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Immortal Technique performing in March 2010. Background information Birth name Felipe Andres Coronel Born ( 1978-02-19) February 19, 1978 (age 40), Origin, Genres,,,, Occupation(s), Years active 2000–present Labels Viper Records Associated acts,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Website Felipe Andres Coronel (born February 19, 1978), better known by the Immortal Technique, is a recording artist. Most of his lyrics focus on controversial issues in global politics. His lyrics are largely commentary on issues such as,,,,,,,.
Immortal Technique has aims to retain control over his production, and has stated in his music that record companies, not artists themselves, profit the most from mass production and marketing of music. He claimed in an interview to have sold close to a combined total of 200,000 copies of his first three official releases.
Contents • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • Early life Coronel is and was born in a military hospital in. He is of mostly descent, although also has, and ancestry. History of circle kabaddi game to play. His family emigrated to in 1980 to escape the. During his teenage years, he was arrested multiple times due in part to what he has said was 'selfish and childish' behavior.
He attended on the of, where his classmates included and, who he bullied, although the two later became friends. Shortly after enrolling in, he was arrested and charged with assault-related offenses due to his involvement in an altercation between fellow students, the charges stemming from this incident led to him being incarcerated for a year. After being paroled, he took classes at in for two semesters at the behest of his father, who allowed Coronel to live with him on the condition that he goes to school. Honing his rapping skills in jail, and unable to find decent wage-paying employment after his release, he began selling his music on the streets of New York and with. This, coupled with his victories in numerous freestyle rap competitions of the New York underground hip hop scene such as Rocksteady Anniversary and Braggin Rites, led to his reputation as a ferocious Battle MC. Musical career 2000–2005: Revolutionary Vol. 1 and Revolutionary Vol.
2 In 2001, Immortal Technique released his first album without the help of a record label or distribution, instead using money earned from his rap battle triumphs. He also battled but lost to Posta Boy in 's. Revolutionary Vol. 1 also contained the underground classic Dance With The Devil.
In November 2002, he was listed by in its ' column, highlighting artists that are not signed to a record label. The following year, in September 2003, he received the coveted 'Hip Hop Quotable' in The Source for a song entitled 'Industrial Revolution' from his second album. Nokia n70 all apps missing. Immortal Technique is the only rapper in history to have a 'Hip Hop Quotable' while being unsigned. He released his second album in 2003. In 2004, Viper Records and, in 2005, re-released Immortal Technique's debut, Revolutionary Vol. 1, to make it available to a wider audience. 'Point of No Return' from Revolutionary Vol 2 was used as the entrance theme for during the Main Event between and Rashad Evans.
2005–present: The 3rd World, The Martyr and The Middle Passage. Immortal Technique performing in March 2010. Immortal Technique visits prisons to speak to youth and working with immigrant rights activists, and raising money for children’s hospitals overseas.