Here’s a new visual from out of the Strange Music camp as they celebrate signing Murs as their latest artist. Follow along in the short visual as cameras document the Los Angeles native’s special day and take viewers into the studio with label mate Tech N9ne.
Tech N9ne unleashes his latest music video for the rock inspired track “Hiccup.” The energy packed visual finds the Strange Music rapper performing to the camera out on a runway and plane hanger while clips of a robbery at a convenience store plays out in reverse. Make sure to stick it out for the surprise ending which puts everything in perspective. “Hiccup” is featured on Tech N9ne’s new Therapy EP which released earlier this month.
Tech N9ne gives fans a behind the scenes look at his new music video for “Hiccup” which is featured on the artist’s new Therapy: Sessions With Ross Robinson EP. The rock infused track finds the Strange Music rapper giving an energetic performance to the camera as he performs from inside a plane hanger. Check out the sneak peek for the Anthony Devera directed visual and watch as Tech shares some commentary with viewers on how things came together.
HotNewHipHop catches up with Tech N9ne backstage on the set of SKEE Live. The Kansas City rapper speaks on his first time performing on television and his long-time motivation to infuse elements of Rock and Hip Hop together in his sound. Tech opens up to the camera about who he would like to collaborate with in the future and decides to name drop Eminem and Kanye West as two artists who are high on his list. Tech N9ne also explained to viewers that his signature face paint is in honor of his deceased friend, Brian Dennis, who was an important figure in getting his movement off the ground and more.
Kansas City’s Tech N9ne made his way to AXS TV for an exclusive interview on episode 16 of SKEE Live. The rapper shared with viewers his love for the horror film genre and revealed to DJ Skee that, Halloween 2, is in fact his favorite scary movie of all time. The witty host took the opportunity to try and give the rapper a scare with a secret extra who slowly crept up behind Tech in a full-on Michael Myers costume. As the conversation between the two entrepreneurs continued, Tech spoke on his early collaborations with the likes of JAY Z and Eminem along with a few others and revealed that DJ Skee was responsible for giving him the opportunity to make his television debut. TDE and Jay Rock were also topics of discussion as Tech N9ne explained how he had a major role in getting Jay Rock out of his contract with Warner Brothers which ultimately allowed the indie label to flourish and develop talents like Kendrick Lamar. Check out Tech as he spoke on his long-time working relationship with the Compton native and said his goodbyes to his fans with his signature Tech N9ne gun salute.
Hopsin who recently sat down for an exclusive interview with Hard Knock TV, tossed viewers a heads up when he mentioned that he was sitting on a collaborative joint with Tecn N9ne that was set to be featured on his upcoming Knock Madness project. As the young rapper gears up to release his latest offering on November 26, Hopsin decides to liberate the track and give fans a taste of what they can expect to hear. “Rip You Heart Out” finds both emcees showing off some tongue twisting lyricism as they demolish a menacing instrumental.
Just before Halloween, Tech N9ne decided to put on a show for fans in his hometown of Kansas City, MO and during his live set the Strange Music artist was laced with a special gift. With the music stopping in the middle of his performance, Tech was suddenly greeted by Travis and Nick Cannon on stage with a gold plaque for “Carbou Lou.” Take a look as cameras were rolling to capture the special moment as it went down in front of a packed venue full of fans.
DJ Vlad catches up with Kansas City’s Tech N9ne who shares details with viewers of how life was for the rapper following the death of Mac Dre. After the Bay Area legend was gunned down in Tech’s hometown, the rapper admits that he couldn’t go to Northern California. To make matters worse, Tech N9ne explains that at the time he was featured on an issue of Murder Dog Magazine’s with crazy red hair, a gun and a T-shirt that read Missouri across the front. The rapper also gets into details behind meeting Shock G the night before Mac Dre was killed in Salt Lake City, speaks on the gang culture in Kansas City and touches on the impact that blood gang members from San Diego had on his neighborhood after moving in.
Tech N9ne stays busy and working as he deliver a new single titled “Public School” which is set to be featured on his upcoming Therapy Sessions With Ross Robinson EP. Linking up with long-time friend and collaborator, Krizz Kaliko, Tech shares his disgust for the public school system and shares some of the experiences he went through as a kid. “Public School” infuses metal with Hip Hop and fans can look forward to hearing more as N9ne’s upcoming EP will feature music with Slipknot and Korn producer Ross Robinson, Lim Bizkit’s Wes Borland and Glassjaw’s Sammy Siegler. Therapy Sessions With Ross Robinson will feature 11 new songs and is set to be released on November 5.
Tech N9ne drops another visual off his new album Something Else with “Dwamn.” Combining “damn” and “wow,” Tech goes in over the Seven produced track and lets the ladies know just how much he appreciates a large derriere. N9ne takes viewers to the club for the hard-hitting track and is the life of the party with a stable of bad ones closely within the vicinity. Let’s just say Tech gets crazy in his latest music video and gives a feel good vibe for his latest offering.