Whether you like his music or not, you should probably put some respect on Tech N9ne's name. The man is started from the bottom, with albums like Anghellic and Absolute Power standing out as dope but slept on underground gems. Eventually, Tech's power began to grow, and with that, an empire was born. Eventually, Tech founded Strange Music, and with a nigh-unparalleled work ethic, Tech's status as one of music's hardest workers paid off big. Now, Strange is a successful record label with several artists, and Tech continues to pump out new music at an utterly baffling pace.
On his label's latest project Strange Reign, Tech teams up with tried and true collaborator Krizz Kaliko for the standout cut "Stick It In." As the suggestive title, this song does contain some heavy sexual themes. After all, Tech rarely misses an opportunity to wax poetic about his latest sexcapades, and this joint is no exception. Over a nice beat from Seven, Tech makes a case for why he should be considered in the conversation of "who has the best flow" as he spits fire about his prowess between the sheets.
"People really think it's evil, when I put it up in the cerebral cortex, your bet is to know I am making galore chicks, wanna be giving me even more sex," raps Tech, switching up the flow with finesse. Ultimately, you might not enjoy some of Tech's gothic-inclined content, but "Stick It In" finds him going in over a more trap-inspired instrumental, rapping about something that's universally appreciated by the hip-hop community. The third verse closes things off with an insane flow scheme, and by the time you figure out what he just finished saying, it's already too late.
Then with a grin I begin to get in to the skin
With the pen then again I be winning a friend
Wanna spin Tech and 'em be the creme de la creme
With the gems look at him he pretends to be zen