit, at B-Real’s “SmokeBox”, Xzibit together with B-Real discussed a couple of topics about being in a group and how Xzibit feel about the Serial Killers project: “I’m excited. The music was organic. We hang around each other all the time, so it was just a natural progression. We made some real killer cuts. No pun intended,” Xzibit explained
A name familiar to millions across the world - a hustler in the music, film, and television world, X is a performer as likely to be seen on-stage thrilling listeners in Germany as he is on cinema screens in blockbuster franchises like xXx 2 and The X Files: I Want To Believe. Let him tell it and he is simply "a self-made man from poverty." Throughout his career he's embodied a Do-It-Yourself mentality, resulting in the Platinum recording artist becoming a superstar with a formidable fanbase that spans the entire globe.
X began his grind to superstardom as he came to the attention of attentive Hip-Hop listenersas a member of the revered rap collective Likwit Crew. Founder and West Coast Hip-Hop veteran King Tee enlisted raucous group Tha Alkaholiks and newcomer X into the clique as original Likwit representatives. From there, the tenacious X unleashed his 1996 debut, At The Speed Of Life. Considered by many to be an underground rap classic, it arguably made him the breakout star of the Likwit collective. The album also spawned a definitive West Coast Hip-Hop cut in the cautionary "Paparazzi." "That song still gets a crazy reception from my fans," says its creator. "It first blew up overseas, but it ended up travelling everywhere. It's a timeless record." With enlightened Hip-Hop listeners swarming to offer their approval, he swiftly followed up this release with another Hip-Hop staple. Sophomore release 40 Dayz & 40 Nights was lauded by critics and fans alike, as its lead single "What U See Is What U Get" spent an astonishing six weeks atop the chart on BET's Rap City... read more at the Xzibit Biography page.
PIMP MY RIDE
Mr X to the Z and the good people at West Coast Customs make people's cars go from dirt to pimped in this 30 minute show that airs weekly on MTV. Featuring Los Angeles-area aftermarket shop West Coast Customs, “MTV Pimp My Ride” selects young, automotively challenged Southern Californians and transforms their rust buckets into triumphs.
For many young adults, getting the insurance or finance to fix up their cars can be difficult and taking out a car loan is often no an option. “It’s not just about the cars anymore,” X said, but also “the boost that these kids get in their self-esteem. You can see it in their faces.” "Everybody has had a bucket in their life," said X, using L.A. slang for a clunker. He has had two of his own rides — a Hummer H2 and a Mercedes-Benz S500 — "pimped" at West Coast Customs. A typical episode begins with X paying a surprise visit to the viewer and humorously highlighting the car's numerous problem areas. Then it's off to West Coast Customs, where a team of professionals disassembles the vehicle and completely refurbishes it with custom rims and paint, plush interiors and the latest in lighting, car audio and video accessories. Wheels, Grilles, Body Kits, Customer Paint, Rims, Tires, Car Audio, Car DVD Video and Computer Systems, and many more crazy additions are transplanted into a Pimped Rides every episode!
... read more at the Pimp My Ride page.