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Brotha Lynch Hung Looks To Eminem For Next Collaboration [Social]

Published: July 5, 2011 in Brotha Lynch Hung by

It looks like Brotha Lynch Hung is more determined than ever to reach out to Eminem for a major collaboration. Fans may recall how Lynch first made mention of Eminem over Twitter , and he certainly has not forgotten. Eminem recently made headlines with another #1 selling album in his collaborative effort Bad Meets Evil: Hell The Sequel. It’s no wonder why Lynch would want to make the collaboration happen. Working with such a high profile artist would give Lynch one of the biggest breaks of his career. Time will tell if fans will get their wish, and see the work come to fruition.

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What do you think about Eminem and Lynch working together? Do you think it will finally happen? Leave your thoughts below!

  • Renigade.net

    Good luck. Tech has been trying since Absolute Power.

  • Theveyon

    He’s Industry….Money Talks….Great collabos walk

  • Stefan Pyles

    It’s about god damn time. Brotha Lynch and Eminem are the only two doing anything remotely noteworthy right now. Put ’em together and shit’s bound to pop off. I’m all for it. Make it big, Make it SICCCCC!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  • Sincityvs300

    fucking hope so

  • Fatsoant

    Lynch should be signed to Shady and been in Slaughterhouse. I think it’s gonna happen. After he gvets off Strange.

  • Youngsick_made

    Siiiicckkkmadee and shady that needs to happen soon

  • Lorenzo41942

    Come on Emenim!!   Give Lynch this break , he has been doing this for a long time and deserves it, not to mention all his talent as a raw mc..   

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