since tech is by far the most known underground rapper alive and is all about his fans and not plays and shit, would you still respect him if he were to go big? Or if he just left all us die hard fans that have been here since Calm Before the Storm?
tech is by far the most talented rapper there is in the underground and ive always bacced up his music everywhere i go. people always turn his music down when i bump it. now since he has a video out those same people who turned him down are sayin that shits tight..... i see how fake people are cuz his shit is tight from the beginning. when he hits mainstream i truthfully wont continue to be a tech n9ne die hard fan anymore.. sad but true tech n9ne is my favorite rapper but if he just becomes another face in the industry then i only know one thing the he will be seen more as a fade then an artist..... and thats rill talk...... as much as i would love tech to be world wide... it would bother me knowing that people are liking him just to fit in society since he will be a mainstream hit now.. and not for his hardcore music
I can't wait for Tech to go mainstream and start using the Auto-Tune thing. NOT!!!!!!!!!!! FTI man, but i think he will if he drops another album, but his shit won't change, just more people will start to demand him, everyone will be like FTI and lil wayne and the dream and chris brown and Bun B will all DIE.
DA BRAiDER said what i was thinking and for all those punks who say theyre tech fans the n9ne aint no f**king sell out g*dd*mnit. Tech N9ne best rapper ever f**k the people who dont like him. They dont know music even if it b*tchslapped in the face!
Tech will never B/go mainstream
na like he said he'll bring mainstream down to the underground!
and i'm pretty sure if he has made it this far with out any endorsements
then he aint gonna and to me thats what mainstream is.
just because his name is getten out there more an more doesn't make him
mainstream thats just technitions doin what they do
barty and bullshit wit bitches, budda and boo lou
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 [...]
First a music video is in the making and now this? Perfect timing. One of the most impactful hip hop records of the year due to its impeccable production and stellar contributions from all talents involved, “Fragile” has been nominated in DJBooth.net’s “Best Of The Booth” awards in the category for “Best Hip Hop Record [...]
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 [...]