Tagged with 'Coathanga Strangla'
Brotha Lynch Hung’s Coathanga Strangla proved to be one of his bloodiest masterpieces, and left fans ready for more mayhem on Mannibalector. Packed with guest features and stunning production, the album really stood out as one of 2011′s best releases. In this video review, MisanthropikOne puts Lynch’s work to the test with a lengthy review ...Read more.
Brotha Lynch Hung, once again takes us on another morbid tale with his new sinister single “Mannibalector” from Coathanga Strangla. Lynch spits a story, which begins with him eating up a girl to a point where she’s unrec ...Read more.
It just wouldn’t be a Strange Music VIP experience without Brotha Lynch Hung. The exclusive VIP package for Tech N9ne’s All 6′s And 7′s Tour now includes Brotha Lynch Hung’s latest release, Coathanga Strangla. The album is included along with tons of exclusive merchandise valued at over $300! This is a perfect combination for fans ...Read more.
Have you ever wondered what it’s like to be the man behind the music? Last week, Strange Music interviewed “the sound of Strange Music,” Michael “Seven” Summers. Summers is responsible for much of the production behind Brotha Lynch Hung’s Coathanga Strangla, and also Tech N9ne’s latest single, “F.A.N ...Read more.
Drawing from classical influences, the production heard on “I’m Not Perfect” can be soothing and foreboding all at the same time. The delicate piano that plays throughout is hardened with some dramatic and eloquent strings that are paired with gun shots flying in the background like a warzone. Lynch didn’t come alone for this one, as ...Read more.
Everyone seems to want a piece of Lynch’s Coathanga Strangla. The second installment in Lynch’s trilogy has been stirring the web since its release last week, and now RapReviews.com has posted their take on the new album. The hip hop site, which reviews recent releases, provided a very detailed look at Coathanga ...Read more.
Opening the door to the Coathanga Strangla’s murderous world, “Coathanga” leads listeners in like lambs to a slaughter. Michael “Seven” Summers once again constructs a treacherous sound for Lynch’s bloodbath, complete with striking piano notes and bone chilling strings. Lynch rips into the track with quick precision rhymes, landing some of his best multisyllabic flows ...Read more.
Following a huge promotional campaign and successful pre-order offer, Brotha Lynch Hung’s Coathanga Strangla enters the charts at #66 for first week sales. The long anticipated sequel to 2010′s Dinner And A Movie sold 7,300 units in its first week, an impressive feat for an independent solo artist. Fans may recall Coathanga Strangla‘s impressive first day ...Read more.
If there’s one thing cold blooded killers don’t feel, it’s remorse. Lynch reminds us of the Coathanga Strangla’s real evil on “It Happens”. Featuring First Degree The DE and Tall Cann, “It Happens” plays out like the most perverse of children’s melodies thanks to production from Michael “Seven” Summers. The most twistedly beautiful thing about ...Read more.
Don’t let the name fool you, “Friday Night” is not another typical party song. COS joins Lynch on this grotesque murder scene, executed on what would be a fun night for most people. The bleak sound created by the production from Michael “Seven” Summers layers another predatory chapter in the second act of Lynch’s trilogy. ...Read more.
Lynch’s Coathanga Strangla is setting the industry on fire as one of the most original releases of 2011. Fans and critics alike are praising Lynch’s ability to change his style from one release to the next. 411Mania.com recently reviewed Coathanga Strangla and provided a breakdown of the entire record for new listeners. The website gave ...Read more.
The soft piano melodies of “Spit It Out” help build one of the more dramatic moments on Coathanga Strangla. A deranged break from reality, Lynch’s paranoia takes center stage on his verses. The hook tells the story of a man left with no one to trust and his slow slip into insanity. COS lands a ...Read more.
Throwing back Lynch into the realm of gangsta rap, “Blinded By Desire” sounds like a West Coast anthem with a touch from Dr. Dre. The piano heavy production from Michael “Seven” Summers is aided by soft strings layered beneath the surface. Lynch forgoes the conventional hook and instead opts to rap relentlessly for over three minutes. ...Read more.
Love songs may not be something you’d expect to hear on Coathanga Strangla, but “Sooner Or Later” finds Lynch trapped in a frustrating and confusing relationship. The unusually soft production gives Lynch room to speak straight to the listener over somber piano notes that layer the otherwise frightening tale of a killer hiding a secret. ...Read more.
Opening another grim scene of murder and cannibalism, “Suicide Watch” picks up the tempo and let’s Lynch lose all control. Dropping bars over a piano melody produced by Michael “Seven” Summers, Lynch continues his streak of perfectly timed rhymes with a penchant for rapid delivery. Joining Lynch this time is Devious, who brings his own ...Read more.
“This song right here, I really made this song to say what’s on my mind” says Brotha Lynch Hung at the opening of the touching and profound “I Don’t Think My Momma Ever Loved Me” from Coathanga Strangla. Lynch had been going through a lot during the making of this album, and on this song it ...Read more.
The web continues to buzz over the release of Brotha Lynch Hung’s Coathanga Strangla. Slicing and digging their way through Lynch’s bloody mess, HipHopDX.com has posted a full review of the perversely insane sequel. Praising Lynch for his lyrical complexities, as well as his staying power, HipHopDX.com gave the album a strong 4/5 rating. For ...Read more.
Stomping through the severed limbs and sick psychosis of Coathanga Strangla, “Takin Online Orders” grabs listeners by the throat and never lets up on its grip. The heavy and slow horns lurch in, bringing with them the ominous presence of Lynch and Tech N9ne. Working like a pair of lyrical assassins, Tech and Lynch both ...Read more.
Could this be one of the most disturbing choruses that hip hop has ever heard? “Red Dead Bodies” from Brotha Lynch Hung’s Coathanga Strangla features none other than a chorus of babies crying along with distorted guitar wails, effectively bringing Lynch’s disturbed psyche to the surface. Over a propelling beat produced by Michael “Seven” Summers, ...Read more.
It took me several listens before I determined it was not called “Therapy Session” because Brotha Lynch knew that’s what we would need after hearing the song. In an entirely unique and unexpected way, Brotha Lynch has torn asunder the preconceived notions we had developed for the second act of the sordid trilogy, Coathanga Strangla, ...Read more.
The Coathanga Strangla, Brotha Lynch Hung, went to UStream to do a live broadcast last night. Brotha Lynch Hung talked to fans about his latest album release, Coathanga Strangla. The live broadcast lasted for two hours and attracted as many as 400 live viewers at one point. Lynch covered several topics including the making of ...Read more.
Fresh off Coathanga Strangla, “ICU” once again brings Tech N9ne and Brotha Lynch Hung together for one hell of a ride. The ghoulish production strikes listeners like the notes from a haunted music box with some wicked drums to match. Lynch pulls no punches on his first verse, with quite arguably his most barbaric flow ...Read more.