The Special Effects Tour is creeping on up. With a new tour comes new expectations. Here’s hoping that Tech N9ne throws us some curveballs the next time he hits the road.
We put together this short list of songs that Tech N9ne has never performed that we would more than love to see him do. Let us know if we hit the mark in the comments section below.
How has this not been a thing? Reports have said that this track has been performed a handful of times, maybe only once, but it just goes with the pulsating energy that would serve as a great turn up number. Krizz is more than equipped to bring justice to T-Pain’s manic hook and the carnal subject matter would serve as a great outlet for Tech, who’s forever got vagina on his mind.
The livest song on the darkest album of Tech N9ne’s career. Perhaps this one gets overlooked because of the wealth of fan-classics on K.O.D., but “Check Your Temperature” is one of the most rowdy songs that Tech N9ne has ever done. With it’s pounding drums and manic piano riff, Youngfyre’s production seems like it was suited for a live situation. Tech’s anthemic chorus makes this a no-brainer for the venue.
One of Tech N9ne’s most quintessential verses, it serves as a mission statement behind him, his label and what he represents. Alien Warr on the live drums and the ferocity of his delivery would make this an amazing live show experience of the highest order.
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With the Band of Psychos hitting the road that means Tyler Lyon’s on guitar and some backup vocal duties, so it only makes sense that Tech perform this rollicking number. The screaming chorus and Tech’s maniacal chopping makes this fan-favorite a must-perform.
“Killer” – Killer
Due to clearance issues this song was never able to make the final record, but Lord knows it would have been a classic had it made the sprawling Killer double-disc album. Flipping a “Thriller” sample in the dopest of ways, Tech N9ne lays out a murderous flow and Krizz Kaliko plays the role of spooky narrator to a T. With the song’s start-and-stop rhythm section, it would lend itself to some pretty amazing dance moves from the most coordinated emcee in hip hop.
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