The fans have spoken, and MTV is listening: “Spit It Out” will make it’s network-debut Wednesday morning (Tuesday hella-late-night) on MTV2′s Subterranean Playlist! The music video made its premiere on MTV.com to much fanfare and overwhelming response. MTV obviously had no choice but to put the siccmade MC on the network. Make sure you tune in at 5AM (4AM CST) to see Brotha Lynch Hung take over the airwaves!
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MurderDog magazine recently sat down with Brotha Lynch Hung and conducted an extremely in-depth interview with the Sacramento native. Lynch speaks candidly about his influences and what it was like growing up as an only child. Among the topics of discussion are Lynch’s relationship with Tech N9ne and Strange Music, and Lynch’s experience in working with Tech N9ne’s producer, Seven. Continue reading
I been listening 2 lynch since 93 & this was the 1st time I got 2 meet & see him live . I also asked him 2 do the voice mail 4 my phone & he said no ever asked him 2 do anything like that . Real ass dude !!! - Mario Amaro
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Still waiting on the release of Coathanga Strangla, Lynch has confirmed that he will begin work on the third installment, Mannibalector. The third album will mark the final in Lynch’s trilogy, which follows the Coathanga Strangla character. Before we reach the end though, fans can look forward to Coathanga Strangla on April 5. Continue reading
FEARnet.com has published an in-depth feature on Brotha Lynch Hung and his album trilogy. FEARnet is the #1 horror site in the world and premier cable network dedicated solely to the horror genre. With such an appetite for horror, it was only a matter of time before Lynch landed on the site’s front page. The feature includes a look at Lynch’s past and even documents Lynch’s music video releases. FEARnet plays up Lynch’s numerous connections to the world of horror, making this a great read for fans of the genre. Continue reading
In an age defined by the infinite number of “artists” ceaselessly producing mediocre music, it becomes exhausting trying to find quality work, especially in the Rap/Hip-Hop world. It seems every three days there is yet another rapper, convinced of his own lyrical prowess, trying to convince anyone that will–or cares not to–listen that he is changing the game.
Today, I offer you the solution: Brotha Lynch Hung. Continue reading
Brotha Lynch Hung is BACK and siccer than ever with the debut single from the upcoming Coathanga Strangla, “The Coathanga”, now available for download on iTunes! Make sure you watch the music video for “The Coathanga” below and check out our interview with director Dan Gedman as he talks about working with the most demented rapper in the game! Continue reading
SM Blogs had a chance to talk with the man behind the lens, Liquid 9 co-founder and director Dan Gedman, to discuss his involvement in the making of Brotha Lynch Hung’s latest music videos: “The Coathanga” and “Spit It Out”. Mr. Gedman shared what it is like to work with Brotha Lynch Hung, describing it as an utmost pleasurable experience. We also discovered what goes on inside the psyche of a director who’s participating in making one of the most disturbing music videos out: does he enjoy the sick and twisted fun of crafting such troubling imagery? Dan Gedman also relates to us his favorite directors and the influences that were had on the making of “The Coathanga”. The director was charismatic as usual in describing what it took to bring Brotha Lynch Hung’s vision to life on the silver screen and towards the end also shared his advice for directors looking to make it in the film industry. For film buffs and Lynch fans, this interview is a must-listen. Continue reading