One of our favorite hip hop blogs The Boombox just brought back their awesome series “16 Bars”, which features some of your favorite emcees dropping classic freestyles!
Not only did Tech drop a hot 16 (a verse from “Table and Chest Press”) for the good guys at The Boombox, he also did a quick interview with them on the art of freestyling and what he considers the difference between rapping and freestyling!
As an added bonus for us hardcore Technicians, during the interview Tech remembers being pressured by a classmate in 7th grade to write his first verse ever, and even spits part of it.
“I was a beat boxer for a rapper named Money Dog in 7th grade. This young girl by the name of Lola Morris said, my first name, ‘Aaron, why you always spittin, why don’t you write? Why don’t you rap? You’re always spittin’ on people!’ So I went home and wrote!”
Check out the three videos below, and don’t miss Tech with Krizz Kaliko, Freddie Gibbs, Jarren Benton, and Psych Ward Druggies on the Independent Grind Tour!
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