AOTY 2020
Tech N9ne - N9NA
Critic Score
Based on 2 reviews
User Score
Based on 39 ratings
Liked by 1 person
April 19, 2019 / Release Date
LP / Format
Strange Music / Label
Pop Rap / Genres
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Wow. I’m shocked. I actually liked this album. I think this is one of Tech’s best albums. Out of all the albums I’d heard from Tech N9ne, I only ever liked Something Else & the first Strangeulation, and now I can add this one to that list. I think one big reason that I enjoyed this one so much is the fact that he had fewer features. He said in an interview that he decided to put less features on this one because people couldn’t tell the difference between his ... read more
Ok, I'm seeing a bunch of 30s and 90s. I wasn't interested in listening to this, but now I feel I have to.

As a Tech N9ne fan, even I can say this is way too full of filler. That's always been his biggest weakness. Otherwise, it's more of the stuff I like from him, and some tracks are pretty cool.
It has some bangers fr but the second half is full of fillers.

Favourites: I Caught Crazy! (4ever), Hit The Ground Running, Like I Ain't, Green Lit
After Planet, I wasn't expecting much from Tech. At least in terms of Tech standards, I was just expecting some more of the same with some good tracks but a lot of filler. Thankfully, he switched up his formula for this album. From the start the production just hits you in the face in Lord of Weird. Heavy bass, the piano and synth in the back, the fast paced hi-hats, it all combines so well. It's a banger and this theme sticks throughout the entire album, even the sex songs. On top of that, ... read more
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Added on: April 20, 2019