Rapper Tech N9ne
recently confirmed that he is looking to delve into the heavy domain with his upcoming EP "Therapy
Set for a November 5 release, the metal-influenced EP will feature Limp Bizkit
guitarist Wes Borland
and drummer Sammy Siegler
, as well as production work from Ross Robinson
One of the new tracks, "Hiccup
," already dropped and is available for streaming below. "It came to me in a dream. The beat has a punkish feel,"
Tech N9ne said (via Loudwire
). "There are certain things I wanted to touch on with that song like Charles Ramsey. It's about evil people in the world who think they're going to get away with bad things, but there's always a hiccup in their plans because evil shall not prevail over angels."
When it comes to working with Robinson, the rapper commented: "I was always against going to psychiatrists. 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."
Earlier this year, Tech N9ne also collaborated
with System of a Down
frontman Serj Tankian
. Let us know what you think of the new tune in the comments.