TERM AND MANNY GARCI DROP THE VISUAL TO THEIR “LATINO UNIFICATION” SONG
TERM DROPS “LATINO UNIFICATION” ON A STATIK BEAT
TERM AND CHRIS RIVERS GO OFF ON THIS KANE INSTRUMENTAL
TERM AND STATIK GET IT POPPIN ON SHADE 45
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TERM DROPS A GEM ON EM WITH THE HELP OF WU MEMBER INSPECTAH DECK
PRODUCER A-VILLA DROPS NEW HEAT FEATURING BIG KRIT, TERMANOLOGY & INSPECTAH DECK OF THE LEGENDARY GROUP WU TANG
DOMINGO BRINGS THE HEAT ON NEW ALBUM, OUT TODAY!
Watch ‘The Randomness’ Featuring Bun B, Flatbush Zombies, Sean Price & More
First of all, I read what I wrote yesterday, and I didn’t understand it. I don’t do any sort of drugs, but maybe I should because some of that was terrible. I’ll formally submit myself to the mercy of the editor soon, I think. Or maybe not. Maybe you’ll just continue to read my wack… Read more »
ALBUM REVIEW: TERMANOLOGY AND LIL FAME’S “FIZZYOLOGY”
Photo credit: Killerboombox.com (AllHipHop News) One half of M.O.P. (Mashed Out Posse), Lil Fame, and one half of 1982, Termanology, have joined forces to release the Fizzology project on November 6. The wordsmith/producer duo released a video for the “Fizzology” title track on the Internet earlier this month for the new album, which features appearances… Read more »
LISTEN TO 1982 FT. BIG K.R.I.T. “LIGHTS DOWN” HOW IT WAS ORIGINALLY INTENDED!
STATIK SELEKTAH AND TERMANOLOGY ARE “1982” – READ THE REVIEW ON THEIR LATEST MASH-UP!
(AllHipHop News) Producer/DJ Statik Selektah and his Showoff Records’ roster will tour Canada for the first time this May. Statik Selektah, Termanology, REKS and DJ Deadeye will kick off the tour of Canada on May 2 in Montréal. The 10-day tour will stop in major markets like Toronto, Winnipeg and Edmonton, before wrapping up in… Read more »
SPRING IS BUSTING OUT ALL OVER! CHECK OUR GUIDE TO THE HOTTEST MUSIC THIS SEASON
(AllHipHop News) Producer Statik Selektah has just revealed the cover art and tracklisting for his upcoming collaborative album with Termanology as “1982” titled 2012., revealing a nod to the American Election year. The 15-track follow-up to the duo’s self-titled album from 2010 features production entirely from Statik Selektah and boasts appearances from artists like Mac Miller, Bun B,… Read more »