Insane Clown Posse Joins Tech N9ne Onstage in Detroit, 5/19
Last night, Tech N9ne’s Strictly Strange Tour hit the Motor City at the Fillmore!
On a personal note, this tour is NOT to be missed, Juggalos! Tech and Kali killed it last week over in my home city of Philadelphia. Where they played for about 2-and-a-half hours! Strangely enough, they even went into an inpromptu version of ICP’s classic “Chicken Huntin‘” mid-set after an ICP chant rose up from the crowd. (It was a dope moment, but no videos have surfaced as of yet!)
Flash forward to this week, last night in Detroit, hometown heroes ICP, DJ Clay, and Lyte a shocked the crowd when they made a surprise appearance on stage to introduce Tech! Peep!
ICP onstage with Tech N9ne, 5/19
No videos have surfaced on YouTube just yet, but Lyte made this post on Instagram (lyte_official):
Them 2Dope Jerseys tho…
If you haven’t already caught Tech N9ne on the Strictly Strange Tour, head on over to StrangeMusicInc.com/tour and peep the flavor!
Today we’ve received some emails from a few of our readers concerning a couple of new YouTube video blogs that were posted by ChildsPlayNinja. In part 1 of the 2-part video, CPN recaps a conversation that he had with Tech N9ne concerning the recent drama between he and Violent J. He said that he forgot to record the conversation, but was extremely descriptive about the points that Tech made to him. Even so, quite a few of his viewers didn’t believe the conversation actually happened.
Today, part 2 popped up. This one began with a voice mail from Tech N9ne thanking him for the recap of the conversation that was posted, confirming that they did in fact speak. Tech also reiterates the fact that he wants nothing to do with the beef/drama and isn’t choosing sides. He also said that Twiztid has chosen to not respond to the disses and allegations and just stick to entertaining Juggalos.
Normally we wouldn’t post a video blog as a news item, being that they primarily give the opinions of the vlogger. However, this combined 45 minute 2-part video is chock full of info that Juggalos may or may not want to hear. You can watch the videos in their entirety below:
Tech N9ne / CPN Conversation Recap: Part 1
Tech N9ne / CPN Conversation Recap: Part 2
While it sucks that the audio from the conversation is forever lost, props to CPN for providing a great recap of what was said.
A few days ago, Monoxide mentioned that Twiztid‘s Psychomania Tour had an off day in the same area that the Tech N9ne tour would be hitting soon. That day was yesterday in Pittsburgh, PA, so the Majik Ninja Entertainment crew joined Tech, Ces Cru, Stevie Stone, Brotha Lynch, and the rest of the Strictly Strange Tour.
Earlier in the day, Tech and some of the MNE crew met up at a steak house and released this video on IG:
Later that night, they were asked to join Tech on stage during his final track: “I’ma Playa”! Check the FB live streams from Twiztid’s Facebook below:
MNE Back Stage @ Tech N9ne Tour
Twiztid, Gorilla Voltage, G-Mo Skee join Tech N9ne & Strange for “I’m a Playa”
Could more MNE / Strange Music collabs be in the works? What are your thoughts on what Tech said?
A podcast called Wake The Flok Up just conducted a 40+ minute interview with Tech N9ne!
Tech covered a LOT of ground in 40 minutes including that he’s always known he’d be a success, his guilty pleasures, his humble beginnings playing to nobody in the crowd, a little behind the scenes on how his merchandising works, and he even speaks on some Juggalos who threatened his life.
The time has come…
The biggest independent artist in the world sits with the #1 HipHop podcast in the world…TECH N9NE is in the house! In the basement of the Belascos Theater in LA, we sit with the living legend and talk everything from being featured in Forbes numerous times to growing up being the weird kid on the block to receiving CREDIBLE death threats!
Tech is a true inspiration to any independent artist, by always being real, approachable and mean as f*ck on the mic! Tech N9ne has proven to be one of the most successful and talented artist out…
I mean, he’s no Waka Flaka but he’s up there! (inside joke).
Thank you for your support all these years, it was only a matter of time before we reached hip-hop’s top tier and we owe it all to artists like Tech that understand and share vision for hip-hop.
Ladies & Gentlemen it’s a true honor and privilege to present to you…