Get Off Me
Tech N9ne Feat. Problem & Darrein Safron
On Friday, Tech N9ne will release The Storm, his 17th studio album and the sequel to his 1999 debut album The Calm Before the Storm. He has already released a number of tracks from the album, most notably the highly flammable "Sriracha." Today, he releases one final track before the album, "Get Off Me," in an HNHH premiere.
Tech N9ne's new studio album The Storm is on the way this December, and the prolific emcee has shared another single from the upcoming LP today. While finding the rapper technical as ever, "Godspeed" finds him getting a little more ambitious as he embraces auto-tune, sounding a bit influenced by My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy-era Kanye. Of course, that production shift comes after he raps furiously for a good few minutes.
Tech N9ne Feat. Brandoshis
Earlier in October, Tech N9ne caused a minor riot on HNHH when he released "Sriracha," a hellstorm of a track that features what is undisputedly one of the most impressive verses of the year from Joyner Lucas. Tech returns this afternoon with his latest The Storm release: "Choosin."
Shoot Back (Dear Officer)
KXNG CROOKED Feat. Tech N9ne
Slaughterhouse member KXNG Crooked has announced next month's release of a concept album called Good Vs. Evil. "Alternative Reality. Government Corruption. Citizens Revolt. Shit Happens," he explained on Twitter. Yesterday he released, "Shoot Back (Dear Officer)," the first song from the album, in which he argues that an unwillingness to fight injustice is tantamount to successful completion of the "hoe test."
Tech N9ne Feat. Logic & Joyner Lucas
One afternoon in early September, Tech N9ne announced his 11th studio album The Storm and loosed a troika of songs: "What If It Was Me," "I Get It Now," and "Erbody But Me." After a brief 5-week hiatus,
What If It Was Me
Tech N9ne Feat. Krizz Kaliko
Tech N9ne blessed this Friday by announcing that he will release his forthcoming album The Storm on December 9th. He accompanied the announcement with the release of three new tracks, including "What If It Was Me," which resides in the gangster-focused "G.Zone" section of the album.
I Get It Now
Erbody But Me
Tech N9ne Feat. Bizzy & Krizz Kaliko
Indie rap mogul Tech N9ne blesses fans today with "Erbody But Me," the lead single from his upcoming 11th LP The Storm. The song, which features Bizzy and Krizz Kaliko, has been released alongside two other freebies, "I Get It Now" and "What If It Was Me." Each of the three songs represents a different section of Tech`s upcoming album - those sections are titled "Kingdom," "Clown Town," and "G Zone." Coming off the "Kingdom" portion of the project, "Erbody But Me" is a certified Bay-inspired banger, packaged ready for consumption in t
Tech N9ne is looking for rapper to feature on his new track, "PTSD," and it could be you. Tech's new track has him rapping as furiously as ever on the first half, but suddenly, the vocals cut out, and there's a 16 bar instrumental bridge. While it's clear the Strange Music rapper could have destroyed a second verse, he's left that space with the hopes that a contest winner can do just as much damage.
Rittz Feat. Tech N9ne & Krizz Kaliko
One day before the release of his new album, Top of the Line, Rittz has dropped off a killer collab featuring his labelmates at Strange Music. The new track finds Rittz, Tech N9ne, and Krizz Kaliko honing in on "The Formula" that helps create Strange's innovative sound, and on this collab, each emcee brings his own special flavor.
Krizz Kaliko Feat. Tech N9ne
Like his boss at Strange Music, Krizz Kaliko is most known for his unhinged rapping ability, but also in his repertoire is a mean singing voice, which he uses throughout his new single. On "Behave," Kaliko executes a highly relatable R&B jam and nabs a slick verse from Tech N9ne that manages to provide some context without dampening the intimate mood.
Beautiful People (Remix)
Here goes another Pharmacy exclusive from the D-R-E. Recently we got to hear "Back to Business" from last Saturday's episode, but that's not the only gem that's been unearthed, for fans who don't have the app on their phone. Tech N9ne was asked to spit an exclusive for Dr.
Blunt And A Ho
Tech N9ne Feat. Murs & Ubiquitous
Strangeulation Vol. II is dropping at the end of the week, and while Tech has already given us a generous share of material from the album ahead of time, he's dropped yet another new one today. "Blunt and a Ho" is a pretty traditional rap record, built off of an incredibly minimal beat that recalls 80s rap. As you probably know by now, there's no instrumental Tech won't try out, and he'll make sure to try out some adventurous flows on it as well.
Tech N9ne Feat. Big Scoob
On November 20, Tech N9ne will release Strangeulation, Vol. II, the sequel to the first installment of his Strange Music collaboration album, released in May 2014. A few days ago, Tech released the first track off Vol. II, "Cypher I," which actually wasn't a collaboration but a single-man "cypher" that found the Strange Music boss going back and forth between a few different flows.
Tech N9ne is getting ready to release his second compilation of collaborations, and like the first installment, this one will feature a few cypher throughout. Today, Tech has shared the first cypher from the bunch -- which isn't exactly a cypher at all, seeing as he's the only one involved. Still, he goes hard enough that he makes up for the absence of anyone else in the circle. He also uses more flows than you'd expect from multiple rappers.
The Kansas City Royals are celebrating their first World Series title in 30 years today. To celebrate the title and express KC pride, Tech N9ne decided to quickly record and drop an ode to his favorite sports team and beloved hometown called "KCMO Anthem." Said Tech of the song: "To the KC Royals and all of Kansas City, here's a gift from me to you."
We Just Wanna Party
Tech N9ne Feat. Rittz & Darrein Safron
Tech N9ne is releasing his second Strange Music collaborative album, Strangeulation Vol. 2, next month, and following the double-time celebration, "Slow To Me," and the impossible alliteration of "MMM (Michael Myers Mask)," he's come through with yet another cut from the project.
MMM (Michael Myers Mask)
Tech N9ne will never achieve the mainstream success he deserves, but at least everyone can agree he spits complete flames on a regular basis. He's got an album coming in November called Strangulation Vol. II, and yesterday he dropped the album's first single "Slow To Me," today he keeps 'em coming with "MMM (Michael Myers Mask)."
Slow To Me
Tech N9ne Feat. Krizz Kaliko & Rittz
Tech N9ne is known for his double time flows, and many of his collaborators possess a similar ability to spit at a rapid-fire rate. His latest track, "Slow To Me," is all about this particular skill, as Krizz Kaliko and Rittz brag about their speed, apologizing to the listeners who can't keep up with them. They also take some shots at "current rappers" over their use of auto-tune and slower vocal deliveries.
Wake 'Em Up
E-A-Ski Feat. Tech N9ne & Too Short
E-A-Ski has been a major west coast rap behind-the-scenes player for the last 25 years, having produced for Master P, Ice Cube, Luniz, & Mistah F.A.B. He is very much still active, having allegedly produced a pair of tracks on Ice Cube's next album Everythang's Corrupt, and now "Wake ‘Em Up," feat. Tech N9ne and Too $hort, the lead single off his forthcoming EP. Tech N9ne provides his usual platter of multisyllabic rhyme and Too Short his usual blunt, horny approach over a triumphant bit of Ski production.