"Wow, I don't understand other people's tastes sometimes. For me the best track by far is Heavy. The beat is awesome and the metaphor of a hunchback goes far to explain the mentality behind the whole EP. Alone is close, just a really well…"
"First I heard was Psycho Bitch and Breathe, but Absolute Power was already out. Instant fan and he's the only rapper I really liked at the time, mostly still is. I like Kaliko's work, all the collabos are good but Tech is king. So in short…"
"I like "Take It Off", could fuck to that one. lol Plus I thought Sickology 101 was a monster record, definitely the best collabos album. A lot of the songs that weren't officially on an album are awesome, sometimes I wonder why…"
"If I remember correctly, way back Tech's website was www.technine.com wasn't it? Then they switched it to be spelled the current way, so maybe that's where the confusion came from. I remember years ago looking him up when I first got…"
"In a round about way I agree with most of what you said, as Tech would say "Why you ain't call me?". We all know Tech has tried as hard as possible to get Em involved so it's probably due to Em's people or just busy as hell…"
"lol I had to try, for the sake of malekind.
And of course we're friends Kyeleigh, most of us are on here to support Tech and converse with other fans. No reason to worry about Tech, some people just want to squeeze lemons or in Pocket…"
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 [...]