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Old 24 Jun 2008, 05:51 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I couldn't hold out any longer, so I downloaded it today and it's hot as hell. Tech crushes it like he always does.

I'm still buyin' it the day it releases too.
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Old 24 Jun 2008, 06:49 PM   #2 (permalink)
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This album will definitely be sick as hell.

Can't wait.
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Old 26 Jun 2008, 08:50 PM   #3 (permalink)
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Here's some of my favorite tracks from the album.

Hope for a Higher Power
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Psycho Bitch II ft. Liquid Assassin
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Paint a Dark Picture ft. Dirtball
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Last Words
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Go cop it on Tuesday people! I know I will
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Old 27 Jun 2008, 10:31 AM   #4 (permalink)
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You heard about his beef with Keisha Cole, Stick?
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You heard about his beef with Keisha Cole, Stick?
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Less than 24 hours after his triumphant concert “homecoming” — an 80-minute set that highlighted KPRS’s Summer Jam at Sandstone Amphitheater — Tech N9ne is seething.

“Keyshia Cole and the concert security fucked up my whole night,” he complained. “It’s all because I’m not on TV. The chip on my shoulder is getting bigger.”

For three weeks, ever since Kansas City’s urban, powerhouse radio station invited the city’s local rap star to share top billing with Cole and rapper T.I., Tech N9ne had fantasized about how Friday night would play out.

The show was his black resurrection, a chance to reconnect with the inner-city audience that adored him throughout the 1990s and abandoned him in the new millennium as the perception of his music and image pinballed from gangsta to Juggalo to demonic to dope fiend.

Tech N9ne, real name Aaron Yates, envisioned Summer Jam as a moment to set the record straight with his urban audience. He anticipated a drama-free, emotional catharsis. Most of his family, baited by Hot 103’s nonstop hyping of the show, requested tickets. His mother, Maudie Yates, a deeply religious woman, even agreed to attend the concert, her first-ever Tech N9ne live performance.

Friday’s gig in front of 6,000 fans, with N9ne’s set sandwiched between a major R&B singer (Cole) and one of the biggest names in hip-hop (T.I.), provided Tech the perfect showcase to floss his newfound financial success as an independent artist and overwhelm disgruntled African-American fans with a high-energy show.

His fantasy was ruined long before he hit the stage at 8 p.m. Upon arriving at Sandstone — concert promoters told me — the 24-year-old Cole learned she would perform before Tech N9ne and immediately exploded, demanding that she be driven back to her hotel, refusing to play.

Over the next several hours, promoters said they negotiated with Cole’s representatives about a resolution. Her appearance was canceled at least twice, they said, and both sides threatened lawsuits.

Eventually Cole’s tour manager requested a meeting with Travis O’Guin, Tech’s partner at Strange Music. The conversation turned heated and ugly, O’Guin said. The Cole camp said it had never heard of Tech N9ne. O’Guin countered with Pollstar numbers that reflected Tech N9ne’s remarkable tour strength. He’s one of only three rap acts (Jay-Z and Kanye West are the others) in the top 50 for concert ticket sales. Cole is not in the top 50.

While the camps bickered backstage, concert-goers baked in the near 90-degree temperatures for more than an hour waiting for the final three acts: Cole, N9ne and T.I.

“To be honest, we didn’t really care about  who performed first,” O’Guin said Saturday. “Our thing was about making sure it was dark outside because we have an impactful lights show, and we needed the sun to go down behind the hill.”

A compromise was reached. N9ne would perform 10 to 15 minutes before he’d originally agreed, and Cole would go on after him and do half of her show.

“I love Keyshia Cole,” N9ne said. “I love her music. I love her story. She’s from Oakland. She should know I’m part of The Regime with (Oakland rapper) Yukmouth and all of them. Even if she didn’t know, one of her dancers started with me. Her people didn’t have to belittle me. They didn’t have to come with this, ‘I ain’t performing after no local nigga’ shit.”

“We have no comment on any of that,” said Manny Halley, CEO of Imani Entertainment Group and Keyshia Cole’s manager. “This must be some kind of publicity stunt.”

Tech endured one more blow to his ego before the end of the night. Not long after he completed his performance, Sandstone security ordered that he and his entourage vacate the backstage area.

“The shit was embarrassing,” he fumed Saturday. “In front of my mama, they made me act a nigga. They said they were going to call the federal marshals. I said, ‘Go get ’em. We ain’t leaving without my set.’ Fuck that. They fucked up my whole night.”

A slight exaggeration. Not only did security let him stay, but Tech and his crew joined KPRS deejay Sean Tyler and former Kansas City Chief Eric Warfield at Club N.V. for some post-concert partying. And, more importantly, the backstage drama failed to overshadow a performance by Tech and label mates Krizz Kaliko and Kutt Calhoun that was universally hailed as the best of the day and evening.

By the time Tech closed his show — with his hardcore white fans and skeptical black supporters all mouthing the words to longtime club-banger “I’m A Playa” — it was clear that the Kansas City King is well on his way to reclaiming all of his Kansas City Kingdom.
I've never listened to any of her shit, and have only heard her name.

Obviously with Cole being the bigger star, she should play after lowly Tech. However, if concert promoters planned for her to play before him, she should fucking suck it up and play before him where they scheduled her to play.
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This album is hot...Tech's best work.

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Best rap album of the year.

Tech is the best out there today.
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I live in Kansas City, where Tech is from and so I've seen him around a lot. Recently he went and ate at the restaurant that my mom waits tables at and she said he was very friendly and tipped very well. So not only is he a good rapper, he seems like a pretty stand up guy as well.
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Stick, I got Killer today and I must say that was a awesome experience. My homeboy who was in the car with me when I was bumping, was like "What the fuck is you listening to Nigga?". He wasn't with the shit at all, by time we got to Seven words (We played that shit about 6 times..My favorite song on the album. Eventhough Last words and Pillow Talking and Blackboy is catching up) he was vibing with it. It's a good album, I can't promise I'll be listening to it a week from now, but today it's staying in the whip, the Ipod, and I'm going to blast it through the house just to freak out my Ole Lady and my friends.

Here is something that I found interesting, he seems to have the same delivery as Luda on a few songs.

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Good shit homie. I'm glad you liked the few songs I posted enough to cop it.

It's the only album I've been bumpin' since I bought it.

As for his delivery being like Luda's, it doesn't surprise me since he's so versatile and can change it up from song to song, verse to verse, or even line to line.

Which songs specifically are you talkin' about?
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Tech could get "Shit Is Real" played on some local "Alternative" stations in a few markets and just edit it down it "It is real"
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