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Lin Brotherz

Lin Brotherz

Lin Brotherz


The Lin Brotherz is a Dutch rap group, that consists of Cilvaringz, Barrakjudah and Moongod Allah. Cilvaringz and Moongod hooked up in 1992 in the Dutch city of Tilburg, to which they also refer as Killa Hill 31013. In telephone jargon, 31 is the international access code for Holland and 013 is the access code to the Tilburg area. In 1994, Barrakjudah joined the group now known as the Lin Brotherz. After making up a lot of names, like the Henshmen and Fourmation, they decided to call themselves the Lin Brotherz. Read more on Last.fm
The Lin Brotherz is a Dutch rap group, that consists of Cilvaringz, Barrakjudah and Moongod Allah. Cilvaringz and Moongod hooked up in 1992 in the Dutch city of Tilburg, to which they also refer as Killa Hill 31013. In telephone jargon, 31 is the international access code for Holland and 013 is the access code to the Tilburg area. In 1994, Barrakjudah joined the group now known as the Lin Brotherz. After making up a lot of names, like the Henshmen and Fourmation, they decided to call themselves the Lin Brotherz.

The Lin Brotherz' main goal was to try to bring back the old, raw, war-like sound that Wu-Tang seemed to have lost in the beginning of the 2000's. According to fans and even Wu-Tang members they're quite successful in doing that. With Ringz' Wu-Tang rhyming style and Barrakjudah's characteristic style in combination with Moongod's beats, the Lin Brotherz offer a surprisingly raw sound for the die-hard Wu-fans. The first Lin Brotherz EP (Henshmen) was released in 1997 in MP3 format. In 2000, they dropped another EP, Ch'ing Dynasty.

After the release of their second EP, a special offer was done. A limited amount of Lin Brotherz T-shirts were made. The shirt features the phat Lin Brotherz logo. The Ch'ing Dynasty EP isn't available anymore, because the Lin Brotherz said the album was outdated and the tracks were circulating on the web anyway. Since then no new material has surfaced.

Moongod Allah has stuck to producing, and Cilvaringz has advanced onto other projects with the Wu-Tang Clan and Killa Beez. Barrakjudah is still a completely mystery. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..

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