Coming off his successful run with the Strange Noize Tour 2011, Irv Da Phenom has released his brand new mixtape, Dream Big Hustle Hard. Among the best tracks on the tape is the funky and crazy “Nightmare”. Joining Irv and Krizz Kaliko, Lynch steps in to bring his own nasty nightmare to life. Ripping into a flow full of multisyllabic knocks, Lynch’s voice creates a perfect compliment to the strange and off the wall production. Continue reading
In this day and age, with digital downloads being on the rise it beckons the question; how long will the physical CD continue to survive? What is really lost when the digital download wins in popularity? There is more to the physical CD than just the music on the disc, there is a lot of craft that goes into the packaging of the CD. Continue reading
No one could have anticipated the sickness that Brotha Lynch Hung unleashed on the world with Coathanga Strangla. Both fans and peers have been praising the album since its release on April 5. As a fellow West Coast MC, it’s not surprising to see Hopsin putting it down for the Coathanga Strangla. This photo of Hopsin holding up a poster of Coathanga Strangla recently surfaced online. Both artists have made their mark on the independent scene, and have blazed similar trails with horror-inspired music. Fans have been begging for a Hopsin and Lynch collab, could this mean we may hear one soon?
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The emotional side of one of the most gory lyrical geniuses seeps through in “Meat”. Writing with the weight of the world on his shoulders, Lynch describes his struggles to his son and the audience with references like “Strange Music got my back very hopefully, but if not, see there really ain’t no hope for me“. The chorus tells us how deep these emotions were when it was written. Definitely an emotionally hard-hitting song from Dinner and a Movie.
BallerStatus.com has posted the second half of their in depth interview with Brotha Lynch Hung. Fans may recall how personal things got in part one of the interview. BallerStatus once again dug deeper into the man behind the killer on Coathanga Strangla. Lynch gives a very personal look at the emotions that went into the creation of the album, as well as his personal relationships with his family. Lynch also describes his working relationship with producer Michael ‘Seven’ Summers, and how the production on Coathanga Strangla came about. With a long history shrouded in secrecy, this may be Lynch’s most revealing interview yet!
Click here to read the full interview.