LA Weekly’s Top 10 L.A. Hip-Hop Producers in History

DJ Muggs made number 5 on LA Weekly’s list of the “Top 10 L.A. Hip-Hop Producers in History.” Check out the whole story here. “Born in Queens, DJ Muggs found his success as a DJ after moving to Los Angeles. He broke mainstream after helping produce the song “Mad Mad World” by 7A3 for the Colors soundtrack in 1988. He soon partnered with B-Real and Sen Dog to form Cypress Hill, who released their self-titled debut in 1991 and masterpiece Black Sunday two years later. Muggs is arguably most famous for House of Pain’s smash “Jump Around,” but in any case his style — psychedelic, apocalyptic rock-infused joints — remains synonymous with West Coast rap. After a decade with Cypress Hill, and working with folks like Dr. Dre, Muggs founded the hip-hop collective Soul Assassins. He recently dropped a dubstep album to favorable reviews, called Bass For Your Face.” -Juan Gutierrez – See more at:

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