After countless hours of hustle and preparation, it’s finally Termanology‘s time to shine—and the Boston rhymesayer ain’t about to let the moment pass him by. Fresh off the release of his sixth independent full-length, the artist assures us that “[his] reign has only just begun” on new single Take My Turn. An upbeat, keyboard-led Short Fyuz production backs the underground fave’s exultant opening verse, which is followed by a characteristically food/sex-centric guest 16 from Atlantic/VICE Music signee Action Bronson. Longtime DJBooth fave Jared Evan lends his always-impressive vocals to the hook and bridge. For this cut, previous single You Ain’t Safe and much more, cop Term’s GOYA LP, available now in stores and online.
Written by richard on 10/8/13
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