Tech N9ne - Strange-music
One thing that can’t be argued is the creativity and uniqueness of Tech’s fans. Carson Kivari chose to cover Tech N9ne’s “The Beast” from Everready: The Religion, but he practically reinvents the song. Armed with an acoustic guitar, he belts out the hook like it was a ballad and raps the verses while strumming away. ...Read more.
When words weren’t enough to express his anger, Tech found another way get his message across to the people of The Kansas City Star. As reported earlier on our blog, Tech was upset over a review published by the paper on his Seepage EP. He took his frustration to Twitter for the rest of the ...Read more.
2010 is winding down and subsequently there will be no more Strange Music releases to satiate the fans’ hunger for elite hip hop. After evaluating all the releases within the past year, we want to know which one is the fan favorite. From the dark and disturbing Dinner and a Movie and Seepage to the ...Read more.
Tech N9ne is able to reach a lot of people with his music: being that he raps about his life with all of its ups and downs, his message resonates to a wide variety of people in all types of situations. Alyssa Stewart is one of those people. The Philadelphia Street Team leader has been ...Read more.
“I want this thing to spread like a forest fire.” – Tech N9ne Tech’s recent surge in popularity has shown itself in numbers. Just recently Tech N9ne’s Facebook page passed the 500,000 mark and is growing at an exponential rate. Finally, it’s starting to look like hip hop’s best-kept-secret won’t be a secret for long. ...Read more.
The Kansas City Star published a review of Tech N9ne’s Seepage EP today. The review, for the most part, is a typical write up of Tech’s music and the basis for the EP. The author, Joel Francis, really helps set the tone of the dark music on the EP, and seems to have a good ...Read more.
On this exceptional collaboration, Tech teams up with fellow Kansas City musician Steven Cooper. The two rappers fly over the beat and deliver rapid fire verses. “Broken Chains” boasts the change in each rapper’s life and deals with overcoming the adversity they each faced. In typical Tech N9ne fashion, he steals the show with his ...Read more.
Browsing through the Tech N9ne forums and social sites, an individual may become confused as to what they see. Disagreements and outright fighting seem to be common all over the Tech N9ne world. The words are beginning to grow into their own entity. Fans are in a state of chaos amongst themselves and it all ...Read more.