Tech N9ne ft. Mackenzie O’Gunn - Fear

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Fresh off his reader-acclaimed guest contribution to Death Warrant, the debut DJBooth feature from Seattle emcee Sadistik, Tech N9ne has unleashed a brand new single of his own. On Fear, the Strange Music capo brings his stellar mic skills to bear on some intensely personal subject matter, rhyming about his shaky belief in God, his mother’s illness and his past as a gangbanger. Seven provides a pensive backdrop for the Kansan phenom’s bars, as well as the eerie hook vocals of MacKenzie O’Gunn. For Fear and more, check out Tech’s latest collaboration LP, Strangeulation. Also, watch for Seven to drop by the Booth for the next interview in our exclusive Behind the Boards series.

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