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Boiling Point (K.O.D. Collection) by Tech N9ne

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Boiling Point (K.O.D. Collection)

Tech N9ne

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Album

Boiling Point (K.O.D. Collection)

Tech N9ne

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Label: Strange Music, Inc.
Tech N9ne's third EP in 2012 has two outstanding tracks. On "Fire in AC," he declares his support for Aurora, Colorado, where James Holmes massacred a theater full of moviegoers in the summer of 2012. "Burn in hell for eternity for what you did," he says. Then he imagines himself as a hunchbacked monster on "Heavy." "Ugly/ Bloody/ Pussin'/ Heavy/ Way more sinister than a deformed Jason or f*ck*n Freddy," he raps in a vivid description. The rest of Boiling Point riffs on familiar Tecca Nina themes, like the abortion debate ("Should I Killer") and his love for his rabid fan base ("Alone").

About This Album

Tech N9ne's third EP in 2012 has two outstanding tracks. On "Fire in AC," he declares his support for Aurora, Colorado, where James Holmes massacred a theater full of moviegoers in the summer of 2012. "Burn in hell for eternity for what you did," he says. Then he imagines himself as a hunchbacked monster on "Heavy." "Ugly/ Bloody/ Pussin'/ Heavy/ Way more sinister than a deformed Jason or f*ck*n Freddy," he raps in a vivid description. The rest of Boiling Point riffs on familiar Tecca Nina themes, like the abortion debate ("Should I Killer") and his love for his rabid fan base ("Alone").

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About This Album

Tech N9ne's third EP in 2012 has two outstanding tracks. On "Fire in AC," he declares his support for Aurora, Colorado, where James Holmes massacred a theater full of moviegoers in the summer of 2012. "Burn in hell for eternity for what you did," he says. Then he imagines himself as a hunchbacked monster on "Heavy." "Ugly/ Bloody/ Pussin'/ Heavy/ Way more sinister than a deformed Jason or f*ck*n Freddy," he raps in a vivid description. The rest of Boiling Point riffs on familiar Tecca Nina themes, like the abortion debate ("Should I Killer") and his love for his rabid fan base ("Alone").