|Sen Dog Quick Info|
|Height||5 ft 10 in|
|Date of Birth||November 22, 1965|
|Eye Color||Dark Brown|
Sen Dog is a Cuban-American rapper and musician who is known for being a member of the hip hop group Cypress Hill. Over the years, he has been a part of several musical projects including albums, extended plays, and tracks such as Black Sunday, III: Temples of Boom, Skull & Bones, Till Death Do Us Part, Mad Dog American, Bring That Shit Back!, Diary of a Mad Dog, Ghetto Therapy, and Powerflo.
Pinar del Río, Cuba
Los Angeles, California, United States
- Sibling – Mellow Man Ace (born Ulpiano Sergio Reyes) (Younger Brother) (Rapper)
Hip Hop, Rap Metal, Rap Rock
Columbia Records, Ruffhouse Records, Sony, Suburban Noize Records
5 ft 10 in or 178 cm
75 kg or 165.5 lbs
Race / Ethnicity
Multiracial (Hispanic and Black)
He has Cuban and Afro-American roots.
- Often sports a mustache
Sen Dog Facts
- He was associated with a Bloods gang set known as “Neighborhood Family” in the 1980s.
- With Cypress Hill, Sen Dog released the band’s first eponymous studio album on August 13, 1991, via Ruffhouse Records and Columbia Records. The album comprised of songs like How I Could Just Kill a Man and The Phuncky Feel One and was certified ‘2x Platinum’ by United States (RIAA).
- His fellow Cypress Hill members have been B-Real, DJ Muggs, Eric Bobo, and Mix Master Mike.
- As a solo artist, Sen Dog released his debut studio album Diary of a Mad Dog on September 30, 2008, through Suburban Noize Records. It comprised of songs such as Don’t Sleep On the Streets, Graceful, Juggernaut, Hell and Back, and What You Wanna Do and also featured artists like J-Killa, Mellow Man Ace, Johnny Richter, and Young De.
- Cypress Hill became the first Latino American hip hop recording group to receive a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame in April 2019.
- He has been childhood friends with his Cypress Hill‘s bandmate B-Real and Dave Lombardo of the thrash metal band Slayer.
- Sen Dog has been an avid marijuana smoker and once said, “Pot got a bad name with the flower children of the ’60s, and then all these hard drugs came in, and people started dropping like flies. Today, people want to get high on something that’s not going to give them a heart attack, like speed or crack.”
- He has also been associated with groups like SX-10, The Reyes Brothers, and Powerflo.
Featured Image by Sen Dog / Instagram