Tech N9ne and Eminem Take No Time to Breathe On 'Speedom (Worldwide Choppers 2)'

Tech N9ne and Eminem Take No Time to Breathe On 'Speedom (Worldwide Choppers 2)'

Tech N9ne and Eminem break lyrical speed limits on their latest collaboration.

Published April 20, 2015

Tech N9ne has spoken highly about collaborating with Eminem again. After years of scheduling conflicts, it looks like Tech finally got his wish for his upcoming album, Special Effects. 


The Strange Music leader is a veteran in his own right, but the chance to work with Eminem has always been on his bucket list. For knowledgeable rap fans, Tech and Em appeared on “The Anthem,” which featured an elite roster of MCs, including Chino XLJay-O-FelonyKool G RapKRS-OnePharoahe MonchRZA and Xzibit.


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After that, we’ve been waiting for the next opportunity for the two spitters to get on a song together. “I think he makes everyone want to come with their A-game,” Tech said in a 2012 interview with Shade 45. “He's an elite MC.”


Internet-savvy listeners were able to get a preview of their highly anticipated track “Worldwide Choppers 2” when it leaked online today. The series dates back to 2007, when it was originally called “Midwest Choppers.” From then on, there have been further installments that feature a variety of MCs chopping, or rapping fast. In 2011, we were introduced to “Worldwide Choppers,” off All 6’s and 7’s, which featured Yelawolf, Busta RhymesTwista and more.


On part two, Tech is joined by the Detroit MC and Strange Music’s own Krizz Kaliko, who all display their rapid-fire deliveries and multi-syllable rhymes over production by Seven. Despite Tech’s claims that Em was supposed to appear on Something Else in 2013, the extra time was definitely worth it.


Listen to a legit version of the song here and look out for Special Effects, dropping on May 4.


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Written by Eric Diep

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