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Tech N9ne Drops New Collabos Single “You Know Where You Can Go” Out Now

Gearing up for West Coast dates a special Hometown Concert at the MIDLAND THEATRE with the KANSAS CITY SYMPHONY ON MAY 4

March 8, 2024 (Los Angeles, CA) Turning up with another anthem, chart-topping multiplatinum hip-hop legend and the most successful independent rapper of all-time Tech N9ne serves up a brand new collabos single entitled “You Know Where You Can Go” today. Listen HERE via Strange Music.

On the track, a loose guitar melody wraps around a tense beat as Tech silences negative opinions with punchy panache. Exhibiting unparalleled control of the rhythm, he seamlessly speeds up and slows down his flow as if shifting gears. It culminates on the unshakable and undeniable chorus, “Call me stupid, I will never yell, but if you don’t like my music, you can go to hell!” 

It lands in the wake of the recent collabos track “Roll Call” with Rittz and featuring King Iso, Joey Cool, JL, Lex Bratcher, and X-Raided. The latter has already stacked up over 1MM YouTube views on the music video. In addition to plugs from Rock The Bells, Ghost Cult Magazine, The Hype Magazine, and more, his hometown television station KCTV5 hailed it as “explosive.  

Watch the “Roll Call” music video HERE.

Canvasing the country this Spring, he hits the road for a series of Midwest and West Coast dates, kicking off tonight at The Astro in Omaha, NE. 

Check out the full confirmed itinerary below.

Treading new territory yet again, Tech will also team up for a very special first-of-its-kind performance with Kansas City Symphony on May 4 at Midland Theatre. It promises to be unlike anything he’s ever done. A limited amount of tickets are still available HERE.

“Roll Call” notably stood out as the first collabos release in seven years since the eighth album in the series, Strange Reign, dropped in 2017. It remains a Strange Music institution with Tech uniting the finest MCs in his ecosystem to do what they do best. 

Most importantly, it hints at a whole lot more to come soon.

Stay tuned for more from Tech N9ne soon. 


3/8 - Omaha, NE - The Astro

3/9 - Watertown, SD - Studio 212

3/10 - Des Moines, IA - Horizon Events Center

4/17 - Arcata, CA - Arcata Theatre Lounge

4/18 - Chico, CA - El Rey Theatre

4/19 - Menlo Park, CA - The Guild Theatre

4/20 - Reedley, CA - The Wakehouse

4/21 - Pomona, CA - Fox Theater Pomona

5/4- Kansas, City, KS - Arvest Bank Theatre at The Midland


One of the most insane, influential, and impactful legacies in hip-hop belongs to Tech N9ne. He has consistently accomplished the impossible from outside of the system. He’s bucked every trend, overturned all expectations, and not only built a culture, but a whole damn world with Strange Music. The craziest thing is how far he’s come since co-founding Strange Music back in 2000. The Kansas City, MO rapper has gone from packed Midwest underground shows to the annual Forbes “Cash Kings” list multiple times, the cover of XXL, the playlists of Sir Elton John and Dwayne Johnson, and national commercials for the Super Bowl champion Kansas City Chiefs. Beyond tallying billions of streams and views, he has scored four platinum singles, three gold singles, and a gold album. He has notched 23 entries on the Billboard Top albums Chart and remains the record holder for “most Top 10 albums on the rap chart.” Not to mention, he cracked the Top 5 of the Billboard Top 200 four times. His collaborators have ranged from Eminem, The Doors, Lil Wayne, Tupac, Boyz II Men, T.I., MGK, Flatbush Zombies, and Gary Clark, Jr. to Slipknot, System of a Down, Deftones, and Logic. Mainstream went Tech when he ignited ABC’s Jimmy Kimmel LIVE! Meanwhile, Complex mused upon “How Kendrick Lamar Became a Star With Help From Tech N9ne.” He has sold out hundreds of shows as part of a relentless schedule. Not to mention, he introduced his own craft beer Bou Lou—in partnership with Kansas City’s own Boulevard Brewery.


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