90s Cypress Hill Rap Tee Hip Hop 1995 Tour t-shirt Extra Large
Chest 22.5 in.
Length 27 in.
Content: 100% cotton
Tag Brand: Gem
This epic concert tee comes from Cypress Hill's 1995 summer tour, spanning throughout July and August. It's aged incredibly well after all this time, capturing that old school magic for years to come. Features big eye-catching graphics, double sided print, and amazing one hundred percent cotton. Considering this tour took place summer of 1995, their setlist probably included tracks from their Black Sunday (1993) album. The album III: Temples of Boom would not be released until October of 1995.
Cypress Hill is widely revered as a main pioneer of nineties west coast rap. They first hit the scene in 1988 and quickly rose to prominence, paving the way for all the 90s west coast hip-hop acts to follow. The group set a huge precedence for this era of rappers by being the first to sell platinum and multi-platinum albums globally, and the first hip-hop group to earn a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. Members of Cypress Hill are Eric Bobo, Sen Dog, and B-Real.
The bulk of their success came from 1989-1996 thanks to albums like Cypress Hill, Black Sunday, and Temples of Boom. Their touring schedule during these years was also noteworthy, appearing in iconic 1990s shows like Lollapalooza and Soul Assassins tour alongside notable rock acts like Red Hot Chili Peppers, Stone Temple Pilots, Tool, House of Pain, and Rage Against the Machine.
Cypress Hill's legacy carries a ton of weight thanks to a dedicated fanbase of hip-hop heads, their massive contributions to the music and culture, and amazing collectibles like this records, posters, and vintage t-shirts like this one.
Fits like a modern unisex adult Extra Large. Copyright 1995, double sided print.