Revenue Retrievin’: Night Shift) to make it four in 12 months time. Many of the track’s are produced by 40’s son Droop-E who is also an up-and-coming rapper recently featured in XXL Magazine as a new rapper with family ties in the business.
Tech makes his appearance on Revenue Retrievin’: Graveyard Shift with Marty James on the hook in the song “Fried”. The track is a banger produced by Jelly Roll. “40 Water they can’t touch us like a Vamp in holy water.” Make that a great collabo for two legends.
Check out the Pitchfork review of the Retrievin’ albums here, where Tech is quoted as “one of rap’s more under-recognized grassroots success stories.”