Slightly Stoopid Shares ‘Everyday People (Remix)’ Featuring B-Real & G. Love
Listen to the new single featuring the Cypress Hill member and Special Sauce frontman.
By Andy Kahn Dec 10, 2021 • 4:38 pm PST
Slightly Stoopid shared a remix of their song, “Everyday People.” The San Diego-based band’s “Everyday People (Remix)” features B-Real of Cypress Hill and G. Love of G. Love & Special Sauce
Co-produced by Miguel Happoldt (Sublime/Skunk Records) and George Spits (Llama Beats), “Everyday People (Remix)” was built on a drum sample taken from “God Make Me Funky.” The often-sampled track was recorded by The Headhunters for the Herbie Hancock-affiliated group’s 1975 album, Survival Of The Fittest. “Everyday People” originally appeared on Slightly Stoopid’s ninth studio album, 2018’s Everyday Life, Everyday People.
Cypress Hill is among the acts joining Slightly Stoopid at the band’s ongoing annual destination event Closer To The Sun, which is being held at Hard Rock Riviera Maya near Cancun, Mexico. Featuring original lyrics by G. Love and new verses from B-Real, stream “Everyday People (Remix)” below:
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