Dirt Monkey (real name Patrick Megeath) has enlisted legendary rapper Tech N9ne for their collaboration "Shut Up" on the former's 19K imprint.

"Shut Up" is as weird and wobbly as it gets, as Megeath has crafted yet another crowd pleaser for listeners to enjoy. Tech N9ne offers his incredibly smooth chops on the track, pairing them effortlessly with Megeath's high energy, distorted bass. Undoubtedly, this is Megeath's biggest collaboration yet and something fans new and old will certainly enjoy.

Megeath's humble beginnings in Denver, Colorado have skyrocketed into an impressive career that includes five forward-thinking, bass-centric albums. His latest album, Primatology, hit airwaves on December 13th and includes "Shut Up" as well as his previous singles "Baile Bounce" and "Particle Collider." 

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Megeath is heading into 2020 on his Primatology World Tour, with upcoming dates in Las Vegas, Cleveland, Philadelphia, and more. Find tickets here.


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