22 Entertainment and Bad Half Entertainment, the imprints behind Royce’s Success Is Certain album, connect Royce Da 5’9″ and Tech N9ne together for a new track titled “Barely Human.” They flex some super human skills on the mic and have my ear buzzing, ready for new music from them. Stream the Symbolic One-produced track below. Barely Human . . .
Tech N9ne‘s latest album release, Dominion, is a Strange Music compilation project. The album is a whopping 24 tracks total, and includes guest features from the likes of Krizz Kaliko, Rittz, MURS, and many more. Stream Dominion in full below.
The veteran spitter Tech N9ne is officially back on the map with the release of his latest album, The Storm. The project is deep, coming in at 32 songs total with guest features from Logic, Problem, Krizz Kaliko, Marsha Ambrosius, Boyz II Men, Joyner Lucas, and more. Stream The Storm below, and purchase via iTunes.
Dizzy Wright isn’t afraid to address the less favorable side of life in the United States with “God Bless America,” featuring Big K.R.I.T., Tech N9ne and Chel’le. The Growing Process is available for purchase via iTunes now. Stream “God Bless America” below.
Tech N9ne keeps things as dark as ever with a video for “On The Bible,” released on the same day as his Special Effects album. The ominous single features an aggressive verse from Atlanta veteran T.I., and a spellbinding chorus from Hustle Gang’s own Zuse. Watch the video for “On The Bible” below, and purchase . . .
We know not to expect anything calm or soothing from Tech N9ne‘s camp. This time he puts it “On The Bible” with the help of T.I. and Zuse. Alien-like, futuristic production from Seven gets blood pumping from the beginning. Zuse laces the beat with an ominous chorus, while Tech and Tip do what they do . . .
Tech N9ne, B.o.B and 2 Chainz join forces for “Go Crazy,” an uptempo banger set to be featured on Tech N9ne’s forthcoming project. All three artists are known to give dominant performances on records, but Tech is firmly in control this time around. Stream “Go Crazy” below, and look for Tech N9ne’s Special Effects album . . .
Twista and Tech N9ne join forces to rap very fast over frantic production on “Crisis.” The video features the two Midwest spitters amidst some super futuristic imagery, complete with quick-moving special effects to match the song’s frenetic sound. Crisis is available for purchase via iTunes. Watch the video for “Crisis” below, and stream the full . . .
You might to get prepped for the Strangeulation Cypher in advance. This isn’t your average bunch of lyricists. Tech N9ne, Godemis, Stevie Stone, Murs, Wrekonize, Bernz, Kutt Calhoun, Ubiquitous, Prozak and Krizz Kaliko take turns delivering pointed verses over rock-tinged production for the Strangeulation Cypher, which runs in at just over nine minutes and does . . .
As the one and only Tech N9ne prepares to release a new album, he whets appetites with a creepy, cinematic video entitled “Over It,” featuring Ryan Bradley. The video features scenes that could pass for a pilot episode of a new fantasy thriller television series. The Strange Music veteran will debut Strangeulation next Tuesday, on . . .
Do we really need more Molly rap? Tech N9ne thinks so, and we all know Danny Brown doesn’t care. Whether you like it or not, “Thizzles” is here, and it’s pretty catchy if you’re not overly deterred by the overly repetitive vocals in the background. The two explosive emcees are a good pairing, as they . . .
It is August 11, 1973. The party is at 1520 Sedgwick Avenue, Bronx, New York. Dj Kool Herc, the man known as the “father of hip-hop,” is face to face with the largest crowd he has ever played for, to this date. At that time, what we know as hip-hop today was born. Known for his idiosyncratic style of using . . .
How do you stand out as a producer when hip-hop is over-saturated beyond belief? Sheer, unadulterated quality. DrewsThatDude provides just that with KAMI, his brand new five-track EP. Andrew is commonly referred to as “The Synth God,” and KAMI is a shining example of his melodic prowess. KAMI takes listeners through an array of different . . .
Mac Miller left Rostrum Records as his original contract with the label expired this year. Though he hasn’t said why he won’t renew with them, he is moving forward and “ready to get back in the studio and share new music” with his fans. Rostrum is the independent label behind his most recent album, Watching . . .
Hopsin has come a long way from being the guy famous for videos made in his basement. The West Coast spitter prepares us for the release of his forthcoming album, Knock Madness, with a full stream of his album before its release date. The project features guest appearances from Tech N9ne, Jarren Benton, Dizzy Wright, . . .