Tech N9ne Returns November 7 With First Studio Album In Four Years
The follow-up to 2001's Anghellic and 2002's Absolute Power is a double disc package with more than 145 minutes of music. Everready features the myspace.com favorite "Jellysickle." The block-rocking Rick Rock-produced track, which features E-40, has generated more than 500,000 plays in four months. A video for emerging club single "Bout Ta' Bubble" will be shot in Kansas City at the end of September, and the emotional "The Rain" gives fans an intimate look into a rapper's life on the road away from his family. These songs represent the diversity Tech N9ne displays on Everready.
"This is Anghellic, Absolute Power combined," Tech says. "It has the personal stuff Anghellic had or the party stuff that Absolute Power had. I think this is my best work."
Tech N9ne, who has performed in front of more than a half a million people in the last three years, will be touring extensively throughout the next year. He will be appearing with DMX and Bone Thugs N Harmony on select dates this year and will be headlining other stops. Please visit www.therealtechn9ne.com to see his tour schedule.
Everready is the first release from Strange Music's new venture with independent distribution machine Fontana, a Universal Music Group subsidiary that enjoyed rap success with the release of DJ Quik's Trauma and DJ Muggs vs GZA The Genius' Grandmasters albums in 2005. Tech N9ne co-owns Strange Music with music executive Travis O'Guin.
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