Sen Dog (Cypress Hill) – Capo video from his new album, Diary of a Mad Dog
Latino hip-hop pioneer Sen Dog has posted the video for his new single “Capo” online. The track is taken from Sen Dog’s new album, “Diary of a Mad Dog”, which was released through Suburban Noize Records.
“I want to invite everyone to check out my new video for the song ‘Capo’ its my very first video off my new solo album ‘Diary of a Mad Dog’,” commented Sen Dog. “I’m really proud of this video and want to send a big shout out to all who worked on it. Hope you all enjoy it.”
Sen Dog’s bark is louder than ever on his debut solo album, “Diary of a Mad Dog”. The rabid emcee has laid it on the table for the release of his first ever solo release that tackles the matters of money, faith, family and music. With the help Cali buds Tangled Thoughts, DJ Ace, and Cypress Hill partner B-Real, Sen Dog has crafted a solo joint so potent it rivals anything in his back-catalog.
Sen Dog is forever known as the notorious co-frontman of hip-hop legends Cypress Hill, who helped break down the door for Latinos in the hip-hop world. Cypress Hill have cemented their position in the hip-hop history books with classic albums like “Black Sunday”, while producing some of the biggest hip-hop tracks of all time with “How Could I Just Kill a Man”, “Insane In The Brain” and “Rock Superstar”. Cypress Hill was recently honored at the VH1’s Hip Hop Honors Award show alongside De La Soul and Naughty By Nature for their highly influential contribution to the world of hip-hop.