Tech N9ne Unveils Tracklist for “The Storm”

Tech N9ne - The Storm

After announcing the album in September, Tech N9ne unveils the tracklist and guest list for his forthcoming album, The Storm.

Due out Dec. 9, the deluxe version features 20 cuts and such guests as Logic, Joyner Lucas, Problem, Marsha Ambrosius, Jonathan Davis, Boyz II Men and Gary Clark Jr., as well as Strange Music labelmates Krizz Kaliko and Stevie Stone, among others.

And, as previously announced, The Storm is broken into three separate sections, taking listeners on a journey through the different sides of his personality.

Below is the tracklist for the deluxe version, broken down into each section: Kingdom, Clown Town and G. Zone.

"Need Jesus" (featuring Stevie Stone & JL)
"Sriracha" (featuring Logic & Joyner Lucas)
"Wifi (skit)"
"Wifi (WeeFee)"
"Erbody But Me" (featuring Bizzy & Krizz Kaliko)
"Get Off Me" (featuring Problem & Darrein Safron)

Clown Town
"I Get It Now" (featuring Krizz Kaliko)
"Hold On Me" (featuring Kate Rose)
"Starting To Turn" (featuring Jonathan Davis)
"Poisoning The Well"

G. Zone
"Buss Serves" (featuring Big Scoob & Young Devi D)
"No Runnin To Ya Mama"
"Buddha" (featuring Boyz II Men & Adrian Truth)
"No Gun Control" (featuring Gary Clark Jr. & Krizz Kaliko)
"What If It Was Me" (featuring Krizz Kaliko)
"Anywhere" (featuring Marsha Ambrosius)
"Til I'm Gone" (featuring Kiddo A.I.)
"The Needle" (featuring Krizz Kaliko)
"The Long Way" (featuring Krizz Kaliko)

  • TrillTalk

    Tech nina da god! This man is one of, if not the best, hardest working independent artist in history. He will never be duplicated in my time bt is definitely a livin legend

  • Parker

    I'm a lifelong Technician, and always will be. But seeing this is kind of disappointing. Tech has strayed so far from doing any solo work, all of his albums are becoming collaborative. This isn't a solo album, it's merely a label record, and with lackluster features. You can't go from an Eminem feature on Special Effects, to Boyz II Men. Are you serious, Boyz II Men? I'm hoping that's a joke. Anyways, I'd much rather Tech take his time and provide us fans with his best solo work, as opposed to mediocre collaboration cuts. Please don't continue on this path for the sake of your fans. You say Tech will never go mainstream, mainstream will go Tech. In hearing Erbody But Me, I'm afraid that sounds more like Tech going mainstream. I hope this fear of mine isn't true, and you stick to what you have always represented.

    P.S. Please return to the face paint. I understand it may take a while each night to apply, but when your fans are paying $50 for a GA ticket to see you perform, they deserve every bit of that real Tech n9ne eXperience. The mask/helmet is gimicky and is not true to yourself.