Tech N9ne drops "Aw Yeah?" (interVENTion), the intro off his new upcoming album Special Effect. Tech asks God why injustices are happening all around the world on "Aw Yeah?." He discusses the Mike Brown incident, Boko Haram attacks in Nigeria, Bill Cosby's rape scandal, and O.T. Genasis’ “Coco.” It's a very powerful record that feels more like a frustrated open letter than a rap song. Either way this track is fire and is especially needed in hip-hop right now. The Kansas City MC raps, “Now on this album, Special Effects, I’m starting with my darkness again, just like it started on Anghellic. It started in hell. Yes, my own hell. Now it’s starting dark again with ‘Aw Yea? / Intervention’. You’ve got the nine piece choir singing ‘Audire Domine.’ It’s Latin for ‘Listen, Lord.’ I said I wanted a song where I was talking to God and Isaac Kates came through with his nine piece choir and fucking killed it. Fucking beautiful! The whole song means something… It’s called ‘Aw Yea? / Intervention’ because I need one after seeing all this shit over the years. I let it all loose in one song.”

The rapid-fire spitta rarely releases the first song off of a new album. However he felt the world needed to hear this track. "I like to always surprise my fans with the opening track on my albums and keep them guessing on which direction I'm headed, but this time, we had to get this song out, the world needs to hear this," said Tech.

Special Effects, which will be released via Strange Music Inc., is Tech's 15th studio album. The LP drops May 5. Tech's new album will be accompanied with the Special Effects Tour in the Spring that will span April through May 2015.

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