Tech N9ne talks collaborating with Eminem

Tech N9ne has recently set down with HipHopDX where the legendary rapper talked about many topics, including his favorite mainstream collaborations. Here is what Tech said:

“I always wanted to work with Eminem, and I did a big one called “Speedom” with him and Krizz Kaliko, finally after 10 years. On the metal side, I’ve done stuff with Corey Taylor of Slipknot. I wanted to work with Slipknot for over a decade and I finally got that done. Marsha Ambrosius from Floetry, I’ve always been a fan and I finally was able to get a song with her, produced by Kon-Artist. Mr. Porter. My friend on a higher-up would make it happen for me. I’ve got a song with Tupac. With all my idols like Ice Cube, Brother J from X Clan. Boyz II Men, I’ve got a weed song with Boyz II Men. Me and Snoop, me and E-40, me and Too Short. I mean It just goes on forever.”

“The thing that blows my mind that from all that, from Kendrick to Jay Rock to Eminem, from everyone I just named, I didn’t have to pay for none of these features. All out of respect and love. They don’t charge me. And then I contributed to Eminem’s “Southpaw” soundtrack.”

You can watch the interview below:

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