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Brotha Lynch Hung Celebrates 3 Many years of “Season of da Siccness” By Returning for “Season of da Siccness 2: Kevlar” (Album Evaluation)

That is the long-awaited ninth full-length studio LP from Sacramento horrorcore pioneer Brotha Lynch Hung. Establishing himself with the debut EP 24 Deep & debut album Season of da Siccness, he would later regain recognition within the early 2010s after signing to Unusual Music for Dinner & a Film alongside Coathanga Strangla & in fact Mannibalector an acclaimed trilogy. Bullet Maker proved to be a disappointment in 2016, so it solely is sensible for him to make a comeback with Season of da Siccness 2: Kevlar & not miss the mark contemplating it’s significance to his discography.

After the “Yaw Prepared?” intro, the primary music “I Can Be a Killa” is that this spine-tingling opener speaking about his murderous tendencies whereas “I’ve Modified” works in some strings to clarify how a lot he’s modified within the final decade since we final heard from him. “Get ‘Em” grisly talks a few man who was making an attempt to commit suicide leaping off a constructing & a bullet placing him within the midst of him falling, however then “Gangsta” that includes G-Macc turns the symphonic components again up getting on their g shit.

After the “Begin the Automobile” skit, “Smoke” that includes Phonk Beta & V8 brings the trio collectively for a west coast flavored smoking anthem simply earlier than “Sick” that includes Swifty McVay of D12 following the “Born In It” skit eerily discovering each MCs boasting how unwell they’re lyrically all these years later. “Viral” that includes TA has a tenser vibe to the beat as they got down to develop into extraordinarily standard & unfold throughout the web main into “Eyes Extensive Open” dropping our bodies backed by guitars & hi-hats.

“Bang Bang” morbidly talks about being strapped whereas “Da Siccness” ominously brings will get on his depraved shit as soon as once more. “Blocc Monsta” has a darkish, funky tone instrumentally explaining how a lot of a monster he’s round his block whereas “Grrr” menacingly talks about cooking with out the deep dish. After the “Grinding” skit, the ultimate music “Southside” ends Season of da Siccness 2: Kevlar ends the sequel to Brotha Lynch’s debut profoundly getting introspective.

Over a decade within the making, it’s as if that Brotha Lynch Hung by no means took all that point off specializing in recapturing the essence of what made his first LP a west coast horrorcore traditional & refining it in a contemporary style. His personal manufacturing is as constant because the Coathanga Strangla trilogy again in the course of the Unusual Music days & most significantly, he sounds recharged on the mic breaking down the place he began & the place he’s at in his life presently while conserving it ripgut.

Rating: 9/10


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