Missouri-born rapper Tech N9ne has famously joined forces with everyone from Cee Lo Green and B.o.B to long-haired 60s rockers The Doors (yes, really) and Eminem. His latest collaborator is Darrein Safron, newly signed to Tech’s artist roster Strange Music, who adds his honey-smooth, almost feminine RnB vocals to Tech’s latest track. ‘My crew’s all tripped out, off that real good green,’ he croons: a perfect, melodic foil to Tech’s staccato rapping, the ‘chopper’ style he made famous back in the 90s. It’s a grower for certain, and a party song for those who want to lounge in the VIP area.
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