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POLL: Favorite Brotha Lynch Hung And Tech N9ne Collabo?

Published: February 6, 2013 in Strange Music by

Brotha Lynch Hung and Tech N9ne

With Brotha Lynch Hung’s “Stabbed” making its rounds across the web, let’s put it to the test with the other times that Tech N9ne and Brotha Lynch Hung have sliced and diced a track together.

As you can see, the chemistry goes way back before Tech’s latest appearance on Mannibalector. The two first found themselves on the C-Bo-assisted track, “187 On A Hook”, sporting their vintage flows over a Sacc-Town sounding instrumental. The collaboration progressed on “My World” from Tech N9ne’s Everready, and continued on “Strange Music Box” from Tech’s K.O.D.

After Lynch signed the dotted line and aligned with Strange Music, it’s been consistently on ever since. The two have found themselves on numerous appearances on each other’s albums, like Tech’s mind-boggling flow for Lynch’s “Takin’ Online Orders” or Lynch’s paranoid bars for Tech N9ne’s “Sad Circus”.

After taking them all into consideration, now we must ask, which one is the best?



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  • Which song did you vote for? Why?

Leave your thoughts in the comments section below!

  • Nostalgic732

    “Sad Circus” is straight up beautiful. And “Don’t Worry” and “Strange Music Box” are tied for second to me.

  • My Favorite and Sad Circus are tied for my #1 spot. I voted My Favorite though because that track is just so goddamn good!! Lots of dope tracks in that poll though.

  • J.C


  • Rizzo

    Has to be ‘My World’ Lynch went hard on that one

  • CBell

    Stabbed, My world, Strange Music Box and ICU… Which one to pick?!

  • RECK

    They are all dope!


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