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Tech N9ne - Something Else album

Tech N9ne - Something Else album
  • Performer Tech N9ne
  • Title Something Else
  • Other formats AHX AIFF TTA MP4 DMF DXD RA
  • Genre Other
  • Size MP3 1116 mb
  • Size FLAC 1853 mb
  • Rating: 4.9
  • Votes: 859

Something Else is the thirteenth studio album by American rapper Tech N9ne. It was released on July 30, 2013, by RBC Records and Strange Music. The album has broken up into three portions – Earth, Water & Fire. Production on the album was handled during 2012 to 2013, primarily by frequent collaborator Seven, among others such as Young Fyre, Drumma Boy, and Fredwreck. The album features guest appearances from .

Tech N9ne is featured on Lil Wayne's ninth studio album Tha Carter IV on the song "Interlude". The track features a verse from Tech and Andre 3000. During a radio interview with Funkmaster Flex in August 2010, Wayne stated that he and Tech N9ne formed a "brotherhood" when Yates visited him in jail. In a later interview, Tech N9ne claimed that he thinks the song will "awaken a lot of other people that wouldn't usually look way" and "teach all the new fans. how to become technicians. 2012–15: EPs, Something Else, and Special Effects

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Tech nines album is definitely "something else" tech fans. Of course his chopper style rhyming is as excellent as always. Bur Something ElseTech nines album is definitely "something else" tech fans. Bur Something Else is very diverse in the tone of each song, the heavy features in this album is definitely a highlight. Aesthetically, this album is enjoyable. Emotionally, you don't feel the sincerity. Usually you don't have to skip songs on Tech N9ne albums, but Dwamn and Thizzles are just unlistenable. At this point in his career, Tech has money, he has armies of fans, and he has respect, but he's striving for acceptance.