Considering rappers, by and large, are some of the most avid self-promoters in existence, it might come as a surprise that this newly-released EP standout finds Tech N9ne requesting that you “Don’t Tweet This.” It makes more sense when you realize that the title is aimed at the chicks who’ve been invited to party in the Strange Music head honcho’s tour bus—until you ask yourself why, if he’s concerned about keeping his activities on the down-low, he’d cut a record detailing those very activities. Then it stops making sense again. It’s hard to nitpick, however, when you’re listening to a record as dope as this trunk-rattling selection, which features thundering sample work by Seven and all the risqué flows Tech’s fans have come to know and love. Complete with some appropriately debauched official visual, this joint can be found on the Kansas City underground mainstay’s E.B.A.H. EP, scheduled to hit record stores and online retailers tomorrow, the 18th.
Written by richard on 09/17/12
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