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“We’re playing with music, letting people know that we got this,” Tech N9ne says.“What it turned into, after my mom passed June 6, 2014, we still kept the same thing of affecting the music and the beats, but it got real serious, man.” Tech N9ne gets serious in each section of Special Effects, which is broken into 10 portions (each of which has its own subdivision), starting with “Sunday Morning” and running through the entire week before concluding with another “Sunday” installment and an “Encore.” The “Wednesday” section is dedicated to lyricism and features a collaboration Tech N9ne’s been working on since 1999.
But, as Tech N9ne has found, success doesn’t always shield you from loss, setbacks and jealousy. We’re going to party the pain away.” And Special Effects is the perfect elixir – for Tech N9ne and for the rest of us.
“It’s messed up that money changes everybody around you and not necessarily you,” Tech N9ne says. He is one of the most successful and prolific independent rappers of all time.
They don’t like each other much and they’re fighting over this girl.” Switching gears, Tech N9ne gets serious about making music for the clubs with “Hood Go Crazy.” The song features 2 Chainz and B.o.
B, and harkens back to Tech N9ne’s roots as a dancer. “Just like I did ‘Planet Rock 2K,’ ‘Let’s Get Fucked Up’ and a lot of the party songs I’ve done, being three-dimensional.
Eminem appears with Tech N9ne and Krizz Kaliko on “Speedom (WWC2),” one of the best rap exercises ever recorded.
Each rapper flows at breakneck speed while clearly articulating each word of their mind-blowing raps.He has recorded a string of revered collaborative albums with Fashawn, 9th Wonder and Slug of Atmosphere (as Felt).He’s also the owner and founder of the groundbreaking Paid Dues festival, which highlights the best underground rap on the planet.Even though having Eminem on Special Effects may bring Tech N9ne extra attention, he didn’t secure the appearance for name recognition.“I got Eminem on the album because I love what he does and he’s on the top of his game,” Tech N9ne explains.So, I made the song with two rappers dating the same chick.She got busted with one of them and they both knew each other.“A lot of people said to her, ‘I know MURS from Paid Dues and I know him from being around, but I don’t know who he is or what he does.’ Jay Z is the ex-crack dealer, hustler rapper. I feel like I have a duality and I’m hard to classify. It always evoked an emotion, so I figured, ‘Why not make it the title of the album?’” MURS came full circle while making Have A Nice Life, reconnecting with childhood friend and platinum, Grammy-nominated producer Jesse Shatkin (Sia, Kelly Clarkson, Kosha Dillz), who produced the majority of the project and helped shape its sonic vision.“It has a need to be angelic, to be good, to take all that madness and let it explode and shake the masses and put it back on the evil people,” Tech N9ne explains. I was really angry with people’s evilness and was dealing with my confusion about my mom, about why she was so tormented. It’s just me talking to God and really letting the darkness take over me, but still turn it on the evil.It’s all in me, but then I turn it back on them, the evil that they made.” As the album heads into its final sections, Tech explains how people have turned on him with “A Certain Comfort,” discusses losing longtime friends to disagreements on “Burn It Down” and details bringing people together on “Life Sentence.” With “Dyin’ Flyin’,” he addresses people’s claims that he’s selling out, while “Worldly Angel” sums Tech N9ne up as a human: the good and the bad, the confusion and the joy.