Tech N9ne's third EP in 2012 has two outstanding tracks. On "Fire in AC," he declares his support for Aurora, Colorado, where James Holmes massacred a theater full of moviegoers in the summer of 2012. "Burn in hell for eternity for what you did," he says. Then he imagines himself as a hunchbacked monster on "Heavy." "Ugly/ Bloody/ Pussin'/ Heavy/ Way more sinister than a deformed Jason or f*ck*n Freddy," he raps in a vivid description. The rest of Boiling Point riffs on familiar Tecca Nina themes, like the abortion debate ("Should I Killer") and his love for his rabid fan base ("Alone").