Rap icons Cypress Hill
and Ice Cube
are eager to show they've buried their feud for good - by collaborating on a track for the hip-hop group's next album.
The two artists fell out in the 1990s when Cypress Hill accused the former NWA
rapper of stealing a hook from one of their songs. They settled their differences in 1997, and now they are looking to work together in the studio.
Cypress Hill's B-Real
says, "We reconciled the problem in '97 but still people have a lot of questions about it. So I figure it would be big to have him on the next Cypress Hill record."
The group is scheduled to release their forthcoming LP in February.
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