Apashe Enlists Tech N9ne For Fiery New Single “Insane”

Riding a wave of momentum from recent singles ‘Distance’ and ‘Uebok (Gotta Run)’, Apashe continues to showcase his production prowess with ‘Insane’, the third single to release ahead of his full Renaissance LP, set for the end of winter. The Montreal based producer recruited coveted rap icon Tech N9ne to deliver a powerful collaboration set to ignite both club and festival sets worldwide. Apashe is known for drawing elements from a range of genres to create blockbuster records, and ‘Insane’ is now available to stream across all platforms via Kannibalen Records.

‘Insane’ incorporates Tech N9ne’s signature “chopper-style” rap with Apashe’s classically inspired basslines. The track opens up with an ominous laugh and voiceover from Tech N9ne before breaking out into the fast-paced flow that he has become known for. Apashe’s robust basslines compliment the chilling rap vocals, seamlessly creating a rap and bass music crossover. Although Apashe has blended rap elements into some of his previous records, ‘Insane’ lends a new versatile edge. The darker elements of Tech N9ne’s rap easily fuse with Apashe’s jarring production. 

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