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Considering that Cypress Hill's DJ Muggs and Wu-Tang MC GZA have been collaborating since 1997, when Muggs was releasing his first Soul Assassins records, it makes a lot of sense that the two of them got together to create a full-length record. DJ Muggs gave GZA a copy of 15 of his beats, and two months later they met up in LA to record Grandmasters.

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  • Any particular tracks you're referring to? I haven't listened to Grandmasters in quite a while but I've always liked it a lot.
  • Some of the production doesn't really fit GZA. [2]
  • Some of the production doesn't really fit GZA.
  • Ayo guys gonna make a plug sorry, my brother, The Renwig Customer has just released a really fucking cool free to download instrumental hip-hop/ambient/trip-hop EP ya'all should check it out, cheers guys
  • Criminally underrated [2]
  • Criminally underrated
  • This shit is so good.
  • True headphone/earphone music. Destruction of a Guard and Smothered Mate for the motherfucking win.
  • DOPE
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