Cypress Hill’s Sen Dog & Mellow Man Ace Form Reyes Brothers

Cypress Hill’s Sen Dog and

Mellow Man Ace have partnered to form a new group, The Reyes Brothers.

The result of the

union is a new album titled Ghetto Therapy on their own Latin Thug

Records imprint.

Ghetto Therapy

will feature tracks with Warren G, Bishop Lamont and production from the likes

of DJ Muggs, Fredwreck, B-Real and others.

According to Mellow

Man Ace, the album was a long-time coming and marks the first time he has recorded

an album with Sen Dog, his real-life brother.

"We planned

it for four years, talked about it for three more and now its here," Mellow

Man Ace said. "I told ya’ll get on board, we saved you a seat and we’re

serving filet and shrimp."

Latin Thug Records

is a new label fronted by Sen Dog (CEO) and Mellow Man (Vice President of A&R),

along with Fred Sherman (President) and Marvin Sheleby (Vice President of Operations).

According to Sen,

not only is he excited to work with his brother, but he’s also pleased about

being able to release quality music on his newly-formed label.

"Since we

were a break dance crew with B-Real in high school, it’s always been a dream

of mine to work with my brother," Sen Dog said. "To have it happen

on Latin Thug Records, my own label, make it even sweeter. I’ve always wanted

to create a situation that was artist-friendly but also had its hustle on."

Mellow Man Ace started off

in a rap group called DVX (Devastating Vocal Xcellence) that also featured Cypress

Hill’s DJ Muggs, B-Real and Sen Dog.

Shortly afterwards,

the rapper was signed by Delicious Vinyl and later Capitol and struck big with

the #1 hit "Mentírosa,” which featured “Spanglish,”

a form of English/Spanish rapping that Ace takes credit for creating.

Latin Thug Records

will also release albums from rapper O. Brown, Mexican rock group Asesino and

solo efforts from Mellow Man Ace and Sen Dog.

"Latin Thug

Records is about creating hits and bringing those hits to the heads in Los Angeles,

across the USA and around this whole world," Sen Dog said.

The Reyes Brothers

Ghetto Therapy hits the streets in Jan. 2006.

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