"For the fast songs i know about 50% at the worst. So i look up the other fitty. I always see words that are obviously wrong and dont even make sense at all, and the ones i laugh at come under the 50% that i know. Not the words i dont know. Das why…"
After hours of lyric mining, i came out with nothing but stevie stones. Ha. Ha. see what i did.haha anyway, to the pointLYRICS, motherfuckin lyrics. I was all like http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_O1hM-k3aUY .Im after a website that likes to post the correct strange music lyrics. Im speaking new shit.. e.g spaz There are a dozen sites out there that have them 50-90% accurate. Im after just 1, that knows how to sort their shit out and stop…See More
"Really? haha thats the type of shit i was after.. haha fuck i didnt even know that shit and i guess that makes me a GENUIS... HO HOOO. Or... i got Trolled. That would make it the 3rd time for me in 3 weeks. Not cool.
"Yeahhhhhh you're right there. I was thinking more like potential, rather than an actual good chopper, let alone a good rapper in nz. I likes misfits of science, but they were just crack rappin.
haha ive heard a few dudes that can chop and get a…"
"I know Irv, I just didnt consider him a strange act, he's close...but not signed, so cant be considered for a "Strangeland choppers"
Yeah i checked them out after wwc came out, and im sure if i knew what they were saying, id dig…"
"Seven is a beast and my fav hip hop producer but to answer ur question, Seven does not even come close to being able to compare with Excision in the dubstep world, Sevens dubstep was way better then Souleternity's but Excision is a fuckin 2…"
"Seven, Plex Luthor and Gianni Ca$h are exactly what producers should be, so many of their beats I can just listen to by itself over 'n over. Unfair is a perfect example, now THAT's a beat, WWC, Welcome To The Midwest, K.O.D., Nuttbagg,…"
"I dont know if anybody will catch Seven's credentials on Strange with all the work and talent that he's put in and showcased. WWC is one of the dopest beats I ever heard on an album when it first came out, and I loved the work he did…"
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 [...]
With two tours, a groundbreaking album and a genre-defying EP, the Kansas City King had an undeniably prolific year that’s garnering the recognition it deserves from KC’s journalists. Ink KC is one of the first to recognize Tech N9ne for his accomplishments in 2013, naming him Solo Artist Of The Year in their year-end round [...]