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!
Termanology has a new album out, More Politics, and It’s Quiet derives from that project. Term discusses life in the streets and life as a musician over a piano laced banger from Dame Grease.
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.
Here’s a dope track from Tools Beastly produced by Undefined and Termanology. This is a legit banger that follows with a halo of gunfire!
Not sure is this track is part of a greater project, but as a stand-alone it more than holds it’s own.
Jealousy & Envy is just one of the many dope tracks off of MoSS’ new album, Marching to the Sound of My Own Drum. I love the drums and the horns utilized for this production. And Termanology and Slaine maintain their cool with the haters and detractors to their very own success. Some really nice flows and bars with this music.
Here comes another dope single given the video touch from Termanology’s latest album, Shut Up And Rap, produced by Billy Loman. This track is all about riding in the darkness with the depths of your depravity. Slaine and Artisin each join Term in dropping rhymes from the abyss. Check the album if you have not already.
So this is the way the war begins? Damn. This shit was over before it started. First off, Billy Loman, murked this beat. This production is among the illest you will hear this year. And Term is on a roll. He has had some serious bangers over the course of the career but his fire is getting hotter as hit career progresses. Blanco and Rivers are also unleashing some serious mayhem on this joint.
Term’s new album, Shut Up And Rap, is dropping next week and I will definitely be picking this up.
Finally, the new Pawz One album, Face The Facts, has dropped and to add fuel to the fire he enlists the services of Bean Town spitter, Termanology and C-Arson provocateur, Ras Kass to spit over this Default production.
If you don’t cop this album, you’ll be sorry.