Legendary northern Cali rapper Brotha Lynch is ready for a new chapter in his music career, as he lands a deal with Tech N9ne's Strange Music label.
Last week, the Sacramento based rapper announced the news, via his MySpace blog: "It's goin' down."
The indie touring juggernaut, Tech N9ne, was just as excited when the deal was finalized, and his business partner told him the news.
"Travis called me and said BROTHA LYNCH IS OFFICIALLY SIGNED TO STRANGE MUSIC! Sh** just keeps gettin better and better..." Tech revealed, via his Twitter page.
Lynch said that when he first met the Kansas City rapper, he was trying to get into his show, and now years later, he's been added to his roster of artists. Isn't it ironic?
"When I first met Tech, he was a fan. I let 'em back stage, now I'm signed wit em," he said.
According to Lynch's Twitter page, the first release via his new pact with Strange Music will be a project called Dinner and a Movie, which he's been working on since at least 2007. The album is expected to drop later this year.
Despite the long wait, Lynch feels his fans are in for his best work to date. "I feel my next album will be the best! Wait 'til ya hear the realness."
Until his official album hits, Lynch will be offering fans an appetizer. He's gearing up for the release of a new mixtape called Gas Station, which is available for pre-order via his MySpace profile at MySpace.com/OriginalSpydermann.