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Bad Season (Mixed by DJ Whoo Kid)

Tech N9ne & DJ Whoo Kid

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A testament to the power of perseverance, Kansas City rapper Tech N9ne has dropped over a dozen albums since the late ‘90s, provided music for countless movies and television shows, and built up a huge following despite little-to-no mainstream airplay. Unlike many indie MCs who put out mix-tapes on an almost weekly basis, Tech had never dropped one, until now. Assembled by compilation kingpin DJ Whoo Kid, Bad Season features some excellent joints produced by Travis Barker, Dr. Dre, Haitian Super Heroes, and Cookin Soul. Subject-matter ranges from getting busy to the music ("Sex To The Beat") to staving off mental freakouts ("Losin' My Mind") and pledging undying allegiance to the hood ("Down For The Block"). His quick-tongued flow and charismatic verses are in full effect on every track – especially on the acapella throwdowns "Speed of Sound" and "Blammers and Burners", -- while the bold, neck-bending beats compliment his style perfectly. Whether you've been down with him since day one, or are just now catching on, this is a dope release from an artist who deserves to be huge

Customer Reviews

Better than a lot of rapper's albums

Yes it is free through BUT with this you get a new song, 3 unreleased a capellas, higher quality and it's untagged (no DJ shouts/ mess-abouts for anyone not too sure). The only negative is that there's no 'Hard Liqour', which could've done with being untagged seeing as it's the only one where Whoo Kid decides to rewind to the start, which he has a habit of doing.

It's free!

Althought this is quality mixtape, it is free LEGITMATlEY through the site *shugs*. Please don't pay 7.99.

Fantastic. Free or Not.

This album has a great consistent tempo, great lyrics and deep bass lines.

If you pay for it or not, its worth owning. I listen to this album while running, and it keeps me going and then some. The bare bones rhythm of "Table and Chest Press" is fantastic, and also infectious toe tapping music.


Born: 08 November 1971 in Kansas City, MO

Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

Like many underground rappers in the Midwest, Tech N9ne specialized in bizarre hardcore rap and stood as one of the few recognized rappers based in Kansas City when he debuted in the late '90s. He made the major-label jump with Anghellic (2001), which JCOR Entertainment released with the backing of Interscope Records. The album didn't find a large audience, though, and Tech N9ne returned to the underground and prepared his next album, Absolute Power (2002). A year later Tech N9ne's new label, Strange...
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Bad Season (Mixed by DJ Whoo Kid), Tech N9ne
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  • £10.99
  • Genres: Hip-Hop/Rap, Music
  • Released: 25 January 2011
  • Parental Advisory

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