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Aaron Dontez Yates, to the audiences known by his stage name of Tech N9ne, is a famous American rap artist. At the beginning of his career, Tech N9ne was perhaps best known as a member of a hip hop collective called “The Regime”. Created by Yukmouth, the group originally included N9ne, Govnormatic, Poppa LQ, Madmax, Phats Bossi and Dizzle Don.
Tech N9ne Net Worth $13 Million
In 1999, Tech N9ne together with Travis O’Guin founded an independent record label entitled “Strange Music”, which is located in Missouri. Some of the artists who are currently signed to the label include Big Scoob, Krizz Kaliko, Stevie Stone, Prozak and Murs. Later that year, Tech N9ne came out with his debut studio album called “The Calm before the Storm”. Even though the album failed to generate large public interest, the song “Questions” made it to the soundtrack of Jim Kouf’s crime film “Gang Related”, starring Tupac Shakur and James Belushi. Tech N9ne’s debut album was followed by “The Worst”, which came out in 2000, and “Anghellic”, which was released in 2001. The latter album is considered to be an iconic album in the horrorcore genre. “Anghellic” managed to spawn one single under the name of “It’s Alive”, while “Tormented” was featured in a television series called “Dark Angel” with Jessica Alba and Michael Weatherly. With the release of “Anghellic”, Tech N9ne’s music started to receive more public exposure. Up to date, Tech N9ne has released 14 studio albums, the most recent being “Strangeulation”, which came out in 2014.
A famous rapper, how rich is Tech N9ne? According to sources, Tech N9ne’s net worth is estimated to be $13 million, most of it coming from his rapping career.
Tech N9ne was born in 1971 in Missouri, United States. N9ne began his career by joining a rap group called “Black Mafia”. During his early career, Tech N9ne was a member of several groups, including “57th Street Rogue Dog Villains” and “Nnutthowze”, before joining “The Regime”. Before the release of his first studio album, Tech N9ne made a contribution to a song that featured Eminem, Xzibit, Kool G Rap and other famous rappers called “The Anthem”.
Tech N9ne reached his commercial success in 2002, with the release of his fourth studio album entitled “Absolute Power”. In addition to producing four singles, the album peaked at #79 on the Billboard 200 music chart, and managed to sell 250,000 copies. Tech N9ne’s success followed him over the years, as he released such works as “Killer”, “The Gates Mixed Plate”, and “Welcome to Strangeland” among many others. Tech N9ne has also made appearances during various important events, such as 2009 Rock the Bells Festival, as well as “The Gathering of the Juggalos”. Tech N9ne’s music began to be featured in various television shows, such as “The Hills”, “America’s Best Dance Crew”, and “My Super Sweet 16”, as well as in such video games as “25 to Life”, “Madden NFL 2006” and “EA Sports MMA”.
A famous rap artist, Tech N9ne has an estimated net worth of $13 million.
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|Birth date:||November 8, 1971|
|Birth place:||Kansas City, MO,|
|Education:||Southwest High School, Kansas City|
|Awards:||MTVU Music Awards - Leftfield Woodie Award (2009)|
|Music groups:||“57th Street Rogue Dog Villains”, “Nnutthowze”, “The Regime”|
|Movies:||06”, “EA Sports MMA”, On Tour: R“The Hills”, “America’s Best Dance Crew”, “My Super Sweet 16”, “2 5 to Life”, “Madden NFL 20eal Talk: Vol. 1 (2006), Born 2 Race, Gang Related, Alpha Dog, Our Heroes: The 25 Best Black Sports Movies (Ever), The Life of Lucky Cucumber|
|TV shows:||Dark Angel, I'm From Rolling Stone, My Super Sweet 16, The Hills, Spike Guys' Choice Awards, Warren The Ape|
|Albums:||“The Worst” (2000), “Anghellic” (2001), “Strangeulation” (2014), “The Storm” (2016), “Strangeulation” (2014), “Special Effects” (2015), “K.O.D.” (2009), “The Calm Before the Storm” (1999)|
More about Tech N9ne:
|Alleluia! The Devil's Carnival||2015||performer: "Hitting On All Sevens"|
|Rap Critic Reviews||2012-2014||TV Series performer - 2 episodes|
|A Deeper Shade of Blue||2011||Documentary performer: "Million Miles"|
|Big Fan||2009||writer: "Let's Dip" 2008 - as Aaron D. Yates|
|Death Racers||2008||Video performer: "Mad House" / writer: "Mad House"|
|Alpha Dog||2006||performer: "Caribou Lou", "Slither", "LA LA Land", "Night & Day", "Blank Zone 2" - as Tech N9ne|
|Madden NFL 2006||2005||Video Game performer: "The Beast"|
|Dark Angel||2001||TV Series performer - 1 episode|
|Night of the Living Dead: Darkest Dawn||2015||post-production||Zombie (voice)|
|Alleluia! The Devil's Carnival||2015||The Librarian|
|Town Bizzness Pt 1||2013||Video|
|Big Money Rustlas||2010|
|The Psychumentary||2008||Video documentary|
|Enter the House of Shock: A Shockumentary||2015||Documentary post-production||Himself|
|Mac Dre: Legend of the Bay||2015||Documentary completed||Himself - Interviewee|
|Jimmy Kimmel Live!||2014||TV Series||Himself - Musical guest|
|RapFix Live||2013-2014||TV Series||Himself|
|Tech N9ne: Straight Out the Gate||2013||Short||Himself|
|MENTALLUSIONS: Radical Eclectic Films of Benjamin Meade||2012||Himself|
|Mics on Fire||2010||Documentary||Himself|
|Unsung||2009||TV Series documentary||Himself|
|The Life of Lucky Cucumber||2009||Himself|
|The Hitchcock of HipHop||2008||Video||Himself|
|The Psychumentary||2008||Video documentary||Himself|
|Letter to the President||2005||Video documentary||Himself - Recording Artist|
|T9X: The Tech N9ne Experience||2004||Video documentary|
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|2016||BET Award||BET Awards||Video Director of the Year|
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|1||Europe [November 2012]|
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|1||Often wears white face paint when on stage.|