That's what Im talking about and John would be happy because Technicians and Juggalos love Bone Thugs N Harmony.HAHA I just had to say that shit. I was thinkin Cypress Hill too. Did Tech go on tour with them already. I thought like when he went on tour with Bone Thugs a place in honolulu woudnt let Tech open for him and he created riot maker because the reason they said the wont let Tech open is because the people their would cause riots . But ya I would go to that shit in a heart beat.
Yeah u know wut im talkin about. I represent my shit son. I stay down with the clown cuz i been down with ICP the longest. They represent wut im about and when i see other artist who want fans like ICP. Its pisses people off that we like a group that cant rap as fast as tech and have dedicated fans. So FTFO
ICP's put about as much work in to making themselves known as Tech is now. ICP don't care anymore, they realize whether or not people noticed them they already have a huge dedicated fan base. So, all is good in their eyes. They even put in the back of one of their albums "Thanks for getting this shit. It don't even matter how you got it, you might of knocked a mother fucker out and ran off with it. All we're saying is thanks for the effort." Regardless of what you say, ICP are underground vets.
Tech opened first (w/ Brotha Lynch Hung guest appearance). Tech played '187 on a hook' although just his verse. The crowd was wild. At the end of Tech's set, B.L.H came on stage (but didn't perform). I wonder why they didn't do their song together, they were both there? This show was a good example of the opening guest outperforming the latter guests (on energy level and crowd movement).
BoneThugs performed second. They were DOPE (I smoked a blunt)...SO FUN
DMX was on stage by himself just standing in one spot rapping. It was so lame so I went to Tech's merch booth and bought a poster & autograph for $5
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