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On his third album Brotha Lynch Hung continued to refine his style, but this time he put extra emphasis on his rapping and brought a foil onboard to explore more unhinged mental states. First Degree the D.E. appears on about half the tracks, and he provides a wonderfully deranged counterpart to Lynch’s lean horror rhymes. First Degree has an elastic flow, dipping into a low croak for one line then going high pitched the next. His presence is more that of a feverish apparition than mortal performer. By comparison, Lynch seems like our earthly guide, although his rhymes here are no less compromising. As he succinctly explains in “Die- 1 By 1”: “I’m Wes Craven on paper.” He continues to explore realms of psychosis and splatter imagery, but his patented brand of horrorcore was finally beginning to pay off, and for the first time we witness Lynch’s vision of himself as a successful entrepreneur. Loaded shows the maestro tightening up his sound, although one of the album’s best songs — “My Soul To Keep” — is a hallucinatory ramble that seems to materialize from the purple mist.

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One of the darkest rap albums I have ever heard!

Lynch Hung is truly a rapper of his own! His lyrics are very, VERY dark, along with the ambience. He has pretty good beats along with a gothic, doomy ambience. For everyone who has listened to his first album, Loaded is nothing like it. No Cannibalism in this one. I would have to say Season Of Da Sickness is better than loaded just because the theme of the album wasn't something you would normally hear in Rap, it's something you would hear in Generic Death Metal. My favorite songs are My Soul To Keep, Feel My Nature Rize, Heats, and Went Way. Oh and Die; 1 By 1 has sound rip from the Evil Dead movie, so horror fans enjoy!


Grew up on this album, a must have!

lynch hung

this album a must have.the album in whole producation is great.first to last.i grow up on this album.just came across it on itunes.haven't heard it in a a copy of it,it's downloading as we type...dope Fss Auck.......


Born: 1972 in Sacramento, CA

Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap

Years Active: '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

A versatile producer as well as an excellent solo rapper in his own right, Brotha Lynch Hung was born Kevin Mann in Sacramento, California. He hooked up with Master P for a 1993 EP named 24 Deep, but then went out on his own for his debut solo album, 1995's Season of da Siccness. Mann worked on production for Master P's I'm Bout It, E-40's Southwest Riders, and Mr. Serv-On's Life Insurance before turning back to his own career. Given a big push by Master P's breakout success in the middle of 1997,...
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