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Tech N9ne, ‘Public School’ – Exclusive Song Premiere

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Underground rap king Tech N9ne is set to unleash the metal-infused EP ‘Therapy,’ produced by Ross Robinson and featuring contributions from Limp Bizkit’s Wes Borland and Glassjaw’s Sammy Siegler. In order to give music fans a taste of what’s to come, Tech N9ne has teamed up with Loudwire and The BoomBox to offer an exclusive premiere of the track ‘Public School.’

The full name of the Tech N9ne release is ‘Therapy: Sessions With Ross Robinson,’ giving the EP’s producer major billing, as well. As many rock and metal fans know, Robinson is the man who twiddled the knobs on releases from Slipknot, Korn, Machine Head and more.

“I was always against going to psychiatrists,” Tech N9ne says of his collaboration with Robinson. “I’m usually my own psychiatrist. Music is therapeutic for me. However, I went to one, and his name was Ross Robinson. We would just talk in the studio. It was super uncomfortable initially. A lot of your raw thoughts are embarrassing. I don’t typically share like that in front of anybody. Ross made me pull those out in front of him. He talked to me in a different way.”

‘Public School’ features a guest spot from Krizz Kaliko. After a lengthy Middle Eastern-infused instrumental, the track kicks in with some metal force as Tech N9ne delivers lines about the problems he faced back in his school days. Along with his rapped verses, the track features a few metal gutterals.

Tech N9ne’s ‘Therapy’ EP drops Nov. 5, but you can pre-order the disc at iTunes now. You can also catch Tech N9ne on his current fall 2013 tour. Click here for dates.

Listen to Tech N9ne’s ‘Public School’ [Contains NSFW Language]:

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