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The Gates Mixed Plate [PA]

  • 1. Ms. Walker/Brooklyn Martino Intro
    2. O.G.
    3. Fu Pay Me - (featuring Krizz Kaliko)
    4. Gamer
    5. Jumpin' Jax - (featuring Bishop "Young Don" Dixon/Krizz Kaliko)
    6. Keep It One Hunit - (featuring Glasses Malone/Irv Da Phenom/Big Scoob)
    7. Pow Pow - (featuring Gregory Bolton/Marco Tyler/Kutt Calhoun)
    8. Harvey Dent
    9. Tony G Intro
    10. What's Next - (featuring Marcus Yates)
    11. Afterparty - (featuring Devin the Dude)
    12. Too Many Girls - (featuring Krizz Kaliko)
    13. Pu Wah Wah
    14. Sean Tyler Intro
    15. KC Tea
    16. JT Quick Intro
    17. Oh You Didn't Know - (featuring The Popper)
    18. Far Out - (featuring Stevie Stone/Jason Varnes/Erik Bothazy)
    19. Paper/Brian B Shynin Intro - (featuring Joe Vertigo/Johnny McKenzie)
    20. Loud - (featuring Bizzy/Alan Wayne)
    21. Need More Angels - (featuring Irv Da Phenom)
    22. Doin' It - (featuring Jesse Pringle/Yukmouth)
  • Additional Info
    Manufacturer Part Number (MPN): SMI 79

  • Credits

    Recording information: Coughee House Studio.
    Arriving just 15 months after his last collabos album (Sickology 101), nine months after his last official album (K.O.D.), four months after a remix EP (The Lost Scripts of K.O.D.), and probably just days after he got off one of his never-ending tours, the high-quality Gates Mixed Plate finds eccentric rapper Tech N9ne in the "prolific" category, but not the "overly prolific" category. If that doesn't seem like a feat, take into consideration that there are no less than 21 quality tracks included here and Tech himself goes hard the whole way, even when he could coast on the skills of all his collabo partners. Top it off with one of Tech's few solo tracks, the party-starter "O.G.," being the supreme highlight and the man's ability to churn it out is nothing if not impressive. Plus he's cool enough to drop a Zapp reference ("Get her hot and ready/Listening to Roger Troutman") and smart enough to return to some good-time music after the great but horribly dark K.O.D. All that said, his collabos series is comprised of very loose albums when compared to his normal releases, so give it a try once you've checked his regular output. ~ David Jeffries

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