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Hip Hop Legend Tech N9ne Announces April 19th Release Date For ‘N9NA’ Album

Tech N9ne’s new N9NA album is slated for an April 19, 2019 release. The 21-track effort is a direct response to comments the pioneering Kansas City rapper has gotten from his rabid supporters.

“Fans have been asking for an album centered around just Tech N9ne with minimal features, so I give them N9NA,” Tech N9ne explains. “This is me, wholeheartedly. It’s something for my die-hard fans and an introduction for all newcomers. I’m rapping like never before – like I’ve never sold a Gold or Platinum record.”

N9NA is available on iTunes for pre-order HERE. Fans who pre-order N9NA will receive eight Instagrat tracks from N9NA Collection 1 and N9NA Collection 2. Those who order aphysical copy of N9NA from Strange Music here will get the Instagrat track “Disparagement” featuring Krizz Kaliko and King ISO.

Tech N9ne plans to release music videos for several N9NA tracks: “Like I Ain’t,” “EF U (Easier For You)” featuring Krizz Kaliko and Jelly Roll, “I Caught Crazy! (4Ever),” “Disparagement” featuring Krizz Kaliko and King ISO, and “N9NA.”

N9NA features 13 new tracks, as well as eight songs released as part of N9NA Collection 1and N9NA Collection 2.

A week before N9NA arrives, Tech N9ne will hit the road to headline the “It Goes Up Tour 2019.” In addition to Tech N9ne (along with Krizz Kaliko), the tour will feature DAX, ¡Mayday!, and UBI of Ces Cru. Slated to hit 55 cities in the United States, including Chicago, Los Angeles, Houston, Denver, Seattle, and Phoenix, the tour is scheduled to launch April 11 in Omaha, Nebraska. The “It Goes Up Tour 2019” is set to conclude June 19 in Wichita, Kansas.

While on the “It Goes Up Tour 2019,” Tech N9ne will be celebrating the expanded presence of Bou Lou, a collaboration with Boulevard Brewing Company. Inspired by his hit song “Caribou Lou,” Bou Lou is a wheat beer infused with pineapple, coconut, and rum flavors. Following a successful limited release in 2018, Bou Lou will be available in stores throughout Boulevard’s distribution footprint and at most stops on the “It Goes Up Tour 2019.”

Tech N9ne is the most successful independent artist in rap history. His “Caribou Lou” single was certified platinum in 2017, while his “Hood Go Crazy” and “Fragile” singles were both certified gold in 2016. The Missouri rapper started 2019 with back-to-back tours in Europe and Canada with Krizz Kaliko. His European trek took him to more than 15 countries, including England, France, Russia, Sweden, and Ireland.

Tech N9ne’s N9NA album tracklist:

  1. Le Horde (Intro) :29
  2. Lord Of Weird 2:31
  3. N9NA 3:22
  4. Hit The Ground Running (featuring JL & King Iso) 3:18
  5. Like I Ain’t 3:43
  6. Green Lit (featuring King Iso & Maez301) 3:15
  7. Chuki Fever 3:35
  8. F’n Do It (featuring JL & Futuristic) 3:30
  9. Don’t Let Me Fall (featuring Krizz Kaliko) 3:07
  10. You Line! (featuring Krizz Kaliko) 3:05
  11. EDI’s 2:59
  12. Rata (featuring Krizz Kaliko) 3:06
  13. F.T.I. 2.0 2:44
  14. She Fell 4:24
  15. Sink 3:26
  16. H.O.B. (featuring Navé Monjo) 3:55
  17. Ion Memba (featuring C-Mob) 3:03
  18. Active (featuring Krizz Kaliko) 3:15
  19. EF U (Easier For You) (featuring Krizz Kaliko & Jelly Roll) 3:55
  20. I Caught Crazy! (4Ever) 2:52
  21. I’m Sorry (featuring Church Boii) 3:59

Ahead of his 55-date “It Goes Up Tour 2019,” Tech N9ne has unveiled this tour video:

Tech N9ne’s “It Goes Up Tour 2019” dates are listed below. Please visit for full details and to purchase VIP packages.

April 11, 2019 Omaha, NE
April 12, 2019 Sioux Falls, SD
April 14, 2019 Aberdeen, SD
April 16, 2019 Billings, MT
April 17, 2019 Boise, ID
April 18, 2019 Spokane, WA
April 19, 2019 Seattle, WA
April 20, 2019 Eugene, OR
April 22, 2019 Portland, OR
April 23, 2019 Sacramento, CA
April 24, 2019 Santa Cruz, CA
April 25, 2019 Petaluma, CA
April 26, 2019 Berkeley, CA
April 27, 2019 Bakersfield, CA
April 28, 2019 Santa Ana, CA
April 29, 2019 Los Angeles, CA
April 30, 2019 San Diego, CA
May 1, 2019 Las Vegas, NV
May 2, 2019 Tempe, AZ
May 3, 2019 Tucson, AZ
May 5, 2019 Salt Lake City, UT
May 6, 2019 Grand Junction, CO
May 8, 2019 Columbia, MO
May 9, 2019 Indianapolis, IN
May 10, 2019 Grand Rapids, MI
May 11, 2019 Milwaukee, WI
May 12, 2019 Chicago, IL
May 15, 2019 Bar Nunn, WY
May 16, 2019 Colorado Springs, CO
May 17, 2019 Denver, CO
May 18, 2019 Denver, CO
May 19, 2019 Albuquerque, NM
May 21, 2019 San Antonio, TX
May 22, 2019 Austin, TX
May 23, 2019 Houston, TX
May 24, 2019 Dallas, TX
May 28, 2019 Louisville, KY
May 29, 2019 Columbus, OH
May 30, 2019 Cincinnati, OH
May 31, 2019 Sauget, IL
June 2, 2019 Des Moines, IA
June 4, 2019 Davenport, IA
June 5, 2019 Detroit, MI
June 6, 2019 Cleveland, OH
June 7, 2019 Lancaster, PA
June 8, 2019 Worcester, MA
June 9, 2019 Hartford, CT
June 11, 2019 Silver Spring, MD
June 12, 2019 Virginia Beach, VA
June 13, 2019 Raleigh, NC
June 14, 2019 Atlanta, GA
June 16, 2019 Greenville, SC
June 17, 2019 Nashville, TN
June 18, 2019 Springfield, MO
June 19, 2019 Wichita, KS