2011 is coming to a close and Strange Music is going out on top! DJBooth.net has officially begun its Best Of The Booth 2011 awards celebrating the very best of the past year. From mainstream heavyweights to independent giants, the list is packed with some of the best artists today. Included on the ballots are none other than the Strange Music general, Tech N9ne, and ¡MAYDAY!’s own Wrekonize.
Landing several nominations, Tech N9ne looks to take over with “Best Remix Record”, “Album Of The Year (Unsigned/Independent)”, “Best Hip Hop Record (Unsigned/Independent)”, and “Emcee Of The Year”. Meanwhile, Wrekonize gets his due with “Best DJ Booth Freestyle”. Both MCs face some serious competition, so be sure to head over to DJBooth.net and cast your votes now!
Click here to vote for Tech N9ne and Wrekonize.
It’s official, 2011 was the year of the N9ne. Capping off an already spectacular year, HipHopDX has named Tech N9ne 2011 Emcee Of The Year.
With 2011 closing out, Tech N9ne’s All 6′s And 7′s is proving to be one of the year’s strongest releases. HipHopDX.com is once again giving its readers the power to pick the Best Album of 2011 and Tech N9ne’s star studded blockbuster has received a nomination for the top bragging right.
A star studded line up of guest features and incredible production helped make Tech N9ne’s All 6′s And 7′s the biggest album of his career, but it was the music within that truly pushed the album as one of his best. With 2011 closing out, Tech’s most recent album appears to be landing on several top 10 lists.
As if 2011 wasn’t already the most memorable year in Tech N9ne’s career, iTunes has given the Kansas City King even more bragging rights.
Looks like USO (The United Services Organization) is getting pumped up for Tech N9ne’s appearance in the Middle East to serve the troops with a all-American dose of elite music! The non-profit group that provides recreation and entertainment services for US Military troops recently posted an article in their “Headlines” section that Tech N9ne is set to perform overseas. Continue reading
Following incredible first week sales and three months of consistent performance on Billboard, Lil Wayne’s Tha Carter IV has crossed the double platinum mark. Even more remarkable than the sales of the album is the new level of exposure it provided for the Kansas City King, Tech N9ne. With the album now certified double platinum, Tech N9ne holds a distinct advantage over any other independent MC thanks to his critically acclaimed feature on “Interlude”. If Tha Carter IV continues to smash through sales, Strangeland may just have a mass of new visitors. Continue reading