The fourth show on Tech N9ne’s “Hostile Takeover 2012” Tour proved to be quite the night for both the fans and the artists. The always unpredictable and exciting crowd in Oklahoma City had moshpits, crowd surfing, and everything in between as Prozak unleashed his notoriously aggressive live performance.
Stevie Stone had fans getting buck while ¡MAYDAY! turned the females into crowd surfers with “Hardcore Bitches”. Machine Gun Kelly had his own dose of insanity thanks to his loyal fans looking to go wild on stage with him. Ending the night, Krizz Kaliko joined Tech N9ne in Oklahoma City for headlining set that saw both emcees dish out some of their biggest hits, including the crowd favorite “I’m A Playa”.
Tech N9ne and company may have been in town to perform, but in the end, the crowd proved to be as much a part of the show as the artists.
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Tech N9ne’s “Hostile Takeover 2012” Tour took Strange Music back to T-town for another sold out night of hip hop and moshing as fans went wild for Prozak’s high energy performance inside Cain’s Ballroom. The night also featured performances from Stevie Stone and ¡MAYDAY!, which included brand new material for Strange Music fans. Machine Gun Kelly and Tech N9ne then headlined the night, respectively, before shutting it down and leaving T-town with another great Strange Music experience. Watch Stevie Stone live in Tulsa, OK Twitter reactions from Tulsa, OK:
Just two shows in, Tech N9ne’s “Hostile Takeover 2012” Tour was already off to a good start with another sold out event at the Cotillion in Wichita, KS. Stevie Stone, Prozak, and ¡MAYDAY! warmed up the Wichita crowd with smash hits before Machine Gun Kelly took to the stage for some “Wild Boy” action. Tech N9ne and Krizz Kaliko then headlined the night with a brand new set that included hits like “Beautiful Music” and “Who Do I Catch”. The “Hostile Takeover 2012” Tour gave old and new fans in Wichita a night to remember as Strange Music kept the good times rolling. Watch Machine Gun Kelly perform in Wichita, KS: Twitter reactions from Wichita, KS:
Tech N9ne’s historic “Hostile Takeover 2012” Tour kicked off in his hometown of Kansas City, MO at the Midland Theatre AMC. With a completely sold out crowd in attendance, Strange Music’s CES Cru made a surprise appearance and opened the show with an action packed set. Stevie Stone kept the festivities going with a set full of brand new never before heard music with an assist from DJ P Casso and Frizz. Prozak kept up the energy with his “wall of death” and ¡MAYDAY!’s live performance had the Kansas City crowd in awe as Wrekonize and NonMS cooked up quite a surprise for the brand new tour. Machine Gun Kelly took to the stage later in the evening and put on a live show that featured pants dropping, dancing, and some Blink 182 love to top it off. Closing out the show in his own city, Tech N9ne was joined by Krizz Kaliko for a big headlining performance that covered different hits from his lengthy career. The Kansas City crowd even got to witness a surprise performance of a song that can only be seen on the “Hostile Takeover 2012” Tour! Starting off on the right foot, Tech N9ne and Strange Music smashed through Kansas City on the road to a complete takeover. Watch performances from Kansas City, MO: Exclusive photos from Kansas City: