Brotha Lynch Hung
Brotha Lynch Hung is a rapper and record producer from Sacramento, California. He is known for his dark, cannibalistic “ripgut” style, making him one of the forefathers of the horrorcore rap subgenre. His style was also rooted in gangsta rap to reflect his affiliation with the 24th Street Garden Blocc Crips.
He started his career with Cedric Singleton’s Black Market Records, where Lynch released his debut EP, 24 Deep, in 1993, followed by his first full-length project, Season of da Siccness in 1995. His 1997 album, Loaded, was his last official release with Black Market and he began releasing projects through his own Siccmade Muzicc label. He later connected with Tech N9ne and Lynch released his first Strange Music project, Dinner and a Movie in 2010.
Lynch has also released collaborative albums, including The New Season with MC Eiht in 2006 and Blocc Movement with fellow Sacramento rapper C-Bo in 2001.