Rap Juggernaut Tech N9ne Returns With Collaborative Album 'Misery Loves Kompany' July 17
"I took a chance, like I love to do, by not sticking to the everyday, crazy, hardcore Tech N9ne stuff," Tech N9ne explains. "I went and got some Southern styled beats and it worked."
Promising beatsmiths Michael "Seven" Summers and David Sanders II produced the majority of Misery Loves Kompany, whose highlights include the sexually charged "That Box," the lyrical exercise "Midwest Choppers," the infidelity meditation "I Can Feel It" and the socially moving "Message To The Black Man."
"There's a lot of stuff on this album," Tech N9ne explains. "It's a variety. It's not just sexual. It's not just party. It's just like the normal Tech N9ne rollercoaster. There's something on there for everybody."
Joining Tech N9ne on Misery Loves Kompany are Yukmouth, Big Krizz Kaliko, Kutt Calhoun, Skatterman, Snug Brim, Prozak, Big Scoob, T-Nutty, Dalima and others.
Misery Loves Kompany will arrive in stores just nine months after the release of Everready (The Religion), the fastest-selling album of Tech N9ne's career. Everready (The Religion) has already sold more than 95,000 copies, a tremendous accomplishment for Tech N9ne, who released the album independently on his Strange Music imprint in November 2006 in the midst of a crumbling music retail climate.
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