With his next street album just a day away, Boston-repping underground mainstay Termanology has liberated one last song release for our listening pleasure. On Champagne Money, Shortyfutz’ glossy, bass-heavy production backs Term as he chronicles a caked-up romance at the local club. Perennial DJBooth fave Novel assists on the guest tip, lending his inimitably soulful vocals to the record’s chorus. Thirsty for more? You’ll be able to drink your fill on Friday, when Hood Politics Vol. 7 hits, which also includes previous singles We Stay High and Bars For Days, the ‘net for digital download.
Written by richard on 04/4/13
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