Brotha Lynch Hung’s reputation for embedding the siccness into his music has preceded him as he came in at number one on artistDIRECT.com’s list of “Hip Hop’s 10 Vilest Contributors.” Lynch shares the list with the likes of Too Short, N.W.A., Esham, Sicx, The Gravediggaz, and The Insane Clown Posse. His entry reads as follows:
“Once again the mean streets of Sacramento, California find themselves represented (prooooobably not a good thing) within this article. Lynch apparently took a look at Sicx’s (the two happen to be brothers) life and found some inspiration. Season of da Siccness is a horrifically engaging album that draws listeners into a world of murder, rape, sexual mutilation, cannibalism and more. What’s more stunning is the frequency in which women and children act as Lynch’s targets. Brotha Lynch Hung’s infamy has earned him plenty of attention from the media, and Season’s terrifying imagery still resonates with listeners. Amazingly, with no true commercial support, Lynch has still managed to sell roughly 1.5 million units.”
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