TECH N9NE Releases Blockbuster Music Video For His Song “Still Right Here”



November 30, 2022 (Los Angeles, CA) Closing out a monumental chapter with a bold big screen-worthy statement, Tech N9ne proudly presents a cinematic new music video for “Still Right Here” [feat. X-Raided, Garrett Raff, & Simeon] today via his Strange Music label. It stands out as the final release from his massive 22nd full-length LP, ASIN9NE, released in October 2021.

Listen to ASIN9NEHERE 

About the video, Tech N9ne commented, “’Still Right Here’ is a MASSIVE song and shooting the video was just that, A MASSIVE PRODUCTION! We went all out on this one and trust me when I say, it’ll be worth the wait”.

The visual plays out like an epic sci-fi drama. It focuses on a cohort of space travelers, including Tech, X-Raided, Garrett Raff, and Simeon. Their ship floats through the galaxy in a haze of breezy loneliness evocative of the track’s chantable chorus. The clip intercuts moments on a remote desert planet as the otherworldly search continues with more questions.

Tech N9ne - Still Right Here (feat. X-Raided, Garrett Raff & Simeon) | Official Music Video

This interplanetary journey notably came to life on Strange’sin-house soundstage in Kansas City buoyed by striking CGI and special effects. At the same time, X-Raided’s bulletproof flow proves incendiary, while Simeon shines with swagger and style. In between Raff’s soulful hook, Tech gets introspective on an impactful verse of his own. It offers a fitting conclusion to the ASIN9NE age.

Which brings us to what’s next…Right now, Tech is putting the finishing touches on his anxiously awaited 23rd full-length offering due out in Spring 2023. He just returned from a triumphant run across New Zealand and Australia.

Meanwhile, X-Raided recently made his Strange Music debut withN01 Is Safe, stirring up buzz and setting the stage for an explosive 2023.

Tech N9ne reached another level altogether with ASIN9NE. The chart-topping multiplatinum hip-hop legend and most successful independent rapper of all-time reeled n hundreds of millions of streams on the LP thus far. The smash single “Face Off” [feat. Joey CoolKing Iso, & Dwayne Johnson] has eclipsed 144 million streams and 67 million YouTube views on the official music video. It took over TikTok, catapulted to #1 on the iTunes Top Hip-Hop/Rap Songs Chart, and trended at #1 on YouTube for 3 days. In addition to crashing the Top 100 of the Billboard Top 200, ASIN9NE clinched #3 on the Current Rap Albums Chart, #3 on the Current R&B/Hip-Hop Albums Chart, #10 on the Current Digital Albums Chart, #11 on the Top Independent Albums Chart, #12 on the Digital Albums Overall Chart, #15 on the Internet Albums Chart, and more. Not to mention, “Face Off” vaulted to #4 on the Bubbling Under Hot 100 Singles Chart, #3 on the R&B/Hip-Hop Songs Core Genre Chart, and #14 on the Digital Song Sales Chart.

Tech is still right here, and there’s a whole lot more to come.

One of the most insane, influential, and impactful legacies in hip-hop belongs to Tech N9ne. He has consistently accomplished the impossible from outside of the system. He’s bucked every trend, overturned all expectations, and not only built a culture, but a whole damn world with Strange Music. The craziest thing is how far he’s come since co-founding Strange Music back in 2000. The Kansas City, MO rapper has gone from packed Midwest underground shows to the annual Forbes “Cash Kings” list multiple times, the cover of XXL, the playlists of Sir Elton John and Dwayne Johnson, and national commercials for the Super Bowl champion Kansas City Chiefs. Beyond tallying billions of streams and views, he has scored four platinum singles, three gold singles, and a gold album. He has notched 23 entries on the Billboard Top albums Chart and remains the record holder for “most Top 10 albums on the rap chart.” Not to mention, he cracked the Top 5 of the Billboard Top 200 four times. His collaborators have ranged from EminemThe DoorsLil WayneTupacBoyz II MenT.I.MGKFlatbush Zombies, and Gary Clark, Jr. to SlipknotSystem of a DownDeftones, and Logic. Mainstream went Tech when he ignited ABC’s Jimmy Kimmel LIVE! Meanwhile, Complex mused upon “How Kendrick Lamar Became a Star With Help From Tech N9ne.” He has sold out hundreds of shows as part of a relentless schedule. Not to mention, he introduced his own craft beer Bou Lou—in partnership with Kansas City’s own Boulevard Brewery.

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