Tech N9ne’s Strange Music Signs Young Bleed

Indie rap juggernaut Strange Music, headed by Tech N9ne, continue to add to their growing roster, with the signing of former No Limit Records rapper, Young Bleed. According to KevinNottingham.com, the Baton Rouge rapper finally made things official recently, after working out the details since May. Bleed is best known for his hit single, "How Ya Do Dat", which featured C-Loc and Master P, and appeared on his 1998 debut, My Balls and My Word...
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Strange Music’s Big Scoob Is A ‘Damn Fool’ — Drops New Album

BIG SCOOB IS A DAMN FOOL! The "fool" has always balanced out the pride of the king. It's no different with Strange Music founder Tech N9ne and his longtime buddy Big Scoob. Big Scoob is no ordinary fool, however, as his 26-track new album makes clear: he's a Damn Fool, the title of the upcoming opus. Who else but Scoob would describe his car as "shining like a can of root beer"? "Growing up in the 'hood in Kansas City, a damn fool..."

ยกMayday! Inks Deal With Tech N9ne’s Strange Music Imprint

Florida-bred hip-hop group, ยกMayday!, announced some big news this week, when their camp revealed that have inked a deal with rising indie label, Strange Music, headed by Kansas City's Tech N9ne. When the members of !Mayday! got the news that they are officially Strange's newest act, they quickly broke out the ceremonial bottle of Flor de Caรฑa rum that they tap "every time something cool happens to this band" ...

Jay Rock Inks Deal With Tech N9ne’s Strange Music

Watts, Calif. rapper Jay Rock has just inked a new deal with indie powerhouse Strange Music, the rising label built by Kansas City's Tech N9ne. The 24-year-old rapper was previously signed to Warner Bros. Records, but despite dropping the popular Lil Wayne-assisted "All My Life" single, he sat on the shelf. Fortunately, he was able to get a release from his contract...