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General News / December 8, 2018

Tech N9ne confirmed for first ever Irish show

General News / December 8, 2018

Tech N9ne confirmed for first ever Irish show

With dozens of albums and collaborations with artists as prolific as Eminem, Lil Wayne, Kendrick Lamar, Snoop Dogg & more, Tech N9ne is a true MC’s MC.

 

His flow and subject matter have been bitten many times over the years, but there’s no one like him and his influence on hip hop is often grossly understated.

Street Smarts, Stylistic Murder and Voodoo Lounge are coming together to finally bring the Kansas City rapper, actor and producer to Ireland.

He’ll take to the stage of Voodoo Lounge (or 39/40, or Index, or whatever it’s actually called these days) on January 31 with special guest Krizz Kaliko and local support to be announced. Tickets on sale Wednesday December 12.