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See Cypress Hill Hallucinate Pink Elephants in Trippy New "Crazy" Video

Cali hip-hop act drops surreal visual for latest single from forthcoming 'Elephants on Acid'

Cypress Hill are returning with their ninth studio album, Elephants on Acid, on September 28th. As the album title might suggest, the record is based off of an intense experience DJ Muggs had, and their new video for "Crazy" takes you a little bit inside his brain. The video centers around B-Real smoking some kind of substance, after which a storm of pink elephants float into the frame and surrounding him. The beat is equally out-there, verging on the realm of circus-esque music but being too weird to get classified. B-Real cruises on a recliner sear, flying through time in space as the video passes off to Sen Dog.

"This record comes from the subconscious — the record is not a logical record," DJ Muggs told Hypebeast. "The title of the album comes from a dream I had. Don't try to look for logical answers in this record — everything's really abstract and surreal. All the ideas came from that [dream]. I had a dream of all these different elephants with guns, walking through the desert, and when I made the music, it's like some psycho-circus sh*t ... the record has zero to do with anything going on in contemporary music, we created our own surreal world. The goal was to create our own world and bring you into our world for an hour."