Kansas City shuts it down in Txx Will’s newest music video, “Too Gangsta” from his debut solo album Maximum Volume. Built around a vintage Tech N9ne sample from “Sinister Tech”, the track is an ode to all things gangsta in today’s world gone soft. Tech N9ne makes an appearance to deliver the hook, which no doubt will be a nice throwback for old school fans who hail Anghellic as his best album. Even Big Scoob makes a cameo as the 57th Street Rogue Dog Villains reunite on this hardcore slammer, straight from the Killa City. Continue reading
Tech N9ne has premiered the music video for “He’s A Mental Giant”, the lead single from his upcoming album All 6′s and 7′s. The epic music video is the most expensive that Strange has ever made and a fitting treatment for the boastful anthem produced by Seven. The video can be seen on network television on MTV2 and MTVu.
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A few days ago we posted the video leak for Tech N9ne’s “Ego Trippin” from the upcoming Bad Season. While the imagery and editing was stunning in itself, the audio was out of sync with the video which resulted in a very maddening viewing experience for many fans and even Tech himself. Thanks the guys at ThisIs50.com we have found a version with correct sync. Enjoy.
Coming straight from the Bad Season mixtape, the official “Ego Trippin” music video has hit the web. As some of you may recall, Tech N9ne and Strange Music were on location in New York City to shoot the video. ”Ego Trippin” features Krizz Kaliko, and special cameos by Kutt Calhoun and DJ Whoo Kid in facepaint. The gritty video, shot through a fish eye lens, gives fans a look at the bizarre world of Tech N9ne. The video is slightly out of sync with the audio but we will be on the lookout for a sharper version to replace the one currently available.
Strange Music gear has been spotted in Shoni Mac’s latest music video “Stunt It Off”. The music video and song also features EDI Mean from 2Pac’s old group Tha Outlawz. In the music video we can see a Kutt Calhoun tee around the 1:00 mark and a Tech N9ne shirt at the 2:35 mark. Predictably, both shirts are being worn by caucasians. Speaking of caucasians, a highlight of the music video can be found at 1:38, in which a guy does what can only be described as a crazy white boy dance. The girl standing next to him doesn’t know what to think.
Tech N9ne makes a quick cameo in Insane Clown Posse’s latest music video “Juggalo Island” from their album Bang Pow Boom. As the title suggests, the song and video is about an idyllic island where Juggalos can be free to do whatever they want. Along with Tech, Ron Jeremy and the Kottonmouth Kings also make quick appearances.
Leave it to Tech and the rest of the Strange Music crew to party until last call. Txx Will of the 57th Street Rogue Dog Villians (they had that one song you might remember, “Let’s Get Fucked Up”) just dropped a new music video for his single “Last Call” from his upcoming debut solo release Maximum Volume. While the bar scene concept of the video doesn’t reinvent the wheel, the video is done with the intoxicated authenticity that you would expect from a member of RDV. Tech along with Krizz Kaliko and Big Scoob can be seen in various shots holding their drinks and enjoying the party. Continue reading