New Serial Killers Mixtape (Xzibit, B-Real & Demrick) – The Murder Show – Listen Now!

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After dropping their now classic debut album “Serial Killers Vol. 1”, Cypress Hill frontman B-Real, West Coast legend Xzibit, and Demrick return with their brand new sophomore album “The Murder Show”. The new tape comes rocking all new material, boasting features from Jarren Benton, Bad Lucc, and Mykestro.

The project comes loaded up with all new material, 10 tracks in all, with production from The Bizness, G Rocka, 21, and more. Listen to the new mixtape below!

Xzibit Announces Serial Killers Reunion With B-Real & Demrick For "The Murder Show"

Xzibit Tour Dates – Loose Cannon Tour of Europe – October 2015

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Xzibit is doing live shows across Europe on the ‘Loose Cannon’ tour, throughout October. See below for tour dates:

Xzibit’s Upcoming Tours and Shows:

Date City Country Venue
Sun, October 4th 2015 Ghent Belgium Vooruit
Mon, October 5th 2015 London United Kingdom XOYO
Tue, October 6th 2015 Manchester United Kingdom Manchester Gorilla
Wed, October 7th 2015 Bristol United Kingdom Motion
Fri, October 9th 2015 Lucerne Switzerland Lion Club
Fri, October 9th 2015 Zurich Switzerland Alice Choo
Sat, October 10th 2015 Dortmund Germany Rush Hour
Sat, October 10th 2015 Neuss Germany Revolution
Sun, October 11th 2015 Deventer Netherlands Het Burgerweeshuis
Tue, October 13th 2015 Aarhus Denmark TBC
Thu, October 15th 2015 Roedovre Denmark Kulturhuset Viften
Fri, October 16th 2015 Chisinau Moldova TBC
Sat, October 17th 2015 Bucharest Romania One Club
Wed, October 21st 2015 Dubai United Arab Emirates TBC
Thu, October 22nd 2015 Dubai United Arab Emirates TBC


Xzibit Loose Cannon Tour - Europe October 2015

For more information and to buy tickets check with the venue of each show. For all live Xzibit shows go to http://www.xzibitcentral.com/info/xzibit-concert-tour-dates/

Happy Birthday Xzibit!

Posted 18 September 2015 | , | No Comments »

Xzibit - Happy Birthday!All of us here at XzibitCentral.com would like to wish Xzibit a happy birthday for today September 18th!

We hope you continue to kill it in your solo work as well as bringing more heat with the upcoming Serial Killers work! We are all looking forward to hearing the new tracks.

If you would like to send your birthday wishes to Xzibit, leave a comment on this post or hit him on Twitter at http://twitter.com/#!/xzibit

Justin – XzibitCentral.com

Xzibit Announces Serial Killers Reunion With B-Real & Demrick For “The Murder Show”

Posted 11 September 2015 | , , , | 1 Comment »

Serial Killers is set to return with its second project with Xzibit announced on Instagram yesterday (September 8) that Serial Killers are reuniting for a project. The Murder Show is slated for an October 31 release date.

“It’s been a while,” Xzibit writes in the caption for the cover art, which shows a microphone combined with a knife. “#braceyourself #Halloween #2015#Welcome2theMurderShow RP the # and support the artist. @breal@iamdemrick & @xzibit #Support.”

Xzibit Announces Serial Killers Reunion With B-Real & Demrick For "The Murder Show"

The group, made up of Xzibit, B-Real and Demrick, released its Serial Killers Vol. 1 mixtape on Halloween 2013.

Xzibit appears on Compton: A Soundtrack by Dr. Dre’s song “Loose Cannons” and hosted an episode of Dr. Dre’s The Pharmacy radio show on Beats 1 last month. Xzibit also hosts Open Bar Radio on Los Angeles radio station KDAY Fridays from 7-9 pm PST.

B-Real is the frontman of Cypress Hill.

Demrick released Loud Pack: Extracts with Scoop Deville in August.

Source: Hiphopdx

Xzibit Hosts Dr. Dre’s “The Pharmacy” Radio Show

Posted 31 August 2015 | , , , , | No Comments »

Xzibit Hosts Dr. Dre's "The Pharmacy" Radio Show Xzibit shares his thoughts on “Straight Outta Compton.”

Xzibit hosted this week’s episode of Dr. Dre’s Beats 1 radio show “The Pharmacy” yesterday (August 29). DJ Battlecat mixed the music.

On the show, Xzibit featured upcoming Compton, California rapper AD, who he took on stage with him at Art of Rap festival in July.

Dr. Dre called about 10 minutes into the program to express his appreciation for Xzibit.

“The show is sounding incredible right now,” he said. “Thank you so much for filling in for me. This shit is crazy. I’m loving it. I’m so happy I made this choice.”

Elsewhere in the two-hour show, Xzibit shares his thoughts on the N.W.A film Straight Outta Compton and the album that the movie is based on.

“Congratulations to our founding fathers, the original members of N.W.A, to break box office numbers in the first weekend,” Xzibit says. “It’s made so much money and so many accolades, got so many nods from different places. I think it’s dope that something so real gets to shine and the attention that it deserves. To personally know these gentlemen after being a fan and then seeing it all come to fruition, it’s deserved. It’s good that something can be so inspiring to so many other people. I remember hearing a story from Dre himself, about how they went and did a show at the Apollo and got booed. And then right after that, they came back and released that album and then the world has been gravitating to them ever since. You never know. It’s a story about never giving up. It’s a story about being who they are and never apologizing for that.”

Xzibit details his relationship with Dr. Dre, which began with his guest verse on Snoop Dogg’s “Bitch Please. The song was produced by Dr. Dre and was on 1999’s No Limit Top Dogg. Sixteen years later, Xzibit was featured on the rapper-producer’s third and allegedly final album, Compton: A Soundtrack by Dr. Dre.

“When I got the call from Dre to come do ‘Bitch Please,’ which was the first time we had actually got down and sat face-to-face and worked on something, I ran to the studio,” he says. “I don’t even know if I needed a car to get there. So when I got in the studio, when I laid the track, it became a point of I thanked him for working with me. From there, it was kinda like the relationship built from there. Even since, Dr. Dre’s been a mentor. He’s been a friend. He’s also been somebody I can confide in. To get the call for Compton, it was exciting because he has so many other outlets and so many other emcees that he has access to, for him to see that there’s a special place for my man right here, so the fact that he heard me and envisioned that, it just adds to the fact that what we’re supposed to be doing here is supposed to happen.”

Dr. Dre posted on Instagram to announce the host change prior to the show’s air.

“Even The Dr. needs a vacation,” he wrote. “Mr. X to the Z taking over #ThePharmacy this week.”

Xzibit and Dr. Dre have also been working with Slim the Mobster, a former Aftermath signee, since his release from jail.

Xzibit hosts Open Bar Radio with Soren Baker on Friday nights on 93.5 KDAY.


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