Tech N9ne - Strange-music
Tech N9ne’s dark and twisted Seepage EP recently found itself on AllHipHop.com’s list of the 40 best album ...Read more.
As more and more industry insiders take notice of Strange Music’s campaign on the independent scene ,indie artists and even the majors are being advised to follow suit. Ty Cohen of MusicBizCenter.com has even cited Tech N9ne in a recent article on achieving success as an indie artists. The music business analyst admits to having ...Read more.
Based out of Kansas City, Evolved Footwear has cornered the market on custom shoes. With designs ranging from sports teams to the extravagant, nothing seems to be out of reach. Searching through the galleries of work, we came across an exclusive pair of Jordan’s tailor-made for the Kansas City King, Tech N9ne. The red and ...Read more.
The college inspired website, Swizzer.com, recently posted a lengthy review on Tech N9ne’s Bad Season. The review is set up for both long time Tech fans and curious ...Read more.
Tech N9ne’s vicious retort to anyone questioning his dopeness finally found its way to the stage. This clip features Tech opening his winter shows set in Boulder, Colorado with the first verse from “Seepage”, following it with “Stamina” and “Welcome To The Midwest”. With every new song is a new set of theatrics: Tech bobs ...Read more.
From the corner bodegas to the desktops of kids in the suburbs, mixtapes have long been a staple in the hip hop community. Mixtapes can launch the careers of up and coming rappers or resurrect the careers of rap veterans. MC’s like Drake have become overnight sensations through their mixtape success. When properly taken advantage ...Read more.
Since it’s release last week, Bad Season has been making rounds on the hip hop circuit. BallerStatus.com has listed Tech N9ne’s Bad Season under its weekly ‘In Rotation” post for readers. Bad Season is listed next to new projects by the likes of Rick Ross, Nipsey Hussle, Nas, Joe Budden, and Jay Rock’s own Black ...Read more.
Leading the pack on this all-star hood anthem, Kutt Calhoun drops another noteworthy verse for his Bad Season outing. “Down For The Block” features production by The Haitian Super Heroes (DJ Whoo Kid and Red Spyda). The ground shaking beat is driven by horns reminiscent of many Southern hip hop hits. Kutt steps into his ...Read more.