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Termanology Returns With “Uptown Fly” Feat. Lord Sko & Nim K

Termanology returns with his latest single “Uptown Fly” featuring Lord Sko & Nim K, off his new upcoming album “Time is Currency” entirely produced by multi platinum engineer/producer NasteeLuvzYou. Directed by NYJTheOfficial.

The new album drops April 26th and serves as Term’s 50th official project.

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Paul Wall & Termanology Look to “Start Finish Repeat” (Album Review)

This is the 2nd collaborative LP between Paul Wall & Termanology. One hails from Houston, Texas & the other coming straight out of Boston, Massachusetts. However, both of them have been holding it down for the culture for the past 2 decades with their insane work ethics & albums like The People’s Champ or Politics as Usual. They’ve worked with one another a few times within the last couple years & are took their chemistry to new heights with Start 2 Finish, so it was enough to have me anticipate the sequel Start Finish Repeat.

“Wall Paper (No Chit Chat)” is an angelic boom bap opener produced by Statik Selektah getting on that grind time whereas “Palm Trees” featuring AZ takes a more summery route from the slick instrumental to the lyrics about being fresh out the coupe after traveling high. “It’s Magic” featuring CL Smooth goes into funkier territory doing this with no apologies whatsoever leading into “Houston BBQ” featuring Bun B returning to the boom bap thanks to Large Professor providing an anthem for you to cookout to in the 713.

Moving on from there, “Talk About It” weaves this groovy sample with kicks & snares dropping smooth braggadocio just before “Positive Vibes” featuring Tony Sunshine of the Terror Squad gives off a glossy boom bap edge to the beat getting in their positivity bags. “Do It for the Ghetto” featuring Big K.R.I.T. works in some pianos & hi-hats so all 3 of them can join forces to write a ballad dedicated to the streets, but then “Got It Made” featuring Peedi Crakk of State Property discusses the way they living over an airy instrumental from Diamond D of the Diggin’ In The Crates collective.

“Blue Bill Bandit” compared themselves to thieves when it comes take $100s over a flute-tinged boom bap beat from Buckwild while “Smoke Somethin’” featuring Sheek Louch incorporates a soul sample courtesy of JR Swiftz talking about smoking weed of course. “Leather Recliner” is a synth-laced late night cruiser to bump riding with the top down while “No Apologies” brings back the Trill O.G. Bun B for a glamorously dusty joint about how they gon’ have to bring an army to take theirs. 

To start the final leg of the duo’s 2nd collaborative effort, the penultimate song “Real Life” gives off a jazzier flare musically giving y’all a look into their actual lives & the title track featuring NEMS fresh off his Scram Jones-produced major label debut Rise of the Silverback rounds it all out keeping the jazz influences in the picture bringing some kicks & snares into the fold so all 3 emcees can make it known to everyone listening with only minutes left that they back at it.

Start 2 Finish was a cool look at the Boston & Houston emcees gelling with one another, but this sequel over here is on par & even has it’s highs that’re higher than the last collab album was a year & a half ago. The production is generally based in Term’s east coast boom bap roots, but he & Paul are both spittin’ at an exceptional caliber together & the feature list is consistent on top of it

Score: 8/10

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Paul Wall & Termanology Look to “Start Finish Repeat” (Album Review)

This is the 2nd collaborative LP between Paul Wall & Termanology. One hails from Houston, Texas & the other coming straight out of Boston, Massachusetts. However, both of them have been holding it down for the culture for the past 2 decades with their insane work ethics & albums like The People’s Champ or Politics as Usual. They’ve worked with one another a few times within the last couple years & are took their chemistry to new heights with Start 2 Finish, so it was enough to have me anticipate the sequel Start Finish Repeat.

“Wall Paper (No Chit Chat)” is an angelic boom bap opener produced by Statik Selektah getting on that grind time whereas “Palm Trees” featuring AZ takes a more summery route from the slick instrumental to the lyrics about being fresh out the coupe after traveling high. “It’s Magic” featuring CL Smooth goes into funkier territory doing this with no apologies whatsoever leading into “Houston BBQ” featuring Bun B returning to the boom bap thanks to Large Professor providing an anthem for you to cookout to in the 713.

Moving on from there, “Talk About It” weaves this groovy sample with kicks & snares dropping smooth braggadocio just before “Positive Vibes” featuring Tony Sunshine of the Terror Squad gives off a glossy boom bap edge to the beat getting in their positivity bags. “Do It for the Ghetto” featuring Big K.R.I.T. works in some pianos & hi-hats so all 3 of them can join forces to write a ballad dedicated to the streets, but then “Got It Made” featuring Peedi Crakk of State Property discusses the way they living over an airy instrumental from Diamond D of the Diggin’ In The Crates collective.

“Blue Bill Bandit” compared themselves to thieves when it comes take $100s over a flute-tinged boom bap beat from Buckwild while “Smoke Somethin’” featuring Sheek Louch incorporates a soul sample courtesy of JR Swiftz talking about smoking weed of course. “Leather Recliner” is a synth-laced late night cruiser to bump riding with the top down while “No Apologies” brings back the Trill O.G. Bun B for a glamorously dusty joint about how they gon’ have to bring an army to take theirs. 

To start the final leg of the duo’s 2nd collaborative effort, the penultimate song “Real Life” gives off a jazzier flare musically giving y’all a look into their actual lives & the title track featuring NEMS fresh off his Scram Jones-produced major label debut Rise of the Silverback rounds it all out keeping the jazz influences in the picture bringing some kicks & snares into the fold so all 3 emcees can make it known to everyone listening with only minutes left that they back at it.

Start 2 Finish was a cool look at the Boston & Houston emcees gelling with one another, but this sequel over here is on par & even has it’s highs that’re higher than the last collab album was a year & a half ago. The production is generally based in Term’s east coast boom bap roots, but he & Paul are both spittin’ at an exceptional caliber together & the feature list is consistent on top of it

Score: 8/10

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Obnoxious Teams Up With Termanology on New Single “Chapo N Gotti”

After raising the bar with Madchild on the critically acclaimed joint album Mobsters & Monsters a couple months ago, San Diego emcee Obnoxious is back with his new C-Lance produced single “Chapo N Gotti” featuring Termanology. The track is the latest single from Obnoxious forthcoming Suburban Noize Records debut Sic Audio coming later this year.

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Leedz Edutainment Strengthens His Album With “A Worker Among Workers (Deluxe)”

Independent Hip Hop promoter Leedz Edutainment strengthens his critically acclaimed underground album with A Worker Among Workers (Deluxe Version). The 30-track project features featuring notable Hip Hop artists Masta Ace, Smif-N-Wessun, Slaine, Reks, Skyzoo, Edo.G, Termanology, Spose, A-F-R-O, Locksmith, El Da Sensei, Jarv, Zumbi Of Zion I, Ren Thomas, Akrobatik and includes seven exclusive bonus tracks. “I wanted to enhance the album with some new song concepts, remixes, interludes, and covers I felt brought out the theme of the project in more detail” says Leedz.

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Leedz Edutainment Strengthens His Album With “A Worker Among Workers (Deluxe)”

Independent Hip Hop promoter Leedz Edutainment strengthens his critically acclaimed underground album with A Worker Among Workers (Deluxe Version). The 30-track project features featuring notable Hip Hop artists Masta Ace, Smif-N-Wessun, Slaine, Reks, Skyzoo, Edo.G, Termanology, Spose, A-F-R-O, Locksmith, El Da Sensei, Jarv, Zumbi Of Zion I, Ren Thomas, Akrobatik and includes seven exclusive bonus tracks. “I wanted to enhance the album with some new song concepts, remixes, interludes, and covers I felt brought out the theme of the project in more detail” says Leedz.

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Leedz Edutainment Strengthens His Album With “A Worker Among Workers (Deluxe)”

Independent Hip Hop promoter Leedz Edutainment strengthens his critically acclaimed underground album with A Worker Among Workers (Deluxe Version). The 30-track project features featuring notable Hip Hop artists Masta Ace, Smif-N-Wessun, Slaine, Reks, Skyzoo, Edo.G, Termanology, Spose, A-F-R-O, Locksmith, El Da Sensei, Jarv, Zumbi Of Zion I, Ren Thomas, Akrobatik and includes seven exclusive bonus tracks. “I wanted to enhance the album with some new song concepts, remixes, interludes, and covers I felt brought out the theme of the project in more detail” says Leedz.

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Paul Wall & Termanology Level Up Their Chemistry on “Start 2 Finish” (Album Review)

This is the brand new collaborative album between Paul Wall & Termanology. One hails from Houston, Texas & the other coming straight out of Boston, Massachusetts. However, both of them have been holding it down for the culture for the past 2 decades with their insane work ethics & albums like The People’s Champ or Politics as Usual. They’ve worked with one another a few times within the last couple years & are now taking their chemistry to new heights by dropping Start 2 Finish.

“No Asterisk” opens up the album with a soulful Statik Selektah instrumental talking about wanting the rings & the title whereas “Ask Permission” takes a jazzier route advising to ask them in advance prior to pulling up to either H-Town or Beantown. “Recognize My Car” dives into boom bap territory with the help of Pete Rock talking about whips just before Bun B tags along for the classy money making anthem “Thailand”.

Meanwhile on “No Favors Pt. 2”, we have Paul & Term delivering a fresh sequel to a joint off The Po-Up Poet leading into Statik KXNG & Wais P coming into the picture for the triumphant “Clubber Lang” spitting braggadocio. “How You Been?” goes into a sensual direction thanks to Dame Grease getting romantic while the song “No Tolerance” with Fly Anakin & NEMS is just a dusty, 4 minute barfest. The penultimate track “Money on My Phone” has a slower beat talking about that’s all see & “Step Outside” with Millyz ends the album with a powerful boom bap ballad encouraging to forget what it’s like living in the dark.

Coming from someone who’s been a fan of these guys for a minute, Start 2 Finish is definitely one of the best collab efforts that either one of them have ever made. I think Paul sounds great on top of traditional East Coast production & his chemistry with Termanology is improving steadily also.

Score: 8/10

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Robby Blair Drops “Flex Music” Video Off New Album “Still Under The Influence”

New York-based emcee Robby Blair recently dropped a new project entitled “Still Under The Influence“. This is a follow up from his 2020 debut “Certified Influence” and features cameos from Chris Rivers, Alex Leon, Termanology, and more!

A new visual for the lead single “Flex Music” shows Robby cruisin’ around town, hitting up local record shops, and droppin’ bars along the way.

Here’s what Robby has to say about his latest release:

On my last project Certified Influence, I had a heavy Queensbridge, Capone-N-Noreaga influence, as it had a huge impact on my life and music…Still Under The Influence is heavily inspired by the Bronx/Big Pun. You hear it from the jump with the intro track that goes right into ‘Punch’em In The Face 2’ featuring Chris Rivers.  To say I’m excited for this project to be released to the world is a huge understatement. This one’s for Hip-Hop!

Check it out and let us know what you think in the comments. NYC stand up!!!

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Paul Wall & Termanology Drop Pete Rock Produced “Recognize My Car” Ahead of Joint Album

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Houston’s legendary lyricist Paul Wall is no stranger to the car community. Now his longtime friend and collaborator, Termanology, joins him riding shotgun as they both spit hard-hitting raps in the new video “Recognize My Car” produced by Pete Rock.

The D Will directed visual used some VHS style footage to capture the H-Town slab culture while both emcees rhyme their verses. Slab is Houston slang for a souped up car, with a special set of rims, called “swangas.”

This isn’t the first time these two artists have teamed up. Last month, the duo released “No Tolerance” featuring Fly Anakin and Nems.

Along with releasing the video for “Recognize My Car,” Paul and Term also announced a joint album is arriving. Paul Wall and Termanology are set to drop Start 2 Finish on April 8.

Start 2 Finish will be a 10-track project executive produced by Statik Selektah and with features from Bun B, Fly Anakin, C SharpMillyz, and Nems among others.

Both artists are thrilled to be working with each other on this project. In an exclusive statement to The Source, the “Sittin’ Sideways” rapper said, “I had a lot of fun working with Term on this project! And every time I work with Statik Selektah it brings out the absolute best in me. This album brought out some of the best rap bars I’ve ever spit.”

Termanology shared the same reaction with The Source. “I had so much fun making this album. The production is top quality and Paul Wall went crazy on every verse, which made me get even more creative with my pen game. I think people are going to like this project a lot.”

Enjoy the video for “Recognize My Car” from Paul Wall and Termanology below.

Check out the tracklist for Start 2 Finish, available on all DSP’s April 8.

  1. No Asterix
  2. Ask Permission
  3. Recognize My Car
  4. Thailand (feat. Bun B)
  5. No Favors (feat. C Sharp)
  6. Clubber Lang (feat. Wais P & Kxng Crooked)
  7. How You Been (feat. Mia Jae)
  8. No Tolerance (feat. Fly Anakin & Nems)
  9. Money On My Phone
  10. Step Outside (feat. Millyz & Jared Evan)
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