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Tech N9ne Debuts at number 4 on Billboard for his All 6's and 7's LP

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Tech N9ne has many fans in Milwaukee, and apparently is very popular every where else as well. Tuesday saw the release of Tech N9ne's LP "All 6's and 7's" and it sold more than 55,000 copies making it the fourth highest selling album for this weeks Billboard 200.

Tech N9ne has some impressive company with the likes of Lady Gaga and Adele beside him on the charts. That's not all, in addition to grabbing the number four spot his release is ranked the number one independent album and rap album this week. Tech has said recently about rumors involving his transition into a major label, "They've already been calling, since last year or the year before. They've already been calling and asking us questions and stuff," according to MTV News.

With his own indi label having an estimated worth of around $15 million dollars, Tech N9ne said he would rather turn his own label into a "major" of sorts. "I think Strange Music will be the major this year or next year. It's looking that way," he said.

So how does Tech N9ne and his partner label founder/partner Travis O'Guin feel about being so high up on the charts? "I can give a sh-- about a chart position," "A fan telling me that they love the album means more than them little glass trophies. The people, I think, genuinely love the album."

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