Fresh off releasing his long-delayed debut album, Politics as Usual, DJBooth regular Termanology is preparing to release a follow-up entitled 1982 (presumably named after his birth year). Not looking to switch up his sound or style, the Boston-area native scoops up two of his closest musical collaborators, M.O.P.‘s Lil’ Fame (for a guest verse) and Statik Selektah (on the beat), for an energy-filled rhyme-slinging experience known as Thug-a-thon. Fans of Term (at the Booth and elsewhere) and old-school followers of M.O.P. (from their Ante Up heyday) will have no trouble getting pumped up to Thug-a-thon. If you like what you hear, be sure to catch Term at one of his East Coast performances, scheduled from now to the end of the year.
Written by Burmy on 12/7/08
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"50 Bodies" (2007)
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