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Weazel
Gepost door Weazel op donderdag 06-03-2008 om 00:48:40
Tech N9ne.

Er was volgens mij al een topic over deze rapper.
Maar die ging meer over een bepaalde cd van Tech9ne.
Dit topic is meer bedoeld over van alles en nog wat van deze clown.

Tech N9ne (geboren Aaron Dontez Yates in Kansas City, Missouri) is een Amerikaanse rapper.
Yates nam de naam Tech N9ne aan in 1988, waarbij hij verplicht werd de letters ne achter zijn naam te zetten.
Dit omdat Tech N9 de geregistreerde naam van een vuurwapen is. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tech_N9ne


Tech N9ne - Caribou Lou http://nl.youtube.com/watch?v=41BdMAbH2kc&feature=related

Tech N9ne - Einstein http://nl.youtube.com/watch?v=lFL14ungkQU&feature=related

Tech N9ne - Yeah Ya Can http://nl.youtube.com/watch?v=KcICf2z2NfY&feature=related

Tech N9ne - Be Warned http://nl.youtube.com/watch?v=13HtvoUqQAY&feature=related

Tech N9ne - Now It's On feat. Leejo Tek Nine http://nl.youtube.com/watch?v=NE9IeeQ-fqU&feature=related

Tech N9ne - Message To The Black Man http://nl.youtube.com/watch?v=uo6b78P_8VU&feature=related

Tech N9ne - Misery http://nl.youtube.com/watch?v=D3oIoLHvrBE&feature=related

Klik op dit plaatje om op ware grootte te zien.

Tech N9ne is known for his wide range of collaborations with other well-known artists, including 2Pac, Brotha Lynch Hung, E-40, C-Bo, D12, Kottonmouth Kings, Insane Clown Posse, Twiztid, Yukmouth, Bone Thugs-N-Harmony, (həd) p.e., Jurassic 5, Roger Troutman, and various others. In 1999, Tech N9ne was included on the track (and accompanying video) "The Anthem" from Sway & King Tech, two radio personalities based in California. The track and video featured Eminem, RZA, KRS-One, Chino XL, Pharoahe Monch, Xzibit, Kool G Rap, and Jayo Felony.

Tech N9ne - "Bout Ta' Bubble" http://nl.youtube.com/watch?v=RCZOyj4ZLHY&feature=related

Tech N9ne Fast Raps http://nl.youtube.com/watch?v=5b2rAfG7-hE&feature=related (snelle stukjes rap).

Brotha Lynch Hung, C-bo & Tech n9ne- 187 on a hook http://nl.youtube.com/watch?v=iwZSH0sVIjY&feature=related

Zijn meest recente album tot nu. Oud materiaal, soort van lost tape.

L2N
twezus
Gepost door L2N op donderdag 06-03-2008 om 00:50:57
ja hee waarom allemaal weer dezelfde muziek gaan luisteren fuck jullie echt... nou moet ik weer iemand vinden die nooit genoemd wordt

wel mooi topic weazel. ode naar tekka nina
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Arihasj
skip mijn eigen intro's
Gepost door Arihasj op donderdag 06-03-2008 om 10:27:24
de meeste tracks vind ik niet echt wat aan maar hij is zeker een dope mc.
Come Gangstah, Now it's on, Fan or Foe zijn mijn favo
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Wu, Tang, Wu, Tang, Wu, Tang, Wu, Tang
Wu, Tang, Wu, Tang, Wu, Tang, it's on your brain
Outshining Gepost door Outshining op donderdag 06-03-2008 om 10:44:44
Prijzenswaardig.
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Weazel
Gepost door Weazel op donderdag 06-03-2008 om 11:51:46
Ik ken Tech9ne van de soundtrack Gang Related.
Een film met mijn favo rapper en mijn favo B acteur, ghe he.

http://www.musicmeter.nl/album/32721 Er staat maar 1 nummer van hem op.
Maar de interesse was gewekt.
Die gast heeft een flow daar mag menig rapper jaloers op worden.
L2N
twezus
Gepost door L2N op donderdag 06-03-2008 om 12:07:16
alle rappers mogen er jaloers op zijn
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Weazel
Gepost door Weazel op donderdag 06-03-2008 om 12:16:17
Ik heb hem ook best hoog zitten hoor.
Ik wou eerst zeggen, geef hem de beste producers en dan....

Maar volgens mij kan die dat maar beter niet hebben.
Het zou hem alleen maar normaler maken.
Laat Tech9ne maar lekker aankloten met zijn Strange Music.
Jspr
Gepost door Jspr op donderdag 06-03-2008 om 12:17:52
Tech N9ne is 'n mannetje hoor. Dope shit, maar er waren 2 topics over hem. 1 over een album, en één over hem in het algemeen. Maar toch al tijden niet geupdate.


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Weazel
Gepost door Weazel op donderdag 06-03-2008 om 12:27:57
Tech N9ne Cuts http://nl.youtube.com/watch?v=-bb3V5jGZ5M&feature=related
Allemaal dope stukjes uit nummers van/met Tech9ne.

Edit: @ JSPR
Fresh Start, promoot die shit

Tech n9ne- killin it http://nl.youtube.com/watch?v=0TmAacl_wjw&feature=related

tech n9ne-hey muthafukas http://nl.youtube.com/watch?v=HcRNfOTvvNU&feature=related

Tech N9ne Psycho Bitch http://nl.youtube.com/watch?v=YqM4_EXBszI&feature=related
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L2N
twezus
Gepost door L2N op donderdag 06-03-2008 om 12:32:59
weazel mett de beste producers zou hij nog 10x doper zijn hoor. Alleeen hij is gewoon zo geskilled, die beats moeten moeten wel precies zo voor deze teksten. hij pakt zelf die flows. Dus op bv een beat zoals lean back ofzo. Zou hij zwaar andere flows erop bossen, gewoon mee met die melodie van de beat enz. Alleen kan ik me eigenlijk wel weer voorstellen dat niet iedereen in de club wil knallen met zn hoofd. Die shit van Riot music gaat daar over.

The song riot maker was made becouse hanalulu would not let tech n9ne go to concert with bone thugs in harmony,quote the samoens will riot out to tech n9nes music unquote,thous riotmaker.

Wel echt fokking gruwlijk.. Killers from everywhere listen to me when i be bussin shit haahaa zoo sarcastisch
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Weazel
Gepost door Weazel op donderdag 06-03-2008 om 16:20:01
Quote:
L2N schreef op 06-03-2008 @ 13:32
weazel mett de beste producers zou hij nog 10x doper zijn hoor.


Ik snap je.
Maar de producers die hij nu heeft complimenteren zijn flow ook goed.
Die gast spit tenslotte toch al over elk soort beat wat mogelijk is.

Tech N9ne Welcome To the Midwest http://nl.youtube.com/watch?v=5IEM6bM7mPQ&feature=related

Tech N9ne - Kansas City King http://nl.youtube.com/watch?v=4Pk2xeREBjI&feature=related

Tech N9ne- Come Gangsta http://nl.youtube.com/watch?v=nwtYacXFIFw&feature=related

Doopro
Gepost door Doopro op donderdag 06-03-2008 om 16:21:43
Tech N9ne - Absolute Power

behoort tot mn top5 van beste albums


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ik weet wat jij niet weet
L2N
twezus
Gepost door L2N op donderdag 06-03-2008 om 16:28:24
heeft niemand midwest choppers nog gedropt??




en deze een van me favorieten ook:

freaky shit
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Weazel
Gepost door Weazel op donderdag 06-03-2008 om 16:38:07
Midwest Choppers, de reden dat mijn Tech-verslaving weer volop bubbelt
Doopro
Gepost door Doopro op donderdag 06-03-2008 om 16:44:42
midwest choppers is zeker heeeel ill
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ik weet wat jij niet weet
Iminic
DE LAUWREAAT
Gepost door Iminic op donderdag 06-03-2008 om 16:50:45
Hehe, dat refrein van die 2de van L2 is humor, tekst ook.

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Mistletoe in my backpocket: kiss my ass. - Rocknesssss
Jspr
Gepost door Jspr op donderdag 06-03-2008 om 16:54:54


en ik ga nog een track uppen dies ook te sick.
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Thomas
: 9
Gepost door Thomas op donderdag 06-03-2008 om 16:56:36
pff tech n9ne is te sick man, heb alleen nog wat weinig tracks van m op mn pc staan......
Jspr
Gepost door Jspr op donderdag 06-03-2008 om 16:57:41
In de andere topics over hem staan mixtapes dacht ik.
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Thomas
: 9
Gepost door Thomas op donderdag 06-03-2008 om 17:00:53
ait ff checke dan, niet outdated?
Jspr
Gepost door Jspr op donderdag 06-03-2008 om 17:02:12
Jawel, helaas.
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Thomas
: 9
Gepost door Thomas op donderdag 06-03-2008 om 17:02:40
mn inbox is aardig leeg, hmm
Weazel
Gepost door Weazel op donderdag 06-03-2008 om 17:15:37
Tech9ne zit ook bij The Regime.
Heb net wat nummers gedropt bij https://forum.nlhiphop.nl/showtopic.php?id=21513&m=30&p=12#808258
Veel mixtape materiaal, dope.

Nog wat Tech nummers.

Tech N9ne - I Can Feel It - http://nl.youtube.com/watch?v=STj0_9RP7x0&feature=related

Tech N9ne - Fan Or Foe - http://nl.youtube.com/watch?v=uNDAZ2hwk1Y&feature=related

Tech N9ne - P.A.S.E.O. http://nl.youtube.com/watch?v=qrrn8lOLlns&feature=related
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L2N
twezus
Gepost door L2N op vrijdag 07-03-2008 om 12:20:44
We Can Sang Or We Can Bang
It Aint No Game We Untamed
Whether Its Fame Or We Can Aim
Release Your Brains It Aint No Thang
Midwest Choppers
Your Insane
We Livin In Pain
And It's A Shame That You Came And Got Drained
And Listen Mayn Stay In Your Lane!!!!
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Weazel
Gepost door Weazel op vrijdag 07-03-2008 om 15:38:42
En bedankt L2N.
Zit dat nummer weer in me kop!

(Had vandaag net ff geen Tech9ne geluisterd).
Zet het er nu maar weer even op.
L2N
twezus
Gepost door L2N op zaterdag 08-03-2008 om 02:11:11


jaja deze is king! ofnee queen
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Outshining Gepost door Outshining op zaterdag 08-03-2008 om 03:15:36


Imma tell is zo..
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Weazel
Gepost door Weazel op vrijdag 23-05-2008 om 14:51:11
Tech N9ne-Earthquake http://nl.youtube.com/watch?v=_Quc3C58SxQ&feature=related

Tech N9ne - I Can Get grim http://nl.youtube.com/watch?v=m67Pyib-enc&feature=related

Tech N9ne & Tha Rellez - So What Chu' Tellin' Me http://nl.youtube.com/watch?v=HSWu1JpcoHA&feature=related

Tech N9ne - 7 Sins http://nl.youtube.com/watch?v=hQnmfGsDd94&feature=related

Tech N9ne - Big Bad Wolf http://nl.youtube.com/watch?v=DIaJrBqeI8A&feature=related

Tech N9ne - Relish http://nl.youtube.com/watch?v=BYS546gumoI&feature=related

Tech N9ne - The Virus http://nl.youtube.com/watch?v=ElSx2ld2nBY&feature=related

Weazel
Gepost door Weazel op woensdag 02-07-2008 om 12:58:35
Een link naar een topic van een nieuwe cd van Tech9ne
https://forum.nlhiphop.nl/showtopic.php?id=26969
Manuz
Zet die beat op repeat
Gepost door Manuz op vrijdag 04-07-2008 om 11:37:13
Luister het nummer Caribou Lou

Hij heeft het daar over een drankje:
bacardi 151 rum met ananassap en malibu.

heb wel zin om dit eens te maken maar weet iemand waar je Bacardi 151 kan kopen hier in NL? heb gehoord dat het hier bijna nergens te krijgen is ivm hoog alcoholpercentage.

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Jspr schreef op 02-04-2009 @ 16:33:26
"Aight, nouja dio en opposites is te gek aangezien ik dan toch al vrij lam rondwandel, en shit als mn nikies enzo is gewoon supertof dan."
L2N
twezus
Gepost door L2N op vrijdag 04-07-2008 om 11:40:47


151 Rum, Pineapple juice and Malibu. Caribou get dem all numb. Make baby girl cum, out of her shell and raise hell. Donít stop till the cops come. BRRRRAAAPPPPPP
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Manuz
Zet die beat op repeat
Gepost door Manuz op vrijdag 04-07-2008 om 11:43:01
JA DIE!!
HEHE
wel eens gehad?
ik wil die shit proeven man
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Jspr schreef op 02-04-2009 @ 16:33:26
"Aight, nouja dio en opposites is te gek aangezien ik dan toch al vrij lam rondwandel, en shit als mn nikies enzo is gewoon supertof dan."
Teh_Jordy
brr
Gepost door Teh_Jordy op vrijdag 04-07-2008 om 11:57:45
daarvan ging die natalie hollaway toch zo 'numb'

^^
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-soul khan
L2N
twezus
Gepost door L2N op vrijdag 04-07-2008 om 12:07:44
tech nine heeft haar ook eigenlijk in de zee gepleurd. maar een mattie van hem joran van der sloot... heeft hetopzich genomen... maarreh manuz ik heb het ook nog niet gedronken... moet wel vindik al 9e liefhebber. hehe er staatr wel zelfs op die fles. Warning Flammable
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Nickert
boss
Gepost door Nickert op vrijdag 04-07-2008 om 12:16:37
Een vriend van me kwam een keer daarmee aan. Maar ik ben niet zo van de sterke drank en vond het ook niet lekker. Je bent wel snel kort met dit.
L2N
twezus
Gepost door L2N op vrijdag 04-07-2008 om 12:19:00
151 Rum, Pineapple juice and Malibu. Caribou get Nickert numb. Make baby Nickert cum, out of his shell and raise hell. Donít stop till the cops come. brrrappp
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Nickert
boss
Gepost door Nickert op vrijdag 04-07-2008 om 12:23:23
Prrrrrrrrrrrrttttttttttttttttt!!!!!111!!!!
Iminic
DE LAUWREAAT
Gepost door Iminic op vrijdag 04-07-2008 om 12:25:56
Ja, stom dat ze die ish niet verkopen in Nederland :p
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It's a celebration, bitches, I just got back.
Mistletoe in my backpocket: kiss my ass. - Rocknesssss
L2N
twezus
Gepost door L2N op vrijdag 04-07-2008 om 12:27:15
jongens trouwens he... vinden jullie paul wall niet keihard komen in die track getta fuck outta here?
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Nickert
boss
Gepost door Nickert op vrijdag 04-07-2008 om 12:28:52
http://whiskykopen.nl/shop/overige-dranken/rum/product:1226/bacardi-151-proof-75-5.html

voor de liefhebbers
L2N
twezus
Gepost door L2N op vrijdag 04-07-2008 om 12:41:05
37 euro valt best mee.. dan dus looza ananas en malibu. mischien 50 euro kan je 25 caribou lou's maken
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n00t
Gepost door n00t op vrijdag 04-07-2008 om 12:58:04
ga is ontopic, beunhazen

cd wordt steeds vetter!

check Too Much, I Love You But Fuck You, persoonlijk mijn favorieten

Julile?
Manuz
Zet die beat op repeat
Gepost door Manuz op vrijdag 04-07-2008 om 13:11:44
is maar een liter he. wel duur dus. maar ja.. zou t betrouwbaar zijn?

check deze link voor recept
http://www.drinksmixer.com/drink1124.html

dus als je zon 1 L fles haalt, moet je 0,7 L Malibu en 3 L ananassap hebben

37 euro voor de Bacardi, 14 voor de Malibu en 4 voor de ananassap = 55 euro :|
en dan heb je dus 4,7 L mix.
4700 mL / 250 mL = ongeveer 20 glazen.
Best nog wel veel dan...
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Jspr schreef op 02-04-2009 @ 16:33:26
"Aight, nouja dio en opposites is te gek aangezien ik dan toch al vrij lam rondwandel, en shit als mn nikies enzo is gewoon supertof dan."
L2N
twezus
Gepost door L2N op vrijdag 04-07-2008 om 13:12:52
like yeah. wheaties. everybody move. get tha fuck outta here, the waitress , blackboy , pillow talkin , hope for a higher power , worst case (skit) , psycho bitch II ,

bijna heel cd 1 zoiezo cd 2 ook veeeel toppers iets minder maar geen zin meer om te tjekken welke nou ik luister altijd op me ipod gewoon alles in iedergeval
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Zjoerd
Gepost door Zjoerd op vrijdag 04-07-2008 om 13:13:17
https://forum.nlhiphop.nl/showtopic.php?id=18554
Manuz
Zet die beat op repeat
Gepost door Manuz op vrijdag 04-07-2008 om 13:13:19
Ik vind cd 2 wel beetje tegenvallen, om ontopic te blijven
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Jspr schreef op 02-04-2009 @ 16:33:26
"Aight, nouja dio en opposites is te gek aangezien ik dan toch al vrij lam rondwandel, en shit als mn nikies enzo is gewoon supertof dan."
L2N
twezus
Gepost door L2N op vrijdag 04-07-2008 om 13:15:42
met hits zoals 7 words? sexorcist.. I am everything. tech n9ne is superbaas.
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Weazel
Gepost door Weazel op vrijdag 04-07-2008 om 15:49:24
http://therealtechn9ne.com/ Tssyeaaah!!!
http://www.myspace.com/techn9ne Tssyeaaah!!!



Weazel
Gepost door Weazel op vrijdag 25-07-2008 om 14:21:29
Uitgebreid interview met Tech9ne door Dubcnn.
http://www.dubcnn.com/index2.shtml
Deze site gaat grotendeels over West Coast rappers.
Maar ze besteden ook aandacht aan lijpe rappers als Tech




Dubcnn: We're right here with the one and only Tech N9ne on dubcnn. Kansas City is in the house, what's going on Tech?

I'm kickin' it like a donkey man, you know? Getting ready for the release of "Killer" man, I can't wait!


Dubcnn: You usually got some pretty trippy album covers, from "Anghellic" to "Absolute Power".

*laughs*


Dubcnn: Now the new "Killer" cover is right up there with them. Who came up with the "Thriller" concept or even the title for the album?

I do man, I come up with all the concepts for my music and all the concepts for the album, artwork, all that, you know what I'm sizzlin? What I was trying to say was, I wanted to use Michael Jackson's "Thriller" cause it was the highest top selling album in the history, 50 million copies, so I was just trying to say that "Killer" was going to be my highest selling rap album.


Dubcnn: I recently read that with "Killer", you will most likely be breaking the 1 million records sold mark, independently. How do you feel about that?

It's gonna happen, it's inevitable! My fans are with me, they're loyal. It's gonna happen sooner than later. It's a wonderful thing, I got real high hopes for "Killer" album, I put all of me into it. For "Everready" I put a lot of me into it too, but I think it's even better than that. It just keeps on getting better. When you think of "Everready" you think of "The Rain", you think of "My World" with Brotha Lynch Hung, you think of "Come Gangsta", "Welcome To The Mid-West". There's no way that it can get better than that, but this time, we did it again! I got songs like "Why U Ain't Call Me", "One Good Time", "Hope For A Higher Power", "Cry Baby", "Like Yeah", "Everybody Move", it's going man! So we're gonna hit that million sold mark sooner than later, bro.


Dubcnn: I take it the rumours of "Killer" being your last album are complete bullshit right?

*laughs*


Dubcnn: I mean I heard the Intro and I was tripping for a second but then...

That's what it was supposed to do! It was supposed to make people trip out who love my music, but in actuality it's a scary thought because that's where my head is at! But rap being in my bones like that and in my blood, I don't think I can just leave like that and leave everybody hanging, cause a lot of people are still being turned on by Tech N9ne and a lot of people don't know, because they don't see me on TV everyday, they don't hear me on the radio everyday or at all.

A lot of people who ain't never got a whiff of Tech N9ne don't even know they're Tech N9ne fans, so I gotta do everything in my power to get the world on Tech N9ne and not just 400,000 people. It's got to be more, we gotta get the rest of the world. So this being my last album truly I wish I could just chill with my children on an island somewhere, but time won't permit that, I gotta keep moving. That's what it is.


Dubcnn: What made you want to turn the new album into a double disc?

Because it's like, I've been doing a whole lot of living and I write about my life man. I write my life and I had to tell everything, from beginning to end. Travis kept feeding me beats and initially I had 19 beats chosen. When I got through those, Travis sent me new beats! I was like "Dude, you can't keep giving me hot shit! I'ma keep writing!" This is my life, I got a lot to say homie! He gave me 32 tracks, so I did 32 tracks! I ain't just writing songs to be writing them, I'm writing real scheisse here homie. What can I do if the nigga gave me 32 tracks, I gotta spit that! That's how it happened. He kept feeding them to me so I had to keep executing them.


Dubcnn: It seems like you really touch on everything on this record, from paryting, to self reflecting music to just hardcore rhyming. What situations in life influenced you to write the songs on the new album?

I wrote "Psycho Bitch 2". The first "Psycho Bitch" came out 2001 on "Anghellic" so it's like, for me to write "Psycho Bitch 2", that means I'm still dealing with psycho bitches! Now I'm girl crazy, so I'm dealing with women, that's what I do. Then dealing with women, you encounter psycho bitches, you know what I'm sizzlin'? Therefore, I'm gonna write about them and situations make me write. I tell people that I don't believe in writer's block, I think the key to overcome writer's block is to read something or have something happen to your ass. Go out and do something, have something happen to your ass. I got a lot of shit happening to me, so that's what I write!


Dubcnn: Is the song "Love You But Fuck You" based on a true story?

All of it! It's true situations! My third verse is about my wife.


Dubcnn: Yeah I was just listening to that like is that for real?

Yeah, man. It's for real like a muthafucka! She ain't heard it yet but she ain't gonna like it too much. But I got love for her, we just went through a real bad time last Christmas and I had to write it! The second verse is about fans, a father and a daughter, that followed my tour but they wasn't really father and daughter they was boyfriend and girlfriend. Crazy shit man going on around me. The first verse is about Kutt Calhoun's ex-girlfriend, she's my sister. We had a disagreement because she felt like... it's a long story man, but it's all true stories. Everything I write is not fabricated, I don't put it on steroids or nothing, it's the reality, it's my life.


Dubcnn: One of my favorites on the album is "Why You Ain't Call Me?". What pushed you to make that record?

Oh my god! That's one of my favorites too, cause I've been wanting to say it for a long time! Being an independent artist that tours a lot, you run into a lot of mainstream artists. You might have to do a summer jam with Twista or you might have to do shows with Ludacris or be on a Jay-Z tour, or...


Dubcnn: T.I. and Keyshia Cole.

Exactly, exactly! So that being said, you encounter some people and a lot of them are cool as hell and they know that you got the heat! Album after album, they come out and nobody ever calls you. Like damn, they come up to you while you on the tour like "I love your music bla bla bla", and it's like "Okay nigga, show me! Put me on one them tracks, nigga! One of them big hits that you got!" You gotta look at it this way, they got niggas that's just getting out of jail, they ain't trying to help no other nigga they don't know from Kansas City. But at the same time, it's just me asking as a MC, "Why you ain't call me?", I'm cool now but it would have been easier for me in the past. I ain't bitching or crying, I'm just asking like nigga why you ain't call me? You know I got the heat! That's all I was saying.


Dubcnn: So your problem is more with the artists and the industry not paying you the respect you deserve, rather than with the fans?

Totally man. The fans pay a lot of respect. I've come in contact with a lot of MC's on many levels and all of them showed me love for real, so I ain't really salty at all. But I just had to let them know that it was on my mind, cause I speak my mind. So if I tour with Jay-Z for 27 shows, I'm thinking that after that maybe you'll hit a nigga up like "Tech, I got this idea, let's do a song!" Just shit like that man, but I ain't really on nothing for real, I'm just letting niggas know what's on my mind.


Dubcnn: Then on the song "Crybaby", you make fun of all the rappers complaining about the state of Hip-Hop, saying you love the state of Hip-Hop right now. Where does that fit in with you saying you don't get the props you deserve?

I'm not talking me, I'm talking about cats that's already out here crying about Soulja Boy, crying about Shawty Lo, crying about all the cats they see and hear on TV or on the radio. That ain't got nothing to do with me, I'm on the outside looking in, I ain't in their world. I'm saying that I'm listening to all these niggas crying about what's on the radio, and it's funny cause if that was me in the same position as some of the multi million dollar rap acts, I wouldn't even speak bad on nobody like Soulja Boy, I wouldn't!

I'd be proud that a young black brother is making it out of the ghetto, that's what I would be proud about! His kids are gonna be rich and maybe their kids are gonna be rich! I congratulate, I know that a lot of rappers don't do what I do, so it's like I ain't gonna go cry about it like "Oh they can't outrap me and I'm not even on TV or on the radio!" I ain't gonna do that! That's what "Cry Baby" is about, nigga stop crying, go get your money, it's money out here for all of us!


Dubcnn: I feel you. You were saying that with this album, you're trying to get even bigger. But is breaking into the mainstream even something that you'd want to achieve? I mean you have a loyal fanbase that supports your every move, do you really need bandwagon fans who'd hop on for an album or two before moving on to something else?

Let me tell you something about me. The thing about Tech N9ne is, since I've started I've been getting my music to the rest of the world. The reason why we say "Fuck the industry" is because the industry won't take chances with new music, people like myself. The object is to get the music to the rest of the world, not just who got it right now. My music is supposed to be for everybody, so when they say mainstream, they talk about it like it's a bad thing! But why would it be a bad thing for somebody as raw and real as myself and as pure as myself to offer myself? So that's what it's all about.

When we say "Fuck the industry", we're talking about the people who run the machine, the machine that dictates what's on TV and what's on the radio. So that's what it's all about. It's about Tech N9ne getting to the rest of the world, the object is to get me everywhere, because I am something that's pure. They say "Oh Tech N9ne is probably gonna go mainstream", but what would the mainstream be with a bit of Tech N9ne, a bit of pure, raw, uncut talent?

Not saying that it ain't pure, raw, uncut talent out there, cause you got Eminem out there, you got Kanye out there and so on and so forth, but this is even different than that. This is me being all the way inside out, not hiding anything from anybody, speaking what I know 100%. I can stand behind that 130%. So it's about getting it to the rest of the world. Yeah my fans are loyal, but my fans, all of them don't even know that they know about me, because Tech N9ne is for the world, not just for the 400,000 people that listen to me at this moment. It's for them and it's for billions more that don't even know.


Dubcnn: Could you see yourself signing to a major label?

*laughs* I mean, we're Strange Music, they're gonna have to offer me and Travis a whole bunch of money before I sign, I'll tell you that! What we built is priceless. You might have to ask Travis O'Guin that question, because nigga I'm talking about they're gonna have to offer us sooo much money! Cause what we've built thus far, I can't even tell you! So I gotta laugh at that, we're good where we are right now and until somebody starts talking billions, then maybe we'll start talking about that.


Dubcnn: Can we expect a video off "Killer"?

Totally. We're first shooting "Everybody Move", then we're gonna shoot "Like Yeah", then we're gonna shoot "One Good Time" and then we're gonna see what we're gonna shoot after that!


Dubcnn: You have a couple of legends featured on the album, Ice Cube, Scarface and Brotha J. Let's start with Ice Cube, how did you connect with him and Brother J for "Black Boy"?

Oh my god! I've been a fan of Ice Cube for years. I'm talking about like I patterned my first rhyme after him, I've been a Ice Cube fan for years. To be able to hook up with Robert Redd over there at Lench Mob Records and have him hook us up with Ice Cube like that man, it was a blessing. And having Ron Spaulding and the people over at Fontana hook me up with Scarface, it was blessing, I've been a Scarface fan since day one, since the Geto Boys. It's like, to have both of those pioneers on my album meant a lot to me, that they respected my music enough to take the time out of their busy schedules to do that for me. I adore them for hat forever and I'm forever indebted to them.


Dubcnn: On "Killer", you bring us the second chapter to "Psycho Bitch. I had heard that Brotha Lynch Hung was supposed to be featured on it, what happened to that?

I guess Brotha Lynch got real busy man. We sent it to him and he got it, but I think he's been going through a lot of legal stuff back home, I don't know the story. But as you know, us at Strange Music, we gotta move! So when we send something, we only got a certain amount of time to wait. I did this whole album in a month!


Dubcnn: 32 tracks in a month?

Yes man, I don't know how I did it but we did it in a month! So if somebody gets too busy and can't send it back, we gotta keep moving to the next thing. I really love Brotha Lynch Hung and his skill, I think his skills can't be fuckin' matched, that boy is sick with it, that boy is.. man I have no words! I know when a nigga can rap, I know when a nigga can go, like T-Nutty or any of them cats, I'm talking about real go with verbal play, wordplay. Lynch Hung, that boy is nuts! I would have loved to have him on "Psycho Bitch 2" cause that would have surprised the hell out of my fans cause they love us together!


Dubcnn: How about a Tech N9ne and Brotha Lynch album?

Yeah man. I want him to do Nnutt Howze with me! This is my wish list for Nnutt Howze: Tech N9ne, Brotha Lynch, Eminem and a female rapper by the name of Sundae. She's from Atlanta but resides in Kansas City. I haven't seen her in years but that would be my wish list man, for us to do a group called Nnutt Howze. That's like four crazy muthafuckas together, Lynch Hung is one of the ones that could pull it off, I know he can! I know Eminem could pull it off, and I know Sundae could! A lot of ya'll probably don't know who Sundae is, look her up she's sick!


Dubcnn: If you were to recreate Nnutt Howze, would it involve your old partner IcyRoc?

Ahh, I don't know! I don't know man. The only way IcyRoc would be involved is if he can give me the sound that I'm looking for. That's nothing personal, but Nnutt Howze is gonna have to be something astronomical! Usually, when niggas have astronomical beats, I'm working with them. If niggas can't show me something astronomical that can move me, Nnutt Howze wise, I don't give a fuck if you helped come up with the name or was a part of the group Nnutt Howze. If you ain't up to par, nigga I'm not fucking with it. Love it or hate it!

It's not about a friend thing or a family thing when it comes to me working with music, it has something to do with talent. IcyRoc got talent, if he can get me some more "This Ring", "It's Alive" and "T9X"'s, we can possibly do some more music. But until anybody from my past shows me that they got the heat, then it's beyond this world, because the shit that I choose beat-wise, if you listen to "Everybody Move", "Like Yeah", "One Good Time", "Cry Baby" and all that, all the beats I chose them! That's what I feel is the scheisse right now. It's like, you got to have it, especially doing something called Nnutt Howze. If you got a name like Nnutt Howze, it can't be vintage! It could be vintage mixed with a lot of futuristic shit, but it's got to be something that people ain't never heard before. So if IcyRoc got that, then we'll work. If not, we won't.


Dubcnn: I heard you were also planning on re-doing "Stamina", is that something that you're still planning?

Nah. I was gonna do "Stamina Part 2" but it makes no sense! I tried it a long time ago, it was stupid! *raps Stamina* Nothing would be better than "Stamina, I'll be damn, If I'll ever be, Took away by the demons, I'll never be what 's the weather, When I bust a rhythm I come, With the heater cleverly, Nigga nothin' will never be, So killa , flowzilla, gorilla, If flow was a felony I'de be, In a line hella doing time, For the (click, click) TECH N9NE!" I don't give a fuck even if I just went super fast *raps super fast* No, man! It's just stupid! I tried it and it wasn't right. I tried to do it for "Absolute Power" and I was like "Nah, this ain't right". You can hear hints of it in "Like Yeah" with the beat and shit like that. You just gotta catch it! But I don't think I'll be doing "Stamina 2", I tried it and it was wack!


Dubcnn: Did the early leakage of the album piss you off? I know you've been very vocal about supporting downloading, because good music is going to sell anyway. How did you feel about "Killer" leaking online?

Man, I didn't give a fuck! Travis and them did, and I understand why they got upset, but for real, my fans love my music and I got a lot to offer. We give a lot on purpose. All these muthafuckas that downloaded my shit, they're gonna buy it man! They're gonna wanna know who's on the song, they're gonna wanna know what the rest of the artwork looks like and all that kinda shit. And they gonna wanna buy the 3 songs that didn't go on it that we had to give to retail! The title track "Killer" is not on the album, we took it off to give it to Best Buy, FYE or whatever. Another song called "Get Your Attention" that's a club hit like a muthafucka ain't on there, and "Smoke Something", which we released earlier. They're gonna want those. I wasn't pissed at all when it leaked, they loved my shit and I love them for loving it.


Dubcnn: Man I wanna go back in time with you for a minute. The first time I heard your music was on the "Gang Related" soundtrack on the QD3 produced track "Questions". How did you end up being on that soundtrack?

That was because I did a deal with Quincy Jones in 1997, and in '98 they hooked me up with Suge Knight and Death Row, QD3 did. Suge Knight and the people at Death Row heard the song that me and QD3 did called "Questions" and they remastered the album. The album was already mastered ready to go out without my song on it! Then they heard my song and Suge made them remaster it. From jail, too! So they remastered it to put our song on it, I loved big Suge for that! That's how people got to know me worldwide for the first time.


Dubcnn: What about QD3, is there any chance of hearing you on some smooth QD3 beats again in future?

I hope so! I hope so, I hope so.


Dubcnn: I'd like to know how you first got into making music. Obviously, it's something that's in your heart as your music is truly original. However, who were your music influences when you were coming up?

Ice Cube, anything NWA was my influence back in the day. Public Enemy, Mantronix, Just Ice, Eric B and Rakim, Boogie Down Productions, KRS One, the old school man! I'm a old school head and they taught me how to do power music!


Dubcnn: You've done a lot of songs about all kinds of different drugs. How different do you think your music would be if you never took any drugs?

I think I wouldn't have touched a lot of people man. My imperfections, they touch a lot of people. When I was doing Ecstasy and I almost died... I mean maybe they didn't try to do 15 pills, but I did, and I almost died. I spoke about it and I told them don't try this at home. I was just a part of my life that I had to speak about. But without it, I probably wouldn't have touched a lot of my hippie ass fans!


Dubcnn: I was about to ask you what the wildest shit was that you experienced while under the influence but I think you just gave it away. *laughs*

*laughs* Hahaaa!


Dubcnn: I don't think you could top that.

Man, come on. Fuckin' in the hotel lobbies and shit, getting kicked out of hotels for fuckin' in the sauna and shit like that. I was a bad boy man. You're liable to get off the elevator on my floor and see me in the middle of the hallway having sex with a bitch, when I got a bed in there! What sense does that make? I was going all out man, and the fire escapes in the hotel rooms! I'm talking about for real man, giving bitches rug burns and shit.


Dubcnn: I get the picture. Something that's always brought up when talking about Tech N9ne is the 2Pac song "Thugs Get Lonely Too". What's the correct story behind that track? From what I heard, 'Pac had asked QD3 to put you on the song before he died?

Well, I was working with QD3 and of course, he did music with 2Pac. He did "To Live & Die In L.A." and all that kind of stuff. While he was working with 'Pac, before his death, QD3 always said that 'Pac loved what I did. I had met 'Pac in '92 at the Hilton in Atlanta and I saw him again when I moved to L.A. in '93 doing shit with Jimmy Jam and Terry Louis, I saw him a lot during that summer.

We never got to work with each other though. When I started working with QD3, he told "Pac always wanted to work with you!" When he died, they called me not too long after that and said asked me "Do you want to do a song with Pac?" I was like "What do you mean?" They told me they had a song called "Thugz Get Lonely Too" and wanted me on a verse. I told them I would be honored to do it and then I think it came out like on Makaveli 5 or whatever.


Dubcnn: I believe you had a collaboration with Snoop Dogg and Crooked I called "Crookz N Doggz", which never got properly released. When was that recorded?

I don't even remember nothing like that! I think that's something the fans put together!


Dubcnn: I had a interview with Crooked I a few years ago and he actually talked about that song.

I must've done too many drugs, cause I always wanted to work with Crooked I man and I don't recall working with him! *asks someone* Did I do something with Crooked I man? I would've known that! Because we met through the Wake Up Show! I don't remember ever doing something with him! That sounds so familiar though, "Crooks & Doggs", so familiar!


Dubcnn: I know I heard it before and I remember Crooked I talking about it. *pulls up interview with Crooked I from '03* I asked him "I'd really like to hear you with Tech N9ne, I think you and him would spit some fire together", and he said "I did a song with Tech N9ne where he did the hook, I did a rap and Snoop Dogg did a rap, produced by King Tech from Sway & Tech."

Ohh, then that's probably what they did! They probably just put one of the verses I dropped on the track and never told me! Yeah man, cause I was doing music with King Tech and them for a minute, I was dropping verses, you know? Shit, they probably just used my voice or something, I don't care though that's dope!


Dubcnn: You named Crooked I as one of the MC's you'd pick for "World War III" rap battle type situation in a MTV interview, can we expect you and him to collaborate in future?

I hope so, brother! I'm gonna collaborate with a lot of folks man, so everybody gets to know who I am! Crooked I would be one of them, I would love to do music with him. He's insanely dope.


Dubcnn: Another artist you had picked was Chino XL. Chino was also featured in the T9X Documentary, but so far the Wake Up Show anthem has been the only collaboration. Is there anything planned for the future?

Nah ain't nothing planned, but those are the cats that can go. Everybody I named on that MTV thing you can bet I ain't just come off the top of the head and named them. Nah, these are cats that I've met throughout my career, that I know can go lyrically, wordplay and everything. Those niggas are beasts. Those two cats that you just named, Crooked I and Chino XL, they fit that description.


Dubcnn: Back when you guys did the "Wake Up Show" anthem, did you expect Eminem to become as big as he did?

Yes I did! I knew his style was not like anybody else's. I had never heard anybody rap like that, rhyming words like that! He was the king of wordplay man! *raps Eminem's verse from the Wake Up Show Anthem* You know what I'm saying? That's the first thing I heard him say and it fucked my head up! We got our deals at the same time, he signed with Dre and I signed with Quincy Jones, it's just that I signed something a little bit different. *laughs*


Dubcnn: I know he was supposed to jump on the song "My World" with you and Brotha Lynch, how come that never materialized?

He was going through a lot of things at the time man, we couldn't get him on the song.


Dubcnn: That was when Proof died right?

Yeah, Proof had died, him and Kim had broken up, a lot of things. I got to feel that, you can't be mad at nothing like that. His life was in shambles, why the hell would he wanna work and do any kind of music. The muthafucka is a fuckin' multi-millionaire, so I understand. Everything has its time and everything is meant. If it's meant to happen, it will happen.
Until then, I can't dictate, I can't say if I'll ever work with the guy, but I'd love to, I love to work with muthafuckas that are equally talented. I'd love to do work with Lil Wayne too, even though some of my fans put us against each other, when we can not be compared! But it's like, I love greatness and those people that are great, only time will tell and I shall be in the midst of all those other great artists.


Dubcnn: Now a crew that you've been involved with for years is The Regime, with Yukmouth. A Regime album has been long overdue, I heard Yuk is planning on putting out an album called "Regime - Dragon Gang", will you be involved in that?

I don't know, I ain't never heard about that! But if it's got anything to do with the Regime, I will be there!


Dubcnn: How come there haven't been more Regime tracks done over the last years?

Because whenever you put two bosses together, it's gonna be hard to get them in the same spot at the same time, all the time! While he's in Japan, I might be in Denmark or something! We're working, we're moving, that's why we linked cause we're both bosses and game recognize game! He taught me how to move!


Dubcnn: What was going through your mind when you did that verse on his "Godzilla" album where you went like "I'm sick, as a muthafucka, bitch you a muthafucka" you know what I'm talking about?

*raps* I'ma kill you muthafuckas, it's a muthafuckin' shame how the muthafucka came grabbed my muthufuckin name and get to blowin' out ya muthafuckin brains!


Dubcnn: That's the one I'm talking about!

*laughs* What was going through my head was the word muthafucka! Ahahahaha. That's what that beat made me want to do!


Dubcnn: When I heard that I was like man, this dude is out of here.

*laughs* Yeah I love that man! I'm glad Yuk loved it enough to use it! Because I was just busting some shit, using muthafucka in a different way, using it to death! *laughs* Muthafuckas who hate me, muthafuck you! *laughs*


Dubcnn: How much old unreleased Tech N9ne music is still locked in the vaults from the early 90's?

Shit, if I could count them, I'd tell you brother! I mean, they're gonna hit the surface, real soon.


Dubcnn: Is that right?

Yeah, man! We got a lot of shit, IcyRoc got a lot of shit.


Dubcnn: I was about to ask you about IcyRoc, he probably got a gang of shit in the vaults!

Yeah, we was doing music man! Only they could tell you that. IcyRoc got a lot, Don Juan got a lot, Black Walt got some shit... Whoever I did music with, QD3 got some shit, you name it! I'm out there, man!


Dubcnn: I know you've been asked this a lot before, but I gotta ask it again. With Don Juan, is there any chance of you and him settling your differences and making music again?

Fuck nah! Fuck nah! That's just how I feel right now man. Fuck no. I'm still holding a grudge. It's all good, much love to the brother, but fuck no!


Dubcnn: What about Vell Bakardy?

Fuck nah! He's crazy, I don't want to work with crazy people, I'm crazy enough myself! Fuck no. Fuck no I won't work with Don Juan, fuck no I won't work with Vell Bakardy. It ain't nothing personal - well it is something personal. I let it all go, I'm trying to go forward not backwards, yaddadamean!


Dubcnn: A producer who you worked with frequently on earlier albums was Ronnz from Berlin, you did some great music to his beats, are you still in touch with him?

No, I don't know! They said he had to get a job or something and he had to stop doing music and dissapeared! Now I'm hearing that he's looking for me, but I ain't hard to find! Let's do it Ronnz, where you at bro?


Dubcnn: Krizz Kaliko's album "Virtiligo" recently dropped, how has the feedback to that been so far?

Man he's been selling out the through the roof, they're loving it! It's being received real well man, real well. It's a wonderful album and I'm glad that I was able to be a part of it and put it out man!


Dubcnn: Are you guys still planning the Kabosh group project with a full band?

We're totally planning to do Kabosh and it will happen. We just gotta find the time... Here's the thing: we have to get a total band! Not just one band and tell them to play what we're thinking. Nah, we got to get real good musicians and it has to be a certain stipulation that I don't wanna really release just yet, cause the stipulation might cause a lot of drama. It's gonna be controversial, put it like that.
I got a couple of drummers in mind, I haven't found a bass guitar or a lead guitar yet, we're trying to find keyboard players, more drummers, violin players, we're trying to go all the way man! Thus far, we just got a couple of drummers in mind. So we got a way to go, hopefully we can do this quick! We keep running into folks that say they wanna be a part of it, so we're still gonna do it, it's just about having the time to find a band and put it together, you know?


Dubcnn: I'm sure when it's right, it's gonna happen! What's the current status on Strange Music, I heard you signed Ill Bill to the label?

Yeah that's what we're doing man! It's not final yet, but that's our newest recruit. I'm very proud to have him on our team, everything that comes with Ill Bill is lyrical, everybody that comes with Ill Bill is lyrical. So I'm proud to even have that caliber of a MC on our label, you feel me?


Dubcnn: When can we expect Ill Bill's "The Hour Of Reprisal" album to come out?

I don't know, we had to push it back a couple of times because of legal work on their end. Soon after that, you're gonna get it immediately, cause the album is done, my friend!


Dubcnn: Will Liquid Assassin's solo album be dropping through Strange Music?

I hope so! I told him to submit it to me and Travis as soon as he finishes it and then we're gonna check it out! Of course, he's family so he gets first dibs!


Dubcnn: I know Twista was supposed to be on the "Welcome To The Midwest" track but didn't end up being on it. However, you guys collaborated on Prozak's album together, can we expect more tracks from Twista and Tecca Nina in future?

I hope so man, I think me and him could be something really huge in the future. For "Welcome To The Midewst", he actually did the verse, but we never got the business taken care of in time. Time is a hella factor for him and for us, so that one didn't get to come through, but it was dope! Krizz Kaliko filled in and it was dope too! So on a Tech N9ne album or on a Twista album I'm sure that I'm either gonna be on his or him on mine in the near future - or both!


Dubcnn: Another Midwest artist that fans would love to see you work with is Krayzie Bone. You did that song "Thug Pit" and I think you also toured together, and Krayzie Bone mentioned you when talking about bringing the Midwest together, what's up with some tracks from you and Krayzie Bone?

That's what he said man! He told me he wanted to do a project and get all Midwest cats on it and wanted me to be a part of it! I said "Whenever you need me, brother!" Bone-Thugs & Harmony is my family, after we toured they became my family. As well as DMX, so all those people that we clicked with when we was on tour, we became family. So if they need anything from me, they got that shit, you feel me?


Dubcnn: A topic that you talked about a lot in your songs is your acceptance within the black community, where you said before that your music wasn't considered "black", how has that evolved? Has it changed since "Come Gangsta"?

It's changing right before my eyes! I think MLK had a lot to do with it, Misery Loves Kompany, my Tech N9ne collabos album. I think that had a lot to do with it. Also with me being back in Kansas City connecting with all people, but especially my people, people that I had lost since 2001 with the release of "Anghellic", when they said that I was a devil worshipper. They just had to tap into the new Tech N9ne music to know that I am different, but I am something that you could live with for the rest of your life.

All my albums, when you listen to them, it takes you back to the place where you were at that time. So everything they missed, I'm sure my new music will make them get everything they missed. It's wonderful to have everybody acknowledging me now. If I'm supposed to be for everybody, then the people that I lost become my mission, to get them back. The people that have been on me for the longest, I love them for recognizing real music. For the people I lost, I made them my mission to get them back. I think it worked!


Dubcnn: I know you recently got off tour with Paul Wall, do you have any tours planned after "Killer" comes out?

Yeah man! We got one starting July 28th with the Kottonmouth Kings and (hed) p.e., X-Clan, Sen Dog from Cypress Hill, yadadamean? It never stops, my friend! Then shortly after that we're doing the Strictly Strange tour which will have Skatterman and Snug Brim on it, hopefully Ill Bill will be on it with Slaine, Big Krizz Kaliko, Kutt Calhoun, it just keeps going! It don't stop!


Dubcnn: Any plans of going overseas?

Hell yeah! I'm about to come over, everybody has been at us! I told Travis, let's go! That's the motto of this year, let's go, I got to get over there! It's a place that I've been trying to get to for a long long time. All it takes is for the promoter to have some muthafuckin' balls and get me in one of those clubs that can hold 1,000 or more. I know they say I'm a riot maker or whatever, but shit, I bring love homie! I bring hardcore music and love, dude, how can you go wrong with that? I tell people I'ma walk every piece of this earth before I die homie!

How am I gonna work with Ronnz from Berlin and not be able to go over there to thank those people that bought the album? I'm supposed to be able to thank them and the way I thank my fans is to go where they are. It's all about the promoters, all they gotta do is call Travis and say "Hey! This is what we can do, this is how big the place is, this is how much I can pay, what do you think?"


Dubcnn: I personally haven't had the chance to catch you live yet, but I've heard good things about Tech N9ne shows. How has your stage performance evolved through the last years and how do you get the crowd hyped up?

My music, my presence, along with Big Krizz Kaliko and Kutt Calhoun, the scenario with the lights, the energy off top. I mean if you listen to "Einstein", you'll hear the energy, or if you go to "Psycho Bitch", you'll hear the energy. "This Ring", even though it's calmer, just imagine someone being able to execute that on the stage, with ease. I'm not calling my job easy because it's hard as hell to do it, but with ease, getting it to the crowd. It don't sound shitty.
What you can expect from a Tech N9ne show is total energy. If I had to label my show and my music with one word, it would be "loud", or actually "louder", that's what my shows are now. Now you got shit like "Bout To Bubble" on top of that old shit, you got "Night & Day", "Caribou Lou", "Riot Maker", louder! It used to be loud, but now what you can expect is louder, two syllables.


Dubcnn: What can fans expect from Tech N9ne after this album? What's the next step for you?

Tech N9ne collabos part two, I'm gonna do that this month! *laughs* Travis is trying to drop it in February or March. The only reason I'm saying Travis is putting it out is cause I'm always on the road. I'm Vice President, Strange Music is putting it out, but Travis is really the nigga that's behind all that shit, the dates and everything. I can take no credit for that shit, he got that shit.


Dubcnn: What will Tech N9ne be doing when he's 50, 60 years old?

Fucking bitches. *laughs* Haaa! I could say it nicer, I ain't gonna say "fucking bitches", I'ma say... being with really beautiful women, still. That's my vice, a beautiful woman is my vice. Beautiful smile, beautiful eyes, beautiful skin, beautiful lips, legs, you know how it go. So 50 or 60... I mean Quincy Jones is still kicking it like a donkey! He be having foreign bitches on his jock and he's 70-something! So just imagine what I'ma be at 50, I'm a monster! I'll have a house somewhere on an island, on Fiji or something, I'll just be taking trips with 6-7 bitches and party! Haaa!


Dubcnn: We'll have to talk when it's that time and you'll tell us your stories!

Exactly. I'll probably be getting hot water from a bitch at that moment! *laughs*


Dubcnn: As a last question, when did you first come up with your trademark ad-lib "chaah"?

I really don't know when it happened to me! But, I think it started with Nnutt Howze, it had to start then. I recall IcyRoc and White Boy Will making fun of me about the "chaah". It started as a burst of energy, it's the word "yeah" but without the "y" but with a "ch" to give it more impact. Like Michael Jackson says "chomon" instead of "come on", it's the same thing! It' "yeah" but it's "chah", it's a burst of confidence, burst of energy. I just said something hardcore, chaaah nigga! That's still what it is! I have no idea how long I've been doing it, but I know it's been a looong time, more than 10 years I'll tell you that.


Dubcnn: I can dig it. Before we go, is there anything else you'd like to let everybody know?

Yeah, I want people to know that they're supposed to celebrate life, because people are trying to blow this place up over money, over materialistic shit, yadadamean? That's why we have that shit going on in Iraq. If people loved more and kicked it, we wouldn't be at war. So celebrate life, Jim Morrisson of The Doors said it a long time ago, he said "I know one thing man, I'm gonna have my kicks before the whole shit house goes up in flames" and I knew what he was talking about back then and it's still relevant right now. So celebrate life.
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Gepost door Xflipit op vrijdag 25-07-2008 om 16:10:46
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