Tech N9ne Hooks up with MURS for “Sickology 101” Tour, Prepares to Drop Collaboration Album

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Download DJBooth's new App, The PLUG Los Angeles, CA – What do Kansas City and Los Angeles have in common? These two cities have given birth to two of the hardest working, most lyrically gifted and most respected underground rappers of all time: TECH N9NE and MURS, respectively.

While some hip-hop stars’ popularity rises and falls with the whims of fickle music fans, both TECH N9NE and MURS have consistently been selling scores of CDs and packing venues worldwide. This April, the two indie icons join forces as they embark on “The Sickology 101 Tour 2009,” with special guests Short Dawg Tha Native, Krizz Kaliko and Kutt Calhoun. For more info, check www.strangemusicinc.com/sickology101tour.

On April 28th, 2009, Tech N9ne and Strange Music will drop the hottest collaboration album of the year, Sickology 101. Powered by the inspiring, in-yo-face anthem “Nothin',” featuring The Boy Boy Young Mess (Messy Marv) and Big Scoob as well as the haunting, hypnotic “Red Nose.” Sickology 101 also features lyrical heavyweights, Chino XL, Crooked I and Krayzie Bone.

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