Fort Collins, CO – Sitting in the back alley of The Aggie Theatre in Fort Collins, Colorado, the lavish Strange Music tour buses had taken over.
Tech N9ne, Krizz Kaliko, Stevie Stone, Ces Cru, and Brotha Lynch Hung were in town on the Strictly Strange Tour to promote all of their individual projects. Not surprisingly, Brotha Lynch, who signed with the Kansas City, Missouri-based label in 2009 after decades in the game, was decked out in a Halloween mask and brandishing his signature style of “horrorcore” rap. But he doesn’t exactly describe it that way, despite the fact he’s been embraced by the horrorcore community and is often referred to as one of the forefathers of the genre.
“The crazy thing is I consider my rap rip-gut, cannibalism rap,” Brotha Lynch explains to HipHopDX. “But the horrorcore scene is so big that I’ll accept that. I don’t think there’s going to be any other rappers that are going to rap about cannibalism, so I gotta jump into some genre.”
Before signing with Strange Music, the Sacramento native was approached by the Insane Clown Posse-owned label, Psychopathic Records, but because he was at a