As 2013 rolls on, fans on the web continue to push rumors and speculation as to just who Tech N9ne will link up with next for his Something Else LP. From alternative rock heavyweights to rap’s elite, it seems like no one is off limits in the discussion.
With the recent release of their Random Access Memories album, house music icons Daft Punk find themselves at the top of the music world once again, and with all of the current attention centered on the legendary beatsmiths, we wonder – what would happen if Tecca Nina met the robotic duo on wax? Continue reading
Over the decade, we’ve seen Tech N9ne solidify himself as one of the best live performers in hip hop. From the accuracy of his delivery, to the theatricality of the light show and to his impeccable dance moves, there’s no doubt that he will be forever known as one of the best performers in music, much less hip hop, to hold down a stage.
But there’s a side of him that we have yet to see that could yield results far more intriguing… Continue reading
On Sunday, February 10, 2013 you’re about to see Tech N9ne like you’ve never seen him before on MTV2′s When I Was 17.
We decided to take a look back in time to see what life was like when Tech was 17. Continue reading
With Tech N9ne gearing up for his biggest album of all time, we put together a list of producers he has yet to collaborate with that we think would take his sound up another notch. Continue reading
Last Saturday, CNN published an article written by Eliott C. McLaughlin titled “A Case for Nas, Hip Hop’s Finest MC”, in which Mclaughlin orchestrated a reasonable and well thought-out case for why he believed Nas is the greatest emcee of all time.
While my love for Nas is huge and I can’t argue with many of the points Eliott made in his article, I felt compelled to hold it down for the Kansas City King and make a case for Tech N9ne, hip hop’s Strangest emcee. Continue reading
2012 may have been missing a full-length release from Tech N9ne, but it certainly didn’t go without some of the indie king’s best verses.
Between three consecutive Top 3 Rap releases – KLUSTERFUK, E.B.A.H., and Boiling Point, and a slew of guest appearances, Tech N9ne managed to once again challenge the boundaries of what an emcee could do and displayed an unfathomable ability to improve on his already elite delivery.
With 2012 just about wrapped up, we’ve taken a look back at the very best of the Kansas City King and compiled the Top 10 Tech N9ne Verses Of 2012.
Check out the top picks! Continue reading
Given some of the little hints Strange Music fans have been privy to over the last few months, it’s becoming apparent that 2013 is set to be the year of the Snake and Bat.
One thing we know for a fact is that Tech N9ne has a new album coming out in 2013, and it’s expected to be even more epic than All 6′s And 7′s (if that’s even possible), so we decided to take some time to make a wish list of sorts for collaborations we’d like to see happen, if the world doesn’t explode on the 21st that is. Continue reading
Proof that he doesn’t hear what you hear. Continue reading
Fans headed to the Gift Of Rap 2012 will have an opportunity to create the experience of a lifetime thanks to the exclusive VIP Meet and Greet that will put them face to face with the Kansas City King, Tech N9ne.
As one of Tech N9ne’s earliest supporters in the music industry, Violet Brown has had plenty of memorable exchanges with the red-haired wonder, but it was another fan’s chance encounter with Tech outside of a hotel in L.A. that would have the makings of the ultimate Tech N9ne experience.
It’s no surprise that the Kansas City King is an avid fan of metal. He’s mentioned numerous times his love for bands such as Avenged Sevenfold, and has been caught sporting Black Sabbath, Slipknot, and System of a Down tees.
With Tech recently venturing back into the dark side with Boiling Point, we decided to put together a short list of metal vocalists that we felt would be perfect for a collaboration with the Nina. Continue reading