Archive for Tech N9ne

Good News: New Prof: Ghost feat. Tech N9ne (Official Video)

Posted in News with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on Friday, July 24, 2015 by Terry Scott Niebeling

New song from Prof off of his “Liability” album, set to be out soon on Rhymesayers Entertainment (Sept. 7th, 2015).  No one reads articles anymore, so just watch the fucking video.  Of course I wouldn’t post content unless I thought it was impressive; Prof’s rhyme is developing immensely, plus he brings it home with his soulful voice, and Tech N9ne is involved.  Yes, you must listen.  You can form your own opinion about it, but mine is positive; this has me excited and it sounds honed.  Good news: New Prof.

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Swollen Members – Armed to the Teeth

Posted in News with tags , , , , on Thursday, August 20, 2009 by Nolan Levenson

Swollen Members announced their new album entitled Armed to the Teeth due out October 13th. The album will feature guest spots from Talib Kweli, Tech N9ne, and La Coka Nostra. Here are two free tracks, neither of which I am too crazy about. The chorus on “Warrior” is quite annoying. I was really pleased with their last effort, Black Magic so hopefully the whole LP will not disappoint.

Download:

Swollen Members – “Warrior”

Swollen Members – “Red Dragon”

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Rock The Bells 2009

Posted in Music News with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on Wednesday, April 8, 2009 by Tim Althaus

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Ummm wow. That was my initial reaction when I saw this post at Hip Hop DX. With the initial artist lineup, this looks like (to me) that this is going to be the concert of the year. I know for sure that I am going to be trying like hell to make the Chicago show, because this is something I definitely don’t want to miss. This looks like the most studded Hip-Hop lineup I’ve seen for a show this year, and there are still more to be announced. If you get a chance to get tickets, please do not pass up your chance. Rock The Bells (Guerilla Union) has been putting together some of the finest Hip-Hop shows for the last 5 years and apparently they are looking to follow suit very strongly. To be honest I would probably pay one hundred dollars to see The Roots or Reflection Eternal. That means that even if tickets are one hundred (we don’t know as of yet) that this concert is absolutely killer for price. If you are able to make it to one of these shows, you are going to be catching the best Hip-Hop shows of this year.

Make sure you stay tuned for dates and ticket prices, as well as any updates that have to pertain to this series because we will let you know right away.