This EP from 1993 jump-started Kevin Mann's career as Brotha Lynch Hung, instantly drawing attention to itself with Mann's controversial approach toward morbid extremity. With each successive album throughout the 1990s, he would progressively move away from such exploitative attempts to shock listeners, but this EP showcases exactly why he developed such a cult following. Still, cult status is about all 24 Deep deserves, as his debut album, Season of da Siccness, comes across as much more realized without sacrificing any brutality.
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AllMusic Review by Jason Birchmeier