Brotha Lynch Hung Live @Crocodile 6/4/19

Growing up in the 90’s Gangsta rap was a huge thing for people that lived it or just wanted to listen to the stories told by the people who either saw it or lived it themselves. To see this artist touring was not only great but also to see Mr. Lynch at the Crocodile in Seattle, WA was even better. This venue is located in Belltown and the venue has been home to many 90’s grunge artists who caught their big break from there. It has an upper deck and lower main area that anyone can go to and from. Lynch put on a great show, new songs and classic ones from his earlier albums. He interacted with the crowd doing handshakes as he sent the lyrics into the ears of the audience. He showed up in sweat pants displaying he is still Brotha Lynch from the Garden Blocc. Lots of these 90’s rappers never made it very far when they stayed in the gang life but it’s reported that Lynch is one of the few to leave the gang life behind and then rap about the stories he may or may have not lived or seen. Lynch also is one of the originators of “horrorcore” which is a rap style that comes off evil and sick to some, not just killing people but dismembering and rapes with guns. However many of his classic tracks were blasting thru the speakers of many youth then and to this day, great show and glad to say I was there.

Published by Skoo-B

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