Em has lost it. period. Crack a bottle? come on.... are you really feeling that track? 50..... 2 albums? ill believe it when i see it... and i wont cop it. Dre... He was only sick when Em and Hitman (+ royce da 5'9/daz and korupt/TUPAC) were writing his rhymes for him.. Nuff said. BOOOOOOOOOO
Yeah that shit would b hella tite but its been almost 4 or 5 yrs since they were talkin bout detox and shit it wuz on em's album dam I 4 got the name and it wuz off of the games the documentary album or doctors advocate 1 of them. They just probably tryin 2 perfect dat shit and make it hella tite, but if techs on it that shit will rip hella hard
I've always thought if Tech could make a track with Dre that there would be a new king of rap - Dre handing off the baton to Tech. Tech would start featuring mainstream artists, but continue to be the great king of indie.
Eminem has lost nothing. My 6 year old cousins sing his songs, just imagine what one could do with a market that large. Crack a Bottle is a teenie-bopper club hit, of course a grown man would think the song is silly, but my cousins don't --and they are now the ones buying his cds. I think when Eminem (And Dr. Dre) feel like it, they could produce a hit at anytime, probably something we've never seen before too, but the fact that they no longer need to produce such high quality music all the time to still make $$$ --when they control part of the game, they can take a break and perfect some shit, like dre's doing. I'm pretty sure Detox willl come out soon (next couple years) and it will probably be completely insane. That is about the only mainstream disc I can't wait to get my grubby paws on.
Well Technicians, your hopes have been answered. With Tech N9ne’s biggest album date with Something Else came a lot of attention towards the track that many consider to be the album’s centerpiece and one of hip hop’s finest hours in 2013: “Fragile” featuring ¡MAYDAY!, Kendall Morgan and one of rap’s biggest superstars, Kendrick Lamar. Now the question [...]
Even for the King of Darkness, some things are just too much to handle. Enter Kanye West and The Yeezus Tour’s arrival at The Sprint Center in Kansas City, Missouri. Longtime fan and Kansas City King Tech N9ne was in the stands to witness the spectacle: more than a concert, a full-on sensory overload that [...]
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Tech N9ne breaks down some of the most personal songs of his career in this eye-opening video. Watch as Tech N9ne sits in the newly-constructed Strangeland Studios and takes the time to break down all the songs on his debut rock and roll project Therapy: Sessions With Ross Robinson. Tech bares all and relays the [...]
Kansas City recognized one of its greatest citizens by giving Tech N9ne the honor of lighting the Mayor’s Christmas Tree. The annual ceremony featured the Kansas City King with the privilege of flipping the switch and lighting the biggest Christmas tree in the city he calls home. Tech N9ne was hand picked by Mayor [...]