Selling more than 95,000 copies on his previous solo record, Tech N9ne is set to release a collaborative album just nine months later.
Tech N9ne is in preparation to release his first collaborative record. Album "Misery Loves Kompany" will span his work with fellow indie musicians such as Yukmouth, Big Krizz Kaliko, Kutt Calhoun, Skatterman, Snug Brim, Prozak, Big Scoob, T-Nutty and Dalima.
The most requested rapper in Kansas City would not stop at party theme for this piece and insisted on a variety of issues. "There's a lot of stuff on this album," Tech N9ne said. "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."
The album that only took one month recording has also accommodated a new beat that Tech favored. "I took a chance, like I love to do, by not sticking to the everyday, crazy, hardcore Tech N9ne stuff," he explained. "I went and got some Southern styled beats and it worked."
"Misery Loves Kompany" will be dropped July 17, via Tech's indie label Strange Music and a pre-order is available on www.therealtechn9ne.com. Two singles have been pulled off the album titled "Gangsta Shap" and "Midwest Choppers".
Preview the first single "Gangsta Shap" below: