The latest release in the long running Underground Hustlin’ series is now available. Hosted by underground icon Necro, volume 37 also features a few familiar names courtesy of Strange Music.
The jam packed compilation features 22 exclusive tracks, including Alaska Red’s “From AK To KC” featuring Tech N9ne, Krizz Kaliko, and Kutt Calhoun. The Strange posse cut is just one of many star studded tracks on Underground Hustlin’ 37. As one of the most popular compilations in the underground, Underground Hustlin’ has continued to deliver the very best in independent music. With Tech N9ne, Krizz Kaliko, and Kutt Calhoun dropping in, Underground Hustlin’ is about to get a pass to Strangeland.
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Tech N9ne turns up the heat in his latest music video appearance for Trae Tha Truth’s “All That I Know”, also featuring Mystikal and Brian Angel.
If the first time around wasn’t enough to satisfy your appetite, ¡MAYDAY! is serving up seconds with the official remix to Tech N9ne’s “F**k Food” featuring Lil Wayne and T-Pain.
¡MAYDAY!’s Plex Luthor and Gianni Cash take the reigns on this one as they put a new spin on the sex-driven anthem from All 6′s And 7′s. The gritty and downright grungy remix dreams up a new direction for the gothic nightmare envisioned by Tech N9ne. ¡MAYDAY!’s official “F**k Food” remix is now available for free download, so get your fill! Continue reading
As if Welcome to Strangeland didn’t satisfy your insatiable appetite for more Tech N9ne, out comes Will Power and Matt “Mateo” Hayes’ epic remix of “When I Was High” by Nikkiya Featuring Tech N9ne and Rittz!
The road to Strangeland is filled with some wild adventures, but when Tech N9ne comes across the ladies of Strangeland, he calls on the 816 Boyz for some assistance. Continue reading
Tech N9ne is featured in the newly released “All I Know” with down South heavy hitters Trae The Truth, Mystikal and Brian Angel. Continue reading
With Welcome To Strangeland less than two weeks away, XXLMag.com surprised fans with the world premiere of “Slave” featuring Krizz Kaliko and Kutt Calhoun.
The soulful and introspective track calls upon Tech N9ne, Krizz Kaliko, and Kutt Calhoun to dig deep and deliver one of the most powerful tracks on Welcome To Strangeland. Inspired by slave spirituals, the three MCs express their struggles in both life and the public eye as they pursue their ultimate goal of success. Like haunting voices of the past, “Slave” is an outpouring of grief, love, and hopelessness. Tech N9ne, Krizz Kaliko, and Kutt Calhoun prove to be more than just your average MCs on this spectacular cut from Welcome To Strangeland.
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The Outlawz return with the release of their newest album, Perfect Timing. The group, formerly led by Tupac Shakur, is heating up the singles chart with their latest smash, “New Years”, which features Tech N9ne. Continue reading
Da Kennel lets loose and brings Tecca Nina along for the ride on the smash hit, “Better Believe It”.
Drowning in synths, the production pumps adrenaline straight into listeners ears as Tech N9ne takes over for a guest feature that sees his signature chopping and bouncy delivery come in full force. The boastful rhymes come with plenty of cocky attitude. Tech N9ne’s charisma shines through, proving to push out the strongest verse on the Midwest club banger. Complete with auto-tune and aggressive chants, Da Kennel brings fans a stomp worthy anthem. The hook alone is enough to blast speakers everywhere, and with Tech N9ne’s help, Da Kennel gets their point across: We run this shit.
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Tech N9ne has opened the gates as the time has officially come for Tech N9ne Collabos Welcome To Strangeland. Bringing together the entire Strange Music roster, Welcome To Strangeland continues in the tradition of Tech N9ne’s Collabos series and will feature all new music from the Kansas City King. Continue reading