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Strangeulation III - Tech N9ne Collabos* - Strangeulation (CD, Album)

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  1. Strangeulation Vol. II is the sixteenth studio album by American rapper Tech N9ne, the sixth in his "Collabos" plejsamodevilwoodsfirscashelproducktpud.coinfo album was released on November 20, , by Strange Music. It features the entire Strange Music roster, including their new signees JL plejsamodevilwoodsfirscashelproducktpud.coinfo, Darrein Safron, and Mackenzie Nicole. The album serves as a sequel to Strangeulation, the previous Tech N9ne Collabos album.
  2. Discover releases, reviews, track listings, recommendations, and more about Tech N9ne - Tech N9ne Collabos - Strangeulation Vol. II at Discogs. Complete your Tech N9ne collection.
  3. - New collaborative release from Kansas City's Tech N9ne, a follow-up to critically acclaimed album "Special Effects" released in May Last collabo album "Strangeulation" released in May has scanned 83k to date- "Special Effects" has sold k+ albums to date, propelled by the single "Hood Go Crazy" (feat. 2 Chainz and B.o.B.)/5(38).
  4. Nov 20,  · Tech’s ridiculously dextrous flow is all over the album—he's like a stone skipping smoothly across a pond on the minimalist “MMM.” But things really explode on Vol. II 's five cypher tracks: MURS gets tough as nails on a dark, sludgy beat, while Big Scoob and JL B. Hood run roughshod over a trap-tinged banger.
  5. Tech N9ne Collabos - Strangeulation Vol. II Cypher III Lyrics. [Intro: Tech N9ne] I'm proud to present this cypher to my technicians, cause this one has been a long time coming. So I called on my big ho.
  6. The fifth album in Tech N9ne’s “Collabos” series. Out May 6,
  7. May 08,  · Strangeulation III; Artist Tech N9ne Collabos; Album Strangeulation (Deluxe Edition) Licensed to YouTube by INgrooves (on behalf of Strange Music, Inc); UMPI, ASCAP, BMI - Broadcast Music Inc., and 2 Music Rights Societies.
  8. Nov 20,  · Strangeulation Vol. II Cypher III (feat. Big Scoob, JL B. Hood) [Explicit] es albums de tech en collabos ont toujours été moins bien que les albums solos car il s'agit d'avantage d'experimenter pour lui et pour les fans ca permet de faire un etat des lieux du label. Plusieurs tendances: 1- tech traine trop avec des chanteurs de pseudo /5(35).