Tech N9ne & Logic Put Hot Sauce On Their Flows So They Can Spit Fire (Audio)

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Months ago, Heads got to see a video of Tech N9ne and Logic backstage trading techniques on how to rap incredibly fast, both in the studio and on stage. While it was satisfying to see a veteran MC and a younger one building and learning from each other, it also sparked some curiosity and had fans wondering what it would be like to hear them both on the same song together. That time has finally come, as the two MCs teamed up with Joyner Lucas to bring us “Sriracha.”

Named after the pepper hot sauce, the song has all three MCs spitting flames over a certified head-nodder produced by Seven, and even has Tech singing the Frank’s RedHot Sauce slogan on the hook. While Logic & Tech’s backstage discussion was about spitting at rapid flows, this song has them alternating speeds and riding the beat like true technicians, before Joyner Lucas comes in and really cranks up the treadmill. With lyrics about their approach to their craft, “Sriracha” serves as a dedication to the technical aspects of rapping, and shows that both the older and newer generation of Hip-Hop artists have a true appreciation for it.

Related: Logic & Tech N9ne Competitively Compare Notes On How To Rap Incredibly Fast (Video)

#BonusBeat: Tech N9ne also recently released the music video for the first single off of his new album, The Storm (December 9, 2016):