Tech N9ne brought his fast chopper style rhyming and Strange Music artist to the Myth Friday night. Tech N9ne is a rapper, songwriter, record producer, actor, and entrepreneur from Kansas City, Missouri. He is touring the U.S. in support of his latest album release ”Drama” which hit stores March 2017. “The Strange Music 2017” Tour includes performing artist Mackenzie Nicole, CES Cru, Stevie Stone, Krizz Kaliko and Brotha Lunch Hung.
Mackenzie Nicole and her dancers opened the show for Strange Music. Mackenzie played her top hits like “Deleted” and “Actin Like You Know“. She performed a quick twenty minute set. The fans loved the vocal strength and energy of Mackenzie.
CES Cru followed Mackenzie Nicole on stage. Rap duo Ces Cru consist of Godemis & Ubiquitous. The Kansas City, Missouri natives released their ninth studio album “Catastrophic Event Specialists” on February 10 2017. The amazing hip hop duo didn’t miss a beat. The fans were bouncing to the beat. They played hits “Seven Chakras” , “Klick Clack Bang” and “Gridlock“.
Stevie Stone followed CES Cru on stage. The Saint Louis, Missouri native is touring in support of his 2015 album release of “Malta Bend“. Stevie ruled the stage for almost a hour playing top hits like “Get Fucked Up” , “Rap Gamez Callin” and “My Remedy“. The fans loved the fast lyrics of Stevie Stone.
Horrorcore innovator Brotha Lynch Hung followed Stevie Stone’s performance. The Sacremento, California native is a Record Producer and Rapper. Brotha has released thirteen albums to date. His latest album “Bullet Maker” was released in 2016. The set included hits “Rest in Piss” , “Meat Cleaver” and “Locc 2 Da Brain“. The crowd was absolutely crazy while Brotha Lynch Hung was performing.
The lights went out on the stage and the crowd erupted in a Tech chant. The LED boxes showed a three minute countdown. As the countdown came to 0 Tech N9ne was lowered down to the stage. The screams from the crowd were unbelievable. Tech performed song after song with cool LED images of himself on the left and right side of the stage. The LED images also performed as backup rappers to Tech. He performed hits like “Worldwide Choppers“, “Hood Go Crazy” and “Caribou Lou“. Tech N9ne performs like a serious professional.
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