Crack A Bottle is very dissapointing. I hope to God there are way better songs than that...if not, this will be even worse than Encore. The game needs a savior. Eminem could be that savior if he got off the snappy pop shit like everybody else is doing.
lol, I rang a bomb threat to Shady's concert from a payphone in Sydney, I told J and Shaggs when i met them, J was like "WHAT THE FUCK HAVE WE CREATED" and shaggs said it was like giving ICP a christmas present! lol
Dre said in 08 that this year he's dropping another album to change the whole face of the game...again. Dre doesn't talk shit, and I believe him. Now that's Detox, but if Em is releasing this year too, remember last time this happened? Chronic 2001 and the Marshall Mathers LP? Two of the greatest hip hop albums ever made? I know Em was off his rocker for Encore, but give him a chance. Em and Dre are genious's and every time they put their heads together something amazing happens. The rebirth of hip hop starts in 09, just wait...
Hell, we might just see an aftermath/strange collaboration, I'll tell you right now that I wont be surprised.
Crack a bottle is acually not that bad, yes the chours can get a little annoying, but Ems verse is acually very creative and funny as shit...and that has been the track record for Em on every album, I watched an interview a few years back where he said he tries to find the most poppy annoying track to release first because that is what Dj's want to play over and over, then he releases a dark track there after...I have been watching the web each day for new news on the new Album and from what everyone has been saying Eminem has broke into the cementary with an old shove and dug up the body of the late great Slim Shady, hooked him up to the power lines and fliped the switch. Trick trick said recently in an interview that when he heard some of the new tracks on Relapse he couldnt even respond with emotion after, saying simply he is going to make alot of people really pissed off with this one, Shady is back.....
As we near the end of the year, cue the accolades for the dope shit in 2013. Following the nod from SPIN magazine, Tech N9ne has earned a place on another list of the best rap albums of 2013, this time from ArtistDirect.com. Tech shares a spot on the list with other artists such as A$AP [...]
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From one elite emcee to another: real recognize real. After shooting a music video with Tech N9ne, ¡MAYDAY! and Kendall Morgan for “Fragile”, Kendrick Lamar took to the stage the next evening as the opening act for Kanye West on the Yeezus Tour. The tour’s stop in Kansas City wouldn’t be complete without an appearance [...]
One of the many traits of powerful music is it will often times latch itself onto the memory of whatever you were doing when you first heard it. Seemingly with that exact thought in mind, Tech recently took to his Facebook to ask fans if they remember exactly what they were doing when they first heard [...]
Are you Tech N9ne’s number one fan? Then prove it! Tech N9ne and Monster Energy have teamed up again for the Ultimate Fan Challenge: a competition that lets you prove that you’re the biggest Tech N9ne fan and gives you the chance to win your own personalized, RIAA-certified “Caribou Lou” gold plaque. In order to [...]