Out to topple the major record label industry, Tech N9ne has climbed to the top of the independent game and now is leading Strangeland to the masses.
Known as the Kansas City King, Tech N9ne embodies the hard work that it takes to rise as a star in the music business. Following his massive exposure on Lil Wayne’s Tha Carter IV, Tech now turns his attention to Young Bleed’s Preserved. As the debut album on Strange Lane, Young Bleed’s Preserved is set to open the doors for a new outlet of Strange Music. Joining Brotha Lynch Hung and Young Bleed on “How You Do Dat Again”, Tech N9ne brings his Midwest flows to the revamp of Bleed’s 1997 classic. Stepping away from his famous tongue twisting ways, Tech joins in on the Southern swagger and delivers a verse straight from the heart of the homeland. KC Tea, fierce rhymes, and full on partying all illustrate the independent giant’s contribution to the hit single.
With Tech N9ne in his corner, Young Bleed has all the ammunition he needs to break through with Preserved and take Strange Lane to new heights.