Season of Da Siccness 2: Kevlar (Colored LP)


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A rap legend who has released more than a dozen acclaimed projects, Brotha Lynch Hung knows what his fans crave. The pioneering Sacramento native stands as one of rap’s most revered acts because of his landmark 1995 album, Season Of Da Siccness (The Resurrection). Rife with a dazzling mix of street tales, macabre violence, intricate wordplay, and eerie self-produced beats, Season Of Da Siccness became a bona fide street sensation, earning a Gold certification from the RIAA and instantly establishing Brotha Lynch Hung as one of rap’s top-tier talents. 

So when word surfaced a few years ago that Lynch was working on his first studio solo album since 2013’s Mannibalector, Brotha Lynch Hung heard a common refrain. “All the fans online wanted to hear some of that old school Lynch,” the rapper reveals, “so I decided to bring a Part 2.”

With Season Of Da Siccness 2: Kevlar, Brotha Lynch Hung delivers an updated and enhanced version of the music that made him an underground icon. This is the first album Brotha Lynch Hung has produced since the original Season Of Da Siccness. The sequel captures the initial project’s menacing quality while giving it several modern updates. One example is the narration of a Bane-like character in several of the songs. The DC Comics character welcomes Lynch to the darkness, a pervasive theme and accent of the album. With Season Of Da Siccness 2: Kevlar he returns as a premier lyricist and top-tier producer whose work remains as noteworthy as it was when he emerged in the 1990s.


A1 Yaw Ready
A2 I Can Be A Killa
A3 I've Changed
A4 Get Em
A5 Gangsta (feat.GMacc)
A6 Start The Car (Skit)
A7 Smoke (feat. Phonk Beta and V8)
A8 Born In It (Skit)
A9 ILL(feat. Swifty McVay)
B1 Viral (feat. TA)
B2 Eyes Wide Open
B3 Bang Bang
B4 Da Siccness
B5 Blocc Monsta
B6 Grrr
B7 Grinding (Skit)
B8 SouthSide


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