Sounds like his latest trip around the country has been keeping Tech N9ne in nonstop party mode!
‘Now YOU Gotta Get Fucked’ – Tech N9ne Talks ‘Hiccup’ And Being An Instrument Of Karma Through Music [Strange Music Exclusive]
In the eternal battle between good and evil, Tech N9ne refuses to back down against evil. Continue reading
Tech N9ne ain’t going to change a damn thing about what he’s done to earn the title of The King Of Independent Hip Hop, so don’t think otherwise. Continue reading
First he dropped Something Else and took us all for a wild ride full of surprises and unexpected musical turns. Now, only months later, Tech N9ne is ready to do it all over again with his upcoming Therapy – Sessions With Ross Robinson EP and completely redefine the sound of a Tech N9ne project. Continue reading
It seems that your wishes have been answered! Alucard and Kung Fu Vampire are officially collaborating! Continue reading
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‘Whenever He Wants, He Can Get Priority For Sure’ – ‘Meant To Happen’ Producer Scoop Deville Talks Tech N9ne, ScHoolboy Q’s ‘Oxymoron’ And Old School Upbringing
Scoop Deville’s already-illustrious career has just taken a sudden jump in the past year. Having already charted with successful hits like Snoop Dogg’s “I Wanna Rock” and Fat Joe’s “(Ha Ha) Slow Down”, Scoop’s career blew up to whole ‘nother level after producing two of the biggest West Coast hits that hip hop has seen in quite some time: Kendrick Lamar’s “The Recipe” and “Poetic Justice”. The sample-based joints have been an integral part of launching the skyrocketing career of Lamar, someone who, after only one instant-classic album, has already entered himself into the conversation of one of the greatest to ever put it down.
In 2013 Scoop has garnered his production credit under one source so far: Tech N9ne with the song “Meant To Happen” from Tech’s milestone album Something Else. The sullen track is a different take than what he’s normally used to – producing smash singles for some of hip hop’s biggest names – but has given him a different satisfaction that is exclusive to the brilliance he was able to create with one of hip hop’s greatest artists. More than just something to bob your head to, “Meant To Happen” has Tech N9ne reciting harrowing tales of his upbringing with an uncanny eye for detail and ending the lurid tales with a glimmer of hope, a deep meditation on the human condition told from the King of Kansas City’s perspective.
We talked to Scoop Deville to get the background on the track, his production history and what it means to make music with Tech N9ne. Continue reading