E-40 ft Tech N9ne & Brotha Lynch Hung - Zombie

Posted 4 years ago
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J2
Album:
The Block Brochure: Welcome to the Soil 2

From the new hit TV show The Walking Dead to movies like Dawn of the Dead, America’s got an ever growing obsession with all things zombie. And here to capitalize on our desire to get more undead into out lives is the godfather of the Bay Area E-40, who’s grabbed Brotha Lynch Hung and Tech N9ne for a brand new video for, you guessed it, Zombie. Producer J2 crafts an appropriately fiendish beat on Zombie, combining peeling bells with a horror movie vocal sample that also serves as the track’s foundation. Brotha Lynch, one of the undisputed creators of “horrorcore” rap, kicks off the lyrical festivities, followed closely by a 16 from the headliner that highlights his signature flow. It’s Tech N9ne though who really makes this a must listen on the backend, delivering a verse that deserves it’s own Decoded book. If this brand new hip-hop horror flick has you fiending for more from E-Fonzarelli, like a lot more, you’ll want to head over to iTunes to grab a copy of 40’s recently released triple album The Block Brochure: Welcome To The Soil 1, 2 & 3.

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