It’s not easy to emerge into the rap game without a few bars that will work perfectly for a ring tone. Puerto Rican and French rapper, Termanology, is ready to change that. After a few mixtapes and a street album, the Massachusetts native is aiming for mainstream success with the song, So Amazing. Produced by hip-hop legend DJ Premier, the chorus features Premier’s signature scratches over an assortment of catchy samples. Termanology delivers creative rhymes, comparing himself to hip-hop’s greats from Kool G Rap to T.I., spitting, “Yo Dre, you should hit me with some beats/I’ll write the whole Detox in one week.” Be on the look-out for Term’s untitled and unscheduled debut album.
Written by email@example.com on 10/21/07
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