Nobody likes a liar, but Tech N9ne takes industry bullsh*t a little more personally than most. As evidenced by freshly-released video single URALYA, any mealymouthed suit unlucky enough to fall into the Strange Music capo’s clutches can expect to have a confession wrenched out of them, even if it requires the use of every “enhanced interrogation” technique in the CIA handbook. With Seven‘s bone-crunching metal production as his backdrop, the Kansas City underground kingpin (and headliner of our recent A3C showcase) launches a torrent of invective at every industry motherf**ker who ever deceived him, taking special pleasure in tearing apart DJs who claimed his music wasn’t hot when a kickback would’ve changed their minds. This vicious indictment of the music business is just one of many bangers to be found on Tech’s Boiling Point EP, pre-orderable now (with the first 3,500 customers receiving autographed copies!) in anticipation of its release next Tuesday, the 30th.
Written by richard on 10/28/12
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