Watch Cypress Hill Perform Their Classic 'Rock Superstar' Live From Austin: Exclusive Premiere

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It's been 25 years since Cypress Hill released their self-titled debut but B Real, Sen Dog and DJ Muggs still know rock like it's 1991.

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In a new video teasing the iconic West Coast rap group's new live concert performance Cypress Hill: Live From Austin, the band's four core members (percussionist Eric Bobo joined in 1993) show off the chops that made Cypress Hill legendary with a rousing performance of their classic "Rock Superstar." 

"It's still surreal to know we've been doing this for 25 years and at the level which we've been doing it," said B Real. "This show is a celebration of those 25 years and we hope you enjoy it."

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Cypress Hill: Live From Austin was shot during the group's performance at South by Southwest in Austin, Texas, earlier this year, while touring to support the 25th anniversary of Cypress Hill, which features early favorites "The Phuncky Feel One," "Hand on the Pump" and "Latin Lingo." The special airs Friday at 9 p.m. on the Audience Network, one day before the self-titled album's official 25th anniversary. 

Watch "Rock Superstar," exclusively premiered with Billboard, here: