"You're right s.101 was geared towards the mainstream along with mlk and a few songs on every album tech has ever released but the fact that strange is thriving without the help and influence of the major labels is where lies the true essence of…"
"I have to agree with Anghellic Techn9cian[;.
Also, to whoever said he wouldn't change for the mainstream, while he didn't completely change, you can't say that Sickology wasn't geared more towards the mainstream audience."
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 [...]
KC stand up! The MLS Cup went down last Saturday with the matchup between The Sporting KC and Real Salt Lake ended with Kansas City as the victor, claiming a sports championship for the city for the first time since the then-Kansas City Wizards won the MLS cup in 2000. Before the game started, Tech [...]
In celebration of Sporting KC’s fight for the MLS Cup tomorrow night and Tech N9ne’s new “Louder” theme song for the Kansas City soccer team, we put together this list of songs that should be bumped in a stadium. From Anghellic on down, Tech N9ne has given us songs that could get any fanbase to turn all the [...]
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 [...]