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    TECH N9NE or Tech N9ne?

    Is his name supposed to be TECH N9NE or Tech N9ne. I see on his CDs it's always in all Capital letters but other places it's Normal. So which is it?

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    Doesn't matter homeboy

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    Junior Member Sky's Avatar
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    I prefer using TECH N9NE since all his ads and album covers are like that. Correct me if I'm wrong. Thanks for the answer though.

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    I agree, no matter how you spell it or what font you use...its still the same artist that we all love

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    Doesn't matter homeboy

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    true that. but it's wack when people are like i friggin love tech 9 man. lmfao

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    Killer is not all caps. Only one though.

    Quote Originally Posted by Sky
    I prefer using TECH N9NE since all his ads and album covers are like that. Correct me if I'm wrong. Thanks for the answer though.

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    really now? lol

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    does it really matter?

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    as long as its not tech n"i"ne

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    does it really matter?

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    It doesn't really matter but it's Tech N9ne cause it's a name his name. You may see it in all caps (TECH N9NE) on just about anything. Take a look at your CD collection or go through the CD's in any store you will find that the majority of them have all caps on the Artist the Title and occasionally the Track-listing that's just how they're usually sold or advertised. You'll see "GREEN DAY", "RAGE AGAINST THE MACHINE", "METALLICA" rather than "Green Day", "Rage Against The Machine", "Metallica" on ads or cd's. However artists like DMX is in fact "DMX". I'm picky as hell when tagging my albums in iTunes and I take it by the tone of your question you are too. Anyway I think that answers your question. I'm out PEACE!!!

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