B-Real is selling his Northridge, Calif. home for $1.5 million. The two-story home was built in 1989 and contains 4,818 square feet of space, according to the Los Angeles Times.

The gorgeous home is painted various colors, including canary yellow in the living room and dining room and bright red in the family room. Outside, there's a sports court and a fenced-in swimming pool. The Cypress Hills MC bought the house in 2001 for $725,500.

You can click through the LA Times article to check out a full photo gallery of the home, which sit on about a half-acre of grounds. The exact list price is $1,500,038.

In May, the legendary rapper teamed up with members of Public Enemy and Rage Against the Machine to form the supergroup Prophets of Rage. Along with B-Real, the group's roster includes Public Enemy’s Chuck D and DJ Lord and Rage Against The Machine’s Tom Morello, Tim Commerford and Brad Wilk.

Prophets of Rage unleashed a ferocious, self-titled single in July. On the song, B-Real spits, “Raise ya fists up/When I lift up/Fuckin’ everything wrong with the system/People hungry and dyin’, they ain’t got a home/This is the nature created for the terrordome.”

That same month, Prophets of Rage protested Donald Trump at the Republican National Convention in Cleveland. “We’re gonna go over there and we’re gonna let the fuckers at the RNC know that we’ve had enough of their bullshit,” exclaimed the group’s Tom Morello.

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