Taken from Tech N9ne’s mixtape, Bad Season, “Curious (What Up Wit Ya Girl)” finds Tech teaming with Royce Da 5’9″ and Irv Da Phenom for another anthem dedicated to the ladies. Although the track was originally included on the Bad Season re-release back in January, HipHopDX.com has given the track a new audience by including it on their weekly list of top singles. Continue reading
Move if you want to. Tech N9ne has no problem moving his listeners with his intense and abrasive delivery. Jumping off the Bad Season is Tech N9ne’s “Move (Remix)”. The acapella, originally meant for Mims’ “Move” remix, features Tech beating on his chest to give it a genuine vintage touch. Tech gets fired up on the song and drops a lyrically twisted verse that builds the momentum of a freight train.
Two is always better than one. That’s the idea behind Tech N9ne’s “Curious (What Up With Ya Girl)”. The brand new track from Bad Season’s iTunes release features Irv Da Phenom and Royce Da 5’9″ from the supergroup Slaughterhouse. The three MC’s take turns at expressing their desire to close the deal with a girl and her friend. Tech doesn’t shy away from his love for women, as he bluntly says in the hook:
What up with ya girl, I want to enjoy
will you tell your girl, to get up with ya boy
and I’m diggin on you, but I’m still curious
you lookin at me like playin, but I’m dead serious
During one of the song’s funnier moments, Royce drops a playful line that highlights his verse:
I was taught by them eaters to double your plate
I’ma be cummin til one of you got the juggalo face
Laid out over a smooth R&B production, “Curious” is sure to be a favorite among both the ladie and the players. Bad Season features four brand new tracks and high quality recordings not previously available. Click here to download Bad Season from iTunes or purchase your physical copy of Bad Season here.
We wanted your opinion on what you thought was the best track from Bad Season‘s original release. Then we wanted to know what you thought was the best new Bad Season track from the iTunes release. Now after taking in all of the Bad Season-released tracks, we’re back again to find out what your favorite track is altogether. Continue reading
Voted the best out of the new songs for the Bad Season iTunes release, Speed of Sound is an acapella featuring Tech N9ne spitting one of his fastest flows of all time. Tech often says he prides himself on his clarity, and this is apparent in “Speed of Sound”, as Tech flexes his top-tier tongue precision. Originally this verse was supposed to be on a song with Bone Thugs N Harmony but was never released. Continue reading
Tech N9ne’s Bad Season is back with even more explosive hits. The recently released mixtape has been given a new life with four brand new exclusive tracks from Tech N9ne’s vault. Continue reading
Blazing off the Bad Season iTunes release, this brand new acapella sets a new bar for MCs everywhere. “Blammers And Burners” begins with a short introduction from Tech N9ne, in which he explains the origin of the verse. Originally intended to be paired with a verse from Crooked I of Slaughterhouse, the feature landed on Bad Season as an acapella with Tech’s signature chest beating. Continue reading
The latest release from Tech N9ne, Bad Season, has hit the web and again, this release ranks high on the Top Charts in the Hip Hop section on iTunes and is gaining favorable impressions from the fans. Fans have stepped up and taken their conversations to the social networks to show their support. As you can see from the feedback so far, this is a unique release. Continue reading
The holidays may be gone, but the Bad Season is just getting started! Strange Music and DJ Whoo Kid are proud to announce the release of the Bad Season mixtape. Here’s your chance to order your copy of this critically acclaimed mixtape! We are releasing a high-quality CD version with 4 new tracks for you to digest! Download Bad Season on iTunes or you can order your copy of Bad Season today and make sure that regardless of what the weather’s like outside, you’re always in the middle of a Bad Season.