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Twitter Turns 10 Years Old: Top Tweets From The Strange Roster

Published: March 21, 2016 in Bernz, Big Scoob, Brotha Lynch Hung, CES Cru, Darrein Safron, JL, Krizz Kaliko, Mackenzie Nicole, Mayday, MURS, Prozak, Rittz, Stevie Stone, Strange Music, Tech N9ne, Wrekonize by

Top Tweets - Twitter 10 Year

As Twitter celebrates their 10th birthday today, we’re taking a look at some of our favorite Tweets from everyone on the Strange Roster.

The artists have used Twitter to announce new music releases, to take a look back on the past, and even drop some wisdom on their followers. Without further ado, we give you the best tweets from our artists, in alphabetical order. Enjoy:

Bernz gives us some insight into his upcoming album:

Big Scoob drops some wisdom we all could follow more closely:

When a legend takes the stage with another legend; Snoop Dogg brought Brotha Lynch Hung out for a track:

CES Cru demonstrate their elite lyricism:

Darrein Safron humorously pays homage to his hometown St. Louis:

The newest signee to Strange, JL left it all in the studio with Big Scoob:

Krizz Kaliko surprised the fans with an announcement of new music, an album nothing like he’s ever done:

Mackenzie Nicole tells us about her humble beginnings in the Strange Music warehouses:

58 shows in 60 days; ¡MAYDAY! looks back at the record breaking tour they were part of 4 years ago:

Known for trying new things, MURS tosses around the idea of being a host for “America’s Next Top Model”:

What’s become one of the biggest songs from Black Ink, Prozak released the visuals to “Purgatory” featuring Tech N9ne & Krizz Kaliko:

Rittz announced that he’ll start recording for a new album, an album that represents him being at the top of his craft:

Stevie Stone celebrated his 5th year of being signed to Strange Music. He’s come a long way since his signing:

What turned out to be even more massive than fans could imagine, Tech N9ne released “Speedom” with Krizz Kaliko and Eminem:

Wrekonize shows us what determination can do by giving us a glimpse at just how far he’s come from his first tour in 2006:

Just to cap things off, we included one of our favorites from the Strange Music Twitter:

  • What was your favorite Tweet?
  • What Tweets should have made this list?

Go give everyone a follow on Twitter and comment below!


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