The king of Kansas City hip-hop collaborated with Atlanta radio star B.o.B. over the weekend for his new album, according to Tech's blog:
B.o.B. visited with Tech N9ne and Strange Music. Sharing pictures of the two over Twitter, Tech would later go on to confirm that the two had in fact worked on a song together. Could we see the collaboration on All 6s And 7s?
You'll recognize B.o.B. from his various radio hits, including "Nothin' on You," "Airplanes" and "Magic." He also appeared with Kansas City's Janelle Monae during a Grammy performance this year. Tech's new album, All 6s and 7s, is due for release on June 7, 2011, and reportedly will also include guest spots from Snoop Dogg, Nas, Cee-Lo, and the Deftones. (Tech also hopes to feature both Lil Wayne and T-Pain on his single, "Fuck Food.")
Tech already rules Kansas City, but fans everywhere are wondering if this will be the Strange rapper's big break. What do you think?