|Brotha Lynch Hung|
|Birth name||Kevin Mann|
|Label(s)||Siccmade, Strange Music|
|Associated acts||Sicx, X-Raided|
Kevin Mann, better known by his stage name Brotha Lynch Hung, is an American rapper from Sacramento, California. Lynch first began rapping in 1986 under the name Ice Cold, along with his half-brother Sicx (then known as Strobe Light). Around 1989, by the suggestion of Sicx, he changed his name to fit his rapping style and ability to take out other rappers in battle, becoming Brotha Lynch Hung. He was a member of the Crips in his younger life. He signed with Ced Singleton's Black Market Records for his 1992 debut EP, 24 Deep.  His 1995 album Season of da Siccness graphically chronicled a life of drug use and sale, promiscuity, ultraviolence, rape along with heavy themes of cannibalism. It was certified Gold.
Brotha Lynch Hung also appeared in the film Now Eat along with Sicx in 2000. Lynch has appeared as a featured artist on over 100 tracks with various artists. In May 2009, Brotha Lynch inked a deal with Midwest rapper Tech N9ne's Strange Music label, after months of rumors. 
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