Dope, nice way to start the hype. Can't wait for the first single though
Lynch's verse on My World was an eye opener to me. But I can't think of any verses on his Strange albums that have the same effect.
very good promo track.
Nice, I'm anticipating the singles he'll release between the few months wait. But this track is one I'll be bootlegging until I can purchase the album.
New Lynch joint is off tha hook! Can't wait for the new album.
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i love this track cant wait for the cd or the tech\hopsin track
This track is about as stupid as it gets. "Blood all over me" why don't you repeat the phrase a-little bit more? I'm starting to think most of you guys don't know shit about good music because this doesn't fall under the category of good music. Its repetitive. Oh!!! brotha lynch rapping about the same things hes rapped about a million times how cute. I mean seriously stop for one second before you snap back and think to yourself what aspect of this track is original? Its not a new concept? Its not ear melting dopeness...Its an average Brotha Lynch track with repetitive material. LAME and why all you fuckin NUT suckers sit here and talk it up like its some kind of great track will only result in a decrease of quality throughout all his music like we saw with Tech N9ne.
Really just try to understand my point for one second. Going into hypothetical mode for a second to help prove my point. Lets say Brotha Lynch released a lame half-assed track to hold his fans over until his album dropped. So he didn't put a whole whole lot of effort into the track, he just kind of slapped something together and released it. Now since the release of the track there has been lots of hype because an album is supposed be dropping relatively soon. He goes and checks what the internet forums are saying about his promotional track and he sees how much positive attention his crappy song was getting so now in his mind he thinks he just made a bad ass song with minimal effort. What does that tell him? That tells him that he doesn't have to put an extravagant amount of effort into his music. Why should he? If he can slap together a song using repetitive themes/rhyme schemes/ and even lyrics in 24 hours and have it be a hit! Why on earth would he put 110 percent effort into a song?
My basketball coach one time called me out in-front of my entire team after running sprints. While we were all still standing on the baseline he pointed at me and said "I want you to finish this sprint as fast as you possibly can" it was only me running this sprint the rest of team stood at the baseline and watched me. I ran that son of a bitch as fast as i could run. After i was finished he looked at me and said "good, now i know what your 100 percent effort looks like, i expect you will run like that every sprint we do." That's a life lesson that will always stick with me. Now i can take the same concept and apply it to my favorite rappers and its like....Brotha Lynch didn't put 100 percent effort in to that track now quit fucking celebrating like its some amazing feat and make him work for your approval. Fuckin' A all you guys a so god damn easy to satisfy DICK RIDERS....Brotha Lynch could fuckin' rip ass into the microphone and you'd probably think it was great.
To start, I've downloaded all of Lynch's discography I could find old and new, LISTENED not just skimmed over, every track. I've given him every chance I possibly could to try and get into/appreciate his music. And with all that said, this is what I have to say about him.
During Lynch's time with Strange, I've never heard anything remotely creative, all I've ever heard is "fucked up shit" raps with a decent flow over some pretty awesome Seven production. His older music is slightly better and had more of a gangsta side. There were a few sick beats (24 Deep is dope as fuck) but were mostly pretty lame. Add all of that to what people say is a terrible stage show and what do you get?
A played out gimmick. Sorry N Shit.
"Talk to em honestly and they call you a hater" - Immortal Technique
Oh and as for the track, you can probably infer my opinion.
Damn, this track is pretty dope. I'm not a huge fan of Lynch, but I enjoyed that track for sure. Anyways, I was going to start a thread for this, but I figured people would see it here. It just came up on this website I go to, and I thought some people on this site might appreciate the DL. The good thing about this site is they ONLY upload iTunes rips, so it's as high of quality as you will find.
But yeah, here is Lynch's Season Of Da Siccness: The Resurrection. Enjoy bitches!