PREMIERE: Warporn Industries ft. B-Real “Warporn Industry” Video

After jumping around with House of Pain, Everlast achieved worldwide acclaim singing Whitey Ford’s Blues. Now he’s returned to his hip hop roots with the formation of Warporn Industries, a rap collection that he describes as an art project. “Being able to work with my two close friends who are both criminally underrated is a bonus,” he says, referring to associates Sick Jacken of Psycho Realm and Divine Styler of Rhyme Syndicate. Their Warporn mixtape features guest appearances by the likes of Big Daddy Kane, Vinnie Paz of Jedi Mind Tricks, Rakaa Iriscience of Dilated Peoples, Termanology, and B-Real on the track whose video MASS APPEAL premieres today.

“The only way to make pure hip hop is to sit in the room with the right creative forces and just allow things to unfold,” says Divine Styler of the project. “Hence fire the beats up and let the MCs do what they do. The creation becomes a nod to the past as well as being relevant in today’s world. ” Sick Jacken says he was “very inspired to be in the studio and create music with these two gentlemen.” B-Real describes the project as “one of the best hip-hop albums I’ve heard in a long time: Sick beats and bars with substance by Sick Jacken, Divine Styler and Everlast.” Check the visuals up top…

And watch for Everlast and B-Real in the MASS APPEAL doc Burn Motherfucker, Burn! this Friday on Showtime.

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