Nef’s producer album, Tabula Rasa, drops on on April 2nd. It is loaded quite heavily with some of hip hop’s illest lyricists. I already got my pre-order in based on the line up and the dopeness you hear on this track featuring Lil Fame and Termanology. There’s so much good happening in this track with guitar samples, the horns, and just the energy that accompanies the emcees here. Can’t wait for the project.
Here’s a gem I want to make sure that everyone hears. Producer Greve leads an all-star cast of emcee with a beat that sounds like boom-bap meets the River Dance and the result is hype! I love the use of the fiddle (?) loop. That shit is fire when coupled with this beat and the scratching. Emcees Termanology, Ruste Juxx, Shabaam Sahdeeq, and UG each rip strong sixteens to make a truly compelling track.
I suggest you check out the project, Eternal, as soon as possible.
Here’s a visual from the single Lay You Down, from Slim One’s album, Iconic. This is the very definition of a street banger. Slim One hits you with the crisp drums and cascading strings, while emcees Flee Lord, Termanology, and Nems definitively lay the competition down. This is something you can sink your teeth into!
This is one of my favorite joints from 1982’s (Statik Selektah x Termanology) album Still 1982. The beat that Statik cooked up for this is the sure shot and when Term links up with Nems it’s nothing but gully raps. And Beanz definitely keeps the momentum going between each of the verses on the chorus. It’s tough, and you shall enjoy.
Sinical gets to work on the mix with Termanology for this latest video single, Dreams. The production from 1st Official is on some boo-bap/slap your momma type ish. The well positioned Biggie sample take it over the top. You can hear the hunger in the bars from Sinical and Term laces his sixteen like a vet who is only getting better with time.
It looks like this artist has put together a string of dope joints so hopefully an album is going to be on it’s way.
Ant-Hero is the title track from Slaine and Termanology’s album. It is also the toughest track in an album FULL of them. The album itself is ominous and filled with darkness which makes it one of my personal favorites this year. This track has got some gritty production form none other than DJ Premier and guest spots from Bun B and Everlast.
Who better to echo the codes of the street than the one and only Kool G Rap, Termanology, and Saigon? Everyone is gunning for the spot…for your spot. So stick to the protocol, ya dig? This song is tough. MoSS has got the horns blowing and the drums a snapping on this joint.
There’s so much more from G Rap, and you need to check out his album, Return Of The Don.
Nasty P out of Scotland has assembled a who’s who from the Boston Hip Hop Scene for his track No Tellin. The stairwell in this video has never seen so much illness! This is one of those tracks that just goes. The beat is hype and the cuts on the tables are precise.
If you look at this lineup you know you are going to get an intense lyrical salvo. Ed O.G. drops this line with Chechens and Russians that should keep even the most ignorant heads up on global dynamics.
If you are feeling this track, Nasty P has an EP out where this track is featured. There is also a remix for this song that is completely sick. Check that out!
Slim One invites ‘Fizzyology’ to rock over a banger. I mean there is some serious english put on this cut. Everything is done emphatically on this track…the production and the bars put down by Lil Fame and Termanology. It’s all top notch. It was dope enough to make me pre-order the album, Ready For Whatever on iTunes.