R.J. and Technique – 1965

R.J. and Technique – The Note Book


Real nice album by R.J & Technique, first time I hear of them, but looking forward to more… download and let us know what you think.

About R.J. & Technique:

“Born and raised on the South Side of Chicago, IL, “R.J.” Crawford and Byron “Technique” Johnson failed to realize the potential they both had as emcees until high school where they formed the duo “R.J. and Technique.” Since both were sophomores, they released up to nine street albums combined, including three solo efforts. With the release of yet another LP, “Crash Sanaa,” they supply a unique offering to Chicago’s underground hip hop scene over tracks completely produced by Stevo. What started out as an EP initially, quickly grew into a full length album with the idea of painting a collage of different scenarios and concepts that a variety of people can easily relate to. Besides a guest spot by Chicago’s own Savant, they both lyrically handle the bulk of the project. With a mood that is sometimes dark, sometimes vibrant, and other times thought provoking, it is hard not to get captivated in the world that is vividly created by the two emcees.”


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