i think it was like 99 because i was 11 or maybe 2000 but i went to visit my cousin in kc (im from independence ks) and he had a black eye and busted lip. i asked him what happened and he said " got jumped by the 57th street rdv's at the club 2 nights ago my cousins were talking shit to them and they caught us under a overpass." so i asked him who they were and he was like You neverd heard of them or Tech N9ne? i said no and he proceeded to play mitch bade and stamina. he still a fan and i became one lol
The 1st. time I heard Tech was on a soundtrack I think It was Gridlock if I'm not mistaken but name of the song was called questions with QD3 (Quincy Jones son), then a few years later I saw the Anghelic album in Best Buy and I remembered who he was so I snatch up the album and played the whole album but I couldn't stop playing "This Ring" and its my favorite till this day! And I think that is one of his best albums
so befor i knew who he was i still liked th song th beast lol. just never knew who it was. and that was the only rap song i liked so i didnt look into it. then just like 2 years ago my sister heard the song einstien from her boyfriend and showed it to me. i looked into it and found riot maker. loved it. she showed me a few more and now im listning to all his albums and hes a huge part of my life.
Tech may have already moved onto his next project, but the good folks over at SPIN Magazine sure haven’t. The taste-making magazine recently released their list of the 40 Best Hip Hop Albums of 2013, and we’re sure you can guess from the image above which album made the cut! Coming in at #38, Tech’s [...]
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 [...]
With Kansas City and Salt Lake City about to show down for the Major League Soccer Cup this Saturday, one journalist decided to pit their hype songs against one another. Who came out on top? Considering the author Charles Gooch’s Kansas City origins, it’s no surprise that Tech N9ne, with the Sporting Kansas City [...]
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 [...]