Sleep—who needs it? On Up Every Night, the latest single off their sophomore set as 1982, Termanology and Statik Selektah reveal that, when they’re not hustling the day away, they’re partying till the wee hours of the morning. Accompanied by the visuals of heavyweight director Rik Cordero, the record finds Term chronicling his latest rager over his production partner’s refreshingly breezy, sampled boardwork. Liza Colby contributes soulful guest vocals on the bridge. For more, check out 1982’s 2012 LP, released May 22, via Showoff/ST. Records.
Written by richard on 04/27/12
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