If there was ever any doubt behind Kutt Calhoun’s status with Strange Music, the Kansas City Chief is setting things straight with a little bit of that “Strange $”. The brand new music video will follow-up “Bottle Service” as the second single from the Kelvin EP and give fans that raw and hardcore edge that they’ve come to expect from Kutt Calhoun. With “Strange $” set to snap back at the game, we’re serving up some exclusive behind the scenes shots from the set. Click to see the BTS…
As 2012 lined up to be one of the most successful years for Strange Music, fans sensed a noticeable silence from Kutt Calhoun. With only a few guest appearances on Strange Music albums, Kutt Calhoun was mostly absent as he geared up for his first-ever solo tour. All that’s about to change though as the Kansas City Chief is refocusing his efforts on brand new music, something he says is about to change everything listeners expect from him.
The flick says it all. Strange Music’s Kutt Calhoun was spotted with the legendary E-40 after a recent live performance. Ever since their collaboration on “You Don’t Wanna Funk” from Raw And Un-Kutt, fans have asked for more from the Kansas City Chief and the Bay Area Ambassador. Maybe it’s time for Forty Water to visit Strangeland once more.
With Kelvin on the way, Kutt Calhoun gets the VIP treatment on the set of the “Bottle Service” music video. Shot inside the Aura nightclub in Kansas City, the brand new music video from Kelvin had the bottles and KC crowd out in celebration as Ubiquitous of CES Cru, BG Bulletwound, Bryan B. Shynin, DJ Kittie, and JL of B. Hood stopped in to join the Kansas City Chief on set. You’ll have to wait for the visual, but for now click to check out the behind the scenes flicks!
Things got a little more interesting deep in the heart of Missouri. Slumerican recording artist Rittz recently stopped by the Strange Music HQ located in Kansas City, MO while in town as part of The Revival Tour 2012. This photo of Rittz and Tech N9ne was snapped inside the Strange Music HQ and gives fans more reason to look forward to their collaboration on the upcoming remix of “Bloody Murdah”. Stay tuned for more on Tech N9ne and Rittz!
First Rittz hit us with the visual, now comes the clean audio. In celebration of his signing with Strange Music, Rittz recently hit the lab for a revamp of Tech N9ne’ s 1997 cut, “Questions”. The track represented the first time Rittz ever heard Tech N9ne due to its placement on the Gang Related Soundtrack. With a nod to the Kansas City King and a gift to Strangeland, Rittz pondered his own set of questions over QD3′s production for a brand new remix that fans from any era can…
Monster Energy took cameras behind the scenes to catch all of the action leading up to the Hostile Takeover 2012 Tour. Watch as cameras catch the aura of excitement during rehearsals inside Strange Music HQ and the final moments before the tour officially started. Exclusive clips also showcase some of the finest Monster-fueled moments of the tour in Kansas City, MO. Crack open your favorite flavor of Monster and check out what goes into a record-breaking tour!
The struggles between good and evil have been present in Tech N9ne’s music for years. With his most recent release, E.B.A.H., the Kansas City King once again gave listeners a piece of his life and the conflicts that still plague him. Speaking to the Ottowa Sun, Tech discussed his current tour in Canada with Madchild of Swollen Members, which sees them take over Ottowa at the Ritual Nightclub on 9/29. Click to read!