Released three years after Stoned Raiders, Latino hip hop group Cypress Hill returned in 2004 with their seventh studio album Till Death Do Us Part. On this album they flirt with reggae, particularly on "What's Your Number" sampling The Clash's "The Guns Of Brixton" plus "Ganja Bus" featuring vocals from Damian Marley. "Latin Thugs" is a characteristic Cypress Hill latin-mariachi rap and B-Real rocks with a clever cover of The Beastie Boys' "Paul Revere" retitled "Busted In The Hood". Till Death Do Us Part reached #21 on the Billboard 200 Albums chart and #23 an the Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums chart.
Cypress Hill are one of the main progenitors of West Coast hip hop in the early 1990s, releasing several critically acclaimed albums. B-Real's high-pitched nasal vocals is one of the most striking aspects of the band.
Till Death Do Us Part is available as a limited 15th Anniversary edition of 2.000 numbered copies on gold & black swirled vinyl.