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Video: Tech N9ne Interview w/ YRB

Tech N9ne speaks to YRB Magazine.

Previously: 2010 Wake Up Show Anthem ft. Locksmith, Kam Moye, Crooked I, Tech N9ne, Tajai, RZA, Ras Kass, B-Real, DJ Revolution


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38 Responses to “Video: Tech N9ne Interview w/ YRB”

  1. Johnathan Osterman Says:

    yo, Ice Pick…Arabic, Saudi Arabia
    My crew roll thick, grip shit like WrestleMania

  2. Shooter Says:

    Oh behave? That song? Nah.
    ^^^

    lol, ” i got my mojo back baby oh behave”

    what on earth was he thinking

  3. Boos Bigelow Says:

    Flow and personality>>>>spitting bars

  4. D_Block_4_Life Says:

    I fucks with Charles Hamilton but he’s another guy that can polish his flow. He needs like a rap coach or something because a lot of the bars and concepts be on point but his delivery/flow needs some fine tuning at times…

  5. D_Block_4_Life Says:

    lol, ” I got my mojo back baby oh behave”

    what on earth was he thinking
    ^
    Yeah, I’m not gonna front like the song’s greatness isn’t hindered by the hook but the beat and bars make the hook irrelevant…

  6. Harlem World Says:

    Do not turn it into Nas vs Jay-Z again.

  7. Joe 88 Says:

    He found balance on The True Meaning…but he seems to have regressed since then

    ^That’s why the true meaning is his best album by far. It took me a while to come to that understanding, but it’s just the truth. One of the few 2nd albums i’ve ever heard from a artist where he totally progressed from his first album

    It’s like he grew up right infront of niggas (n) He was less aggy, bars was doper than ever, beat selection was crazy, and his song topics was ill

    Live ya life >

    The true meaning (the song) >

  8. Frank Says:

    No Vaseline > Ether

  9. Johnathan Osterman Says:

    …Arab-Nazi, blow holes in your Versace…

    (pause)

  10. a tribe called quest Says:

    Thats an austin powers

  11. kevfrescura de talco Says:

    Opinion, nigga. Fabricated tales of Willy Roberts knowing Noriega and moving 100 birds a week? I’ll pass. And yes, having some knowledge of what your talking about does give you credibility in hip-hop. If Kanye started rapping about shooting niggas and selling drugs, niggas would call foul, even if it sounded good, so tell me why some nigga that gets exposed for being a complete fraud gets a pass? Because he has good beats? Fuck outta here!

    JihaD

    ^
    while me saying rawse > marvin musically is an opinion, the numbers reflect it. secondly, i was talking about being a convict giving you credibility is corny. especially if you deal coke and get caught. it just shows that you weren’t to bright in your dealings and there was a misstep. just cause dude was a CO doesn’t mean he doesn’t know about the coke game. i know plenty of dudes who have great jobs and still supplement their income w/the d.rug trade and haven’t seen the inside of a cell.

    touting you know the game and backing it up w/jail records is wyle corny.

  12. D_Block_4_Life Says:

    Charles has a lot of room for growth though, he can be great in time but he still needs work. Some of his corny-goofy metaphors are beginning to over stay there welcome with me as well.

    I really feel like he does not write at all…like you could tell he doesn’t put much time into constructing his bars. But if he actually sat down with a pad and a pen and took time to sharpen is bars and flow, he could be a very big problem for years to come…

  13. f5f5 nigga reload Says:

    Flow and personality

    ^ I think to two go hand in hand, the personality is what shapes the flow. Wether its layed back or all over the place (c) DMX, nigga rhymes exactly how he is. If that makes any sense

  14. Boos Bigelow Says:

    People gotta realize that in several years the souths flow will become redundant and people will move to another style of flow. It’s all cyclical.

    I loved 90’s music….in the 90’s

  15. Wesley Pipes @ BlackPipeLayers.com Says:

    In ya city handin out them 10’s, DINO’S

    These old rappers runs been done, FINITO

    Im still the odd member of the group, TIDO

    See me in a benz u know im lyin, REPO’D

    who da fuck……want……WHAT *Bleek voice*

  16. hl Says:

    People gotta realize that in several years the souths flow will become redundant and people will move to another style of flow. It’s all cyclical.

    I loved 90’s music….in the 90’s

    —–

    Is the south still on top though? Doesn’t seem like southern rappers are selling tons of records. I think the best selling records last year were Jay, Em, and 50.

  17. D_Block_4_Life Says:

    i was talking about being a convict giving you credibility is corny. especially if you deal coke and get caught. it just shows that you weren’t to bright in your dealings and there was a misstep. just cause dude was a CO doesn’t mean he doesn’t know about the coke game. i know plenty of dudes who have great jobs and still supplement their income w/the d.rug trade and haven’t seen the inside of a cell.

    touting you know the game and backing it up w/jail records is wyle corny.
    ^
    About 3 gems in here and co-sign.

    My man is a CO and still dabbles…

    niggas just find it fun to shit on Ross…

  18. Johnathan Osterman Says:

    C-N-N
    Network, Channel 10
    Its on again
    Street niggas thats grown men
    Bold face, gat in you face, stay in place yo
    Crime laced, catch more beef than Scarface..

  19. D_Block_4_Life Says:

    Selling records doesn’t constitute being on top anymore in most cases….

  20. Joe 88 Says:

    In ya city handin out them 10’s, DINO’S

    These old rappers runs been done, FINITO

    Im still the odd member of the group, TIDO

    See me in a benz u know im lyin, REPO’D

    ^Let me guess, freestyle over the “Forever” beat? Why do niggas insist on rapping obver someone elses beat the same way they did? No shots, but if we wanted to hear someone else rap the exact same way as the originator, we’d listen to the original song. smh

  21. Johnathan Osterman Says:

    # D_Block_4_Life Says:
    February 3rd, 2010 at 1:47 pm

    Selling records doesn’t constitute being on top anymore in most cases….

    ^^^

    In ANY case

  22. Joe 88 Says:

    My man is a CO and still dabbles…

    niggas just find it fun to shit on Ross…

    ^Do your man lie to you about his job? No? Niggas make fun of ross because it’s well deserved, if dude would’ve just kept it real then niggas wouldn’t care so much, the fact that he felt like he had to deny it makes him a clown. Like nigga you ashamed of your past? FOH.

    Rawse still killed that “angels” track tho, I don’t give a fuck if he was mall security, he demolished that shit

  23. D_Block_4_Life Says:

    Oh and Joe you said last week that no one wants to hear niggas spit on another rappers beats? Speak for yourself homie but that’s what’s missing in the mixtapes game right now, when niggas used to go in on niggas beats…i personally love the new wave of mixtape-albums but spitting over other niggas beats it vintage hip-hop

    Niggas always say that 50 inventing rhyming on niggas beats or made it popular but Fab is really the one started crushing niggas beats and made niggas follow…

  24. Shooter Says:

    yeh the Blueprint 2 beat >>

    I heard the beat before I saw The Good, The Bad and The Ugly and when i realised it sampled from that one scene, its dopeness improved ten fold to me

  25. Wesley Pipes @ BlackPipeLayers.com Says:

    My man is a CO and still dabbles… >>>>AYOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO<<<<

    niggas just find it fun to shit on Ross…

    ^^^^^^
    this is true tho. Ross maybe stretches the truth a little too much and he gets all kinda hate. Meanwhile Wayne kisses men in the mouth but he gets the pass from “real” niggas. Riiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiight SMFH

  26. Boos Bigelow Says:

    # hl Says:
    February 3rd, 2010 at 1:46 pm

    People gotta realize that in several years the souths flow will become redundant and people will move to another style of flow. It’s all cyclical.

    I loved 90’s music….in the 90’s

    —–

    Is the south still on top though? Doesn’t seem like southern rappers are selling tons of records. I think the best selling records last year were Jay, Em, and 50.
    _____________________________________________________________

    Not many people are selling tons of records, but more artist from the south are selling more records than any other region currently.

  27. Jz Says:

    NovemberEnd Says:

    February 3rd, 2010 at 1:29 pm
    Blueprint 2 (song) >>> Ether
    ^^^^^^^^^^^^
    Last Real Nigga Alive >>>> Blueprint 2 (song)

    ————

    this is what you call checkmate.

  28. Jersey*made*me Says:

    *daps*

    Nas probably balled up and threw away better rhymes than Mega’s discography.

    Waiting on AIDS test results>>>>>>>>>>>>>>Cormega

  29. Johnathan Osterman Says:

    Black Ceasar
    100 Grand on the Visa
    Took the stand…suddenly caught amnesia
    Found him in a warehouse, tied to a freezer
    Thats the life of a thug when he hold heaters…

    Tragedy >

  30. D_Block_4_Life Says:

    Do your man lie to you about his job? No? Niggas make fun of ross because it’s well deserved, if dude would’ve just kept it real then niggas wouldn’t care so much, the fact that he felt like he had to deny it makes him a clown. Like nigga you ashamed of your past? FOH.
    ^
    I overstand this point but don’t act like the hip-hop community would of been so receptive to the idea of a kingpin coke rapper being a CO when he first got in the game…he knew that would hurt his chances of becoming anything…hip-hop community is the most anti-cop community in the world besides gangs which are in many cases aligned with the hip-hop community.

    I’m just saying…

  31. Boos Bigelow Says:

    Rich Kids>>> slaughter house

  32. a tribe called quest Says:

    Not many people are selling tons of records, but more artist from the south are selling more records than any other region currently.

    –the south = pop

  33. Shooter Says:

    so yeh referencing Cint Eastwood movies > referencing Austin Powers movies

  34. Joe 88 Says:

    @D_Block

    Just like break dancing and bombing had it’s time, rapping over other niggas beats had it’s time too, atleast to me, it’s too many dope producers out here for a million rappers to rap over the same beat.

    I use to love hearing rappers go in (n) over instrumentals, but now I don’t. I’d enjoy it, if the rapper that’s tryna go in over the original beat did a better job, but if he fails to do so, it’s pointless, imo.

  35. Boos Bigelow Says:

    # a tribe called quest Says:
    February 3rd, 2010 at 1:53 pm

    Not many people are selling tons of records, but more artist from the south are selling more records than any other region currently.

    –the south = pop
    ____________________________________________________________

    what would you call the north?

  36. Harlem World Says:

    Ma$e still got that million dollar flow.

    Kanye took it
    Fab took it
    50 took it

    no homo

  37. Harlem World Says:

    Nas > Cormega

    But Cormega got plenty classics out there. On some genuine rap shit. (no fake blood or c.o.)

  38. JihaD Says:

    while me saying rawse > marvin musically is an opinion, the numbers reflect it. secondly, i was talking about being a convict giving you credibility is corny. especially if you deal coke and get caught. it just shows that you weren’t to bright in your dealings and there was a misstep. just cause dude was a CO doesn’t mean he doesn’t know about the coke game. i know plenty of dudes who have great jobs and still supplement their income w/the d.rug trade and haven’t seen the inside of a cell.

    touting you know the game and backing it up w/jail records is wyle corny.

    ^^^

    So Styles P is corny? Saigon? Akon? Maino? Snoop? FOH. That shit don’t even make sense. Being a convict doesn’t make give you credibility, but your saying that being a CO does? That “not getting caught does? FOH. EVERYBODY gets caught eventually, either for some real shit or some dumb shit. Yayo got caught up on a gun charge, went on the run, and eventually had to do that time. Does that make him LESS qualified to talk about going on the run? Or getting locked up? That doesn’t make sense, and at best is hypocritical.

    Secondly, Yayo got a platinum plaque, William has two gold and a brick, so the numbers is coming up pretty even for somebody who only dropped 1 record vs his 3, especially when you consider the hype the Miami Titti Boi had coming out of the south. (Side Note– I don’t give a fuck about either of these niggas, but I brought this up because he mentioned it)

    Finally, everything you said (being a CO doesn’t mean he doesn’t know about the coke game) is contridictory– I could just was well say the opposite and not be wrong; However, looking at the evidence (His college scholarship to Albany State, him majoring in criminal justice, his perfect attendance record at the county jail) I would just as well lean to him just being a regular nigga going to work and punching the clock, not bringing in all this work and controlling the miami drug trade as his raps would have you believe.

    My point, however, still stands. Credibility is still important to me when I listen to hip-hop, and if you have nothing to fear about your life, why the hell are you lying about it? Kanye never lied about being a college dropout, etc etc. Like I said before, if Kanye would have came out talking about moving weight and shooting niggas and got found out to be the soft nigga he is, people would have cried foul no matter now good his music is.

    JihaD

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