Xzibit, B-Real and Demrick: Serial Killers vol. 1 – October 31st

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.

Serial Killers – Body Bags

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Body Bags Trailer

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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

Xzibit at the “SmokeBox”

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We will keep you updated on the latest news about the Serial Killers project, right here on XzibitCentral.

 

‘Getaway’ Q&A Event Hosted By Xzibit

Warner Bros. celebrated the upcoming release of Ethan Hawke thriller, Getaway, in Los Angeles on Tuesday (August 27) with a Q&A session with the film’s director Courtney Soloman and stunt coordinator Charlie Picerni. The event was Hosted by Mr. X to the Z Xzibit. The men discussed the film, its stunts, and the fact that little to no CGI graphics were used in the film’s making… which means that all the stunts were real.

More of the Q&A is still to come, however, we have a few pictures & video from the event, which included special guests such as Formula D series driver Justin Pawlek, the creator of the largest Mustang show in the U.S. John Schultz, and Camee Edelbrock, who raced Mustangs for years alongside her father’s friend, Caroll Shelby.

Getaway stars Hawke as Brent Magna, alongside Selena Gomez. He’s a former racer who is in a race against the clock when his wife is kidnapped by a mysterious villain. He takes over a young woman’s car and takes her on on a high-speed race. It’s in theaters now.

Check out the pictures & the video below:

VIDEO: Getaway special event with Xzibit and director Coutney Solomon

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PICTURES: Xzibit hosting the ‘Getaway’ event.

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Xzibit Carries the Weight: If you go into the wild, you don’t try to tickle the grizzly bears…

Xzibit Carries the Weight​"If you go into the wild, you don't try to tickle the grizzly bears," advises the rapper-actor known as Xzibit.

For eight years, the West Coast hip-hop legend has been besieged almost daily by well-meaning fans expecting the genial genie from his MTV show Pimp My Ride — a wish-fulfillment fantasy program that ran from 2004 to 2007 and tricked out its guests' whips with everything from televisions to bowling ball spinners. Its success introduced Xzibit to a white, bro-heavy audience unfamiliar with his searing, heartfelt raps. An early Internet meme circulated his smiling face accompanying some variation of the phrase: "Yo dawg, I heard you like cars, so we put a car in your car so you can drive while you drive."

"I can usually deflect it or grin and bear it, but I'm human," Xzibit says, speaking from his spacious studio in an inconspicuous office park in Chatsworth, a few miles from his Porter Ranch home.

Read the rest of the interview at http://www.laweekly.com/2012-11-15/music/xzibit-carries-the-weight/