REVIEW album Tech N9NE featuring Marley Young P.O.W. (Single)

Tech N9NE’s New Collabos Single “P.O.W.”

Chart-topping multiplatinum hip-hop legend and the most successful independent rapper of all-time, Tech N9ne uncorks a hard-hitting new collabos single entitled “P.O.W.” featuring Marley Young out now via Strange Music.

The production threads together neon keys with a hypnotic beat-craft. An immediately irresistible refrain captures the message as Marley Young reminds, “Got plaques on the wall just to show you where I been, and I’m still independent.” Tech replies with a lyrical warning, “In-de-pendent… I’m the landlord you the tenant.” Asserting his dominance and holding nothing back, he proceeds to breathlessly rap with one quotable bar after another.

The track continues yet another prolific season for Tech. Last month, he delivered the collabos anthem “You Know Where You Can Go.” It has already piled up nearly 319K Spotify streams as well as 113K YouTube views on the music video. Meanwhile, Sway’s Universe raved, “In the world of hip-hop, few names resonate as powerfully as Tech N9ne. The icon has once again set the bar high with his latest collaboration single, ‘You Know Where You Can Go’.” It also notched plugs from The Hype Magazine, V13, and more.

It landed in the wake of the collabos track “Roll Call” with Rittz and featuring King Iso, Joey Cool, JL, Lex Bratcher, and X-Raided. The latter has already stacked up over 1.4MM YouTube views on the music video. In addition to plugs from Rock The Bells, Ghost Cult Magazine, The Hype Magazine, and more, his hometown television station KCTV5 hailed it as “explosive.”

“Roll Call” notably stood out as the first collabos release in seven years since the eighth album in the series, Strange Reign, dropped in 2017. It remains a Strange Music institution with Tech uniting the finest MCs in his ecosystem to do what they do best. Most importantly, it hints at a whole lot more to come soon.

“P.O.W.” only accelerates his momentum in 2024…

Canvasing the country this Spring, he hits the road for a series of live shows, kicking off on April 17 at the Arcata Theatre Lounge in Arcata, California.

Treading new territory yet again, Tech will also team up for a very special first-of-its-kind performance with the Kansas City Symphony on May 4 at Midland Theatre. It promises to be unlike anything he’s ever done. Reflecting the excitement leading up to this unique performance, tickets for the show have now sold out!