Tech N9ne Says Fan Comment Inspired Words For New Song

Nov 21 2014

Jeff Nelson

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Attention fans! In case you didn’t already know, Tech N9ne really cares about what you think.

As if the constant touring, meet and greets and hella releases wasn’t enough to prove this point, we have this tidbit from a recent interview that goes to show that Tech is truly one with his fans.

When asked if something a fan said has ever fueled as inspiration, Tech had this to say:

All the time man, all the time. I look at YouTube comments, I look at Instagram comments, Twitter comments. I have a song on my new album “Dyin’ Flyin’,” it’s about my fans. Some of my fans don’t want me to get as big as I’m getting. They don’t want to see me on “Jimmy Kimmel” or hear “Fragile” on the radio, which I have no idea why.

I wrote this song off of a fan on Instagram who said “ever since 2010 he hasn’t been doing any good music.” I wrote this song about how I’m flying high as hell, but I’m dying at the same time because some people don’t want me to get as big as I’m getting. Because of that guy, one of the lines in the second verse is “how the hell are you saying that all the records I’m playin’ since 2010, I’m not obeying the Strange Law, remain raw.” If he hadn’t said that, I wouldn’t have written it. I’m always in tune with the fans and always inspired by the fans. Whoever said that is gonna know, “Wow, he’s talking to me.”

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  • If you were Tech, would you care that much about what the fans had to say?

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