PREMIERE: Tech N9ne Feat. T-Pain – B.I.T.C.H.

Tech N9ne “B.I.T.C.H.” Feat T-Pain from his new LP Something Else in stores now

  • Anthony DeLillo

    Dope! Tech killed as usual and T-Pain laid down a dope ass hook! Perfect for this song/beat!

    • ItGoesDownINtheDM

      def tech is nice

  • ItGoesDownINtheDM

    lol @ him rapping about breaking into the hood lol usually its the exact opposite lol its the hood breaking into the burbs ……. lol

    • Charlie Mac

      it’s actually not really about that. It’s relating more to the fact that tech n9ne’s fans has all ways been mostly white people, Tech had a song called “message to the black man” where he asking why his people are not at his shows. In B.I.T.C.H. he’s saying he is breaking in threw the tv and music. As he is seeing more black people at his shows.

      • ItGoesDownINtheDM

        right thats pretty much what i was saying ….. and hes right cause this is probably the first tech song i actually listened to …. one would say black folks werent @ his shows because he wasnt promoting to the black community …. i mean i think the last time tech was on AHH was when he made the carter 3 lol … doing ICP type songs isnt gonna get you there …. and i never seen a tech n9ne promo in any urban area i ever been in on the east coast ….. one would say hes actually starting to cater a lil more to his “black” audience which is why hes getting looks now ………

      • Charlie Mac

        Yes. But do know this, ICP fans were the first outside of KC. to notice Tech and they helped in his success. Tech would have probably made it on his own without Juggalo’s help but who knows, Took tech like what 10 years maybe longer (around all 6s and 7s) before he really started to get noticed. Also rocking Red hair(up to Absolute Power) and face paint didn’t help, but did help with Juggalos..

        So IMO I don’t know of one tech song that is ICP like.. some are darker, he still does those. But without those songs and the image and Juggalo’s help would tech be where he is now? so maybe it did help him..

      • ItGoesDownINtheDM

        good convo tho !!

      • hoeyuno

        Nah hip hop is in a weird state. I mean how many black kids do you see daily skateboarding with there new white friend.. I don’t think tech is catering more for black folks he just wasn’t in a position in 99 to get puffy and mase on a track.

      • Schooly B

        To be honest with you, though the ICP crowd helped Tech in the beginning they also served as a hinderance. I remember the first time I saw Tech on BET Uncut years ago and he was on that Juggalo shit and I was like, “Homie has a nice flow, but f- this clown sh-“… Imagine had he not been on that funny sh- where he would be right now. But then again some people enjoy the freedom that indie label affords them, so meh. What one man eats doesn’t make me sh-.

      • @Real_SirJamie

        Actually the painting of faces is an aboriginal/African thing not a “Clown/Juggalo thing” so Tech actually looks more like our people than a rapper draped in a European designers clothes. Just a thought. It’s a shame that rappers like him a Murs have to fit a stereotype to be accepted by “their people”.

      • Schooly B

        Actually doing all of that without providing clear context as to the why is as pointless as attempting to spin it to fit the original intent after getting “Clowned” for it (peep the double entendre lol). It’s basically like Kanye West performing Black Skinhead while rocking a leather kilt and a swastika tee shirt then claiming that he isn’t really supporting the Nazi party he’s actually promoting the original message of “goodness” and “higher self”. Uhhhh no, because the general populace is going to relate that to one thing and one thing only. As an artist one must beware of the images and histories we tie ourselves to. Because perception is reality, ask C Murder.

      • @Real_SirJamie

        I’m sure he could care less about what the general populace thinks about his paint. Face painting has always been a show of going to war. If you ever are blessed to witness a Tech show you’ll know why he does that. And the fact remains that face paint was around before clowns and the swastika was a symbol for hundreds (maybe thousands) of years before Adolph Hitler adopted it. Your comment proves that people need to educate themselves on history more instead of just accepting the first thing they hear/see. That’s like when Big Sean said he invented that one word simile flow (I’m at the top of the pole…totem/Got ya bitch hanging from my balls…Scrotum) and Ludacris showed that people have been rapping like that since the 80’s and Sean’s only response was… “Well… I’m not talking about then, I’m talking about now.” No sir. Just because people as a whole aren’t smart doesn’t mean I’m not.

      • Schooly B

        Oh no, I agree with you 100% percent which is why I made the point of highlighting the general populace’s’ natural response to these types of things. Knowledge is power and knowledge is free if you seek it. The thing is most people refuse to find that knowledge instead choosing to accept the “Ruler Approved Truths” that are fed to them. Never been to a Tech N9ne show but like I said when he first popped on my radar when I was a teen, that red hair and juggalo sh- made me turn to E! and watch “Wild On… With Brooke Burke” till his video went off. Couldn’t get with it based off of that alone (also because his video was shown on BET Uncut between “What That Thang Smell Like” and “I Aint Got No Painties On” and really I was not in the right mindstate to listen to a dude dressed like a clown rap. I’m just saying. Sad but true. Lol). That said once I got older and heard a song from him on pandora without knowing who it was he got my respect.

        In any case fam, much respect. Its always a pleasure to chop it up with another enlightened individual.

        Side Note: The swastika has been around since sanskrit was the predominant language of the land. Making it much older than the Nazi party or the nation that appropriated the symbol for their cause. This should come as no surprise considering that the Germans, more specifically the Nazi occult inner circle, had stolen many other symbols of power and relabeled them to fit into the myth of the master race that they were spinning for the German people of the time. Knowledge is the most powerful weapon there is. It allows us to control the uninitiated and to spot when someone else is shoveling us shit. Stay up bro.

      • ItGoesDownINtheDM

        agreed altho it is some african ish its the way he was doing it … but imo thats HIP HOP … we question what we dont understand … sooner or later Tech will school the people …. ignorance is bliss !! lol but dont fault people for it … just educate them

      • ItGoesDownINtheDM

        hey @ the end of the day it worked out for him … im the type to travel the long road for the long term benefits … i def salute Tech N9ne just cause your black your audience doesnt have to be and im sure he aint trippin over it just voicing what he sees thru his music i can dig it ……

      • hoeyuno

        I think you hit that nail right on the head. and if hip hop didn’t move into this skaterish token white friend era tech would still be spittin to a mainly caucasoid audience.

  • Tech is and has always been a dope MC, almost every song he’s put out I’ve liked, there are a few songs here and there I wasn’t the biggest fan of but I’ve always respected the grind and rhyme technique Tech N9ne delivers. Not too many artists can do what Tech’s done lyrically with the double time rhymes and there is no other artist who has done what Tech has done on the independent level, I mean Tech is doing collaborations with a lot of major artists in the main stream industry and he’s really the only one.

  • Jeannie Beck

    AMAZING AS ALWAYS!!!

  • Brandon Hunt

    Tech I’ve seen you when you were handing out CD’s down at the great mall long before any of this, I’ve seen u rap with the best, I respect you because you show the army love. Honestly there only so much more u can do, as a true fan I consider you up at the top. to be even mentioned in the same sentence of the greats is truly inspiring to me. your music has helped me so much through my life from many deployments hell I even had your song playing when I got hit I Iraq. with all that said thanks for being there for me in a way. your lyrics have helped me..with all that said EMINEM stop fingerpop’in in the studio and get down to KC!!!!!

  • hoeyuno

    Sounds dope. sadly I didn’t wait for t-pain… tech has always had the same style. he didn’t change for shit. hip hop or at least the mainstream transformed to suit him in a way.

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        Who’s Sarah bitch!! I know a rub n tug where a nice girl like you could make about the same.

  • Joey Barz

    I cant believe Tech is goin mainstream..so this is what its come down to a T-Pain auto-tune hook..WOW