|The Gates Mixed Plate|
|Studio album by|
|Released||July 27, 2010|
|Genre||Gangsta rap, Midwest hip hop, G-funk|
Charles S. Neal IV, Emaydee, Karbon, Matic Lee, Nardo, Robert Rebeck, Seven, Tech N9ne, Young Fyre
|Tech N9ne chronology|
|Tech N9ne Collabos chronology|
|Singles from The Gates Mixed Plate|
The Gates Mixed Plate is the tenth studio album by rapper Tech N9ne, which was released on July 27, 2010. It is the third album in the rapper's "Collabos" series, following the 2009 album Sickology 101. The album's name is in reference to the Kansas City Bar-B-Q restaurant Gates Bar-B-Q. The album's first single, "O.G." further references the restaurant.
The album has what the artists describes as "lighter music" after the 2009 album, K.O.D., took a "darker" approach. When speaking on the content of the album, the artist said the album "is full of party tracks because I'm trying to rejoice." The album also features guest appearances by Kutt Calhoun, Krizz Kaliko, Big Scoob, Brotha Lynch Hung, Stevie Stone, Jay Rock, Glasses Malone, Yukmouth, Devin the Dude, Irv Da Phenom, and many more.
On June 11, MTVU.com premiered the music video for the first single, "O.G." The video was directed by Dan Gedman. The single was featured in a list of the "Top 10 Party Anthems for Summer 2010" on ARTISTdirect.com along with the likes of "Can't Be Tamed" (Miley Cyrus), "Ms. Chocolate" (Lil' Jon) and "Alejandro" (Lady Gaga).
Both "O.G." and "Jumpin' Jax" were released as digital singles on June 29, 2010. The official video for "KC Tea" was released on the Strange Music YouTube channel on July 21, 2010. The video was directed by Dan Gedman.
The album sold 17,000 copies in its first week and 5,000 copies during its second. Record sales reached upwards of 22,000 copies in only 2 weeks. To date, album has sold about 50,000 copies.
|1.||"Ms. Walker / Brooklyn Martino Intro"||Robert Rebeck, Tech N9ne||0:16|
|2.||"O.G."||A. Yates, M. Summers, S. Watson||Seven||3:17|
|3.||"F U Pay Me" (featuring Krizz Kaliko & Makzilla)||A. Yates, J. Brunstetter, M. Queen, S. Watson, T. Winfrey||Young Fyre, Karbon||3:59|
|4.||"Gamer" (featuring Kutt Calhoun & Krizz Kaliko)||A. Yates, M. Calhoun Jr., M. Dupree, S. Watson||Mike Dupree||4:13|
|5.||"Jumpin' Jax" (featuring Stevie Stone, Krizz Kaliko & Bishop Young Don)||A. Yates, E. Dixon, J. Brunstetter, S. Watson, S. Williams & T. Winfrey||Young Fyre, Karbon||4:58|
|6.||"Keep It One Hunit" (featuring Big Scoob, Glasses Malone & Irv Da Phenom)||A. Yates, C. Penniman, J. Brunstetter, M. Irving Jr., S. Ashby Jr., T. Winfrey||Young Fyre, Karbon||4:12|
|7.||"Pow Pow" (featuring Kutt Calhoun, Mon. E.G. The Ghostwriter, Riv Locc & Tay Diggs)||A. Yates, G. Bolton, L. Young, M. Calhoun Jr., M. Dean, M. Tyler||Demolishbeatz||5:17|
|8.||"Harvey Dent"||A. Yates, M. Dupree||Mike Dupree||2:49|
|9.||"Tony G Intro"||Robert Rebeck||0:13|
|10.||"What's Next" (featuring Craig Smith, Krizz Kaliko & Oobergeek)||A. Yates, C. Smith, M. Dupree, M. Yates, S. Watson||Mike Dupree||4:11|
|11.||"Afterparty" (featuring Kutt Calhoun & Devin the Dude)||A. Yates, D. Copeland, M. Calhoun Jr., M. Dupree||Mike Dupree||4:09|
|12.||"Too Many Girls" (featuring Krizz Kaliko & Sundae)||A. Yates, J. Appleby, S. Austin, S. Watson||Matic Lee||4:22|
|13.||"Pu Wah Wah" (performed by 816 Boyz)||A. Yates, M. Calhoun Jr., M. Queen, M. Summers, S. Watson||Seven||4:20|
|14.||"Sean Tyler Intro"||Robert Rebeck||0:13|
|15.||"KC Tea" (featuring Krizz Kaliko)||A. Yates, M. Summers, S. Watson||Seven||4:02|
|16.||"JT Quick Intro"||Robert Rebeck||0:23|
|17.||"Oh You Didn't Know" (featuring Irv Da Phenom & The Popper)||A. Yates, L. Young, M. Irving Jr., W. Edwin||Demolishbeatz||4:13|
|18.||"Far Out" (featuring J.L. of B. Hood, P.R.E.A.C.H. & Stevie Stone)||A. Yates, E. Bothazy, J. Varnes, L. Young, S. Williams||Demolishbeatz||4:38|
|19.||"Paper with Brian B Shynin Intro" (featuring Jay Rock, Joe Vertigo & Krizz Kaliko)||A. Yates, B. Shynin, C. Neal IV, J. McKenzie, J. Watson, S. Watson||Charles S. Neal IV||4:02|
|20.||"Loud" (featuring Alan Wayne tha Pradagy, Bizzy & Irv Da Phenom)||A. Yates, A. Wayne, L. Young, M. Irving Jr., T. Oglesby||Demolishbeatz||4:50|
|21.||"Need More Angels with Prayer by Brother K.T." (featuring Irv Da Phenom)||A. Yates, K. Taylor, M. Dupree, M. Irving Jr.||Mike Dupree||4:52|
|22.||"Doin' It" (Bonus Track) (featuring Chillest Illest, OME & Yukmouth)||A. Yates, J. Ellis, J. Pringle, L. Young, S. Mitchell||Demolishbeatz||3:41|
|Strange Music pre-order digital bonus track|
|23.||"What's Yo Psycho?" (performed by Nnutthowze; featuring Brotha Lynch Hung)||Demolishbeatz||4:34|
|US Billboard 200||13|
|US Independent Albums (Billboard)||1|
|US Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums (Billboard)||5|
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