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  • Early in the year, it was announced that he would appear on Tech N9ne's "Speedom (Worldwide Choppers 2)".Eminem-Wikipedia
  • Busta Rhymes contributed to the 2011 Tech N9ne album All 6's and 7's, performing vocals on the single, "Worldwide Choppers", released on May 31.Busta Rhymes-Wikipedia
  • He was also featured on albums such as Drake's Take Care, Lil Wayne's Tha Carter IV and Tech N9ne's All 6s and 7s.T-Pain-Wikipedia
  • On August 24, 2011, Lil Wayne's album Tha Carter IV leaked, featuring a song entitled "Interlude" with Benjamin and fellow rapper Tech N9ne performing.Outkast-Wikipedia
  • The park's amphitheatre was renovated in 2010, and has hosted performances by acts such as Deftones, Tech N9ne, and Sevendust as well as numerous others.Fresno, California-Wikipedia
  • In June 2011, it was announced that B.o.B was featured and produced a song on Tech N9ne's twelfth studio album, All 6's and 7's.B.o.B-Wikipedia

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