With radio and club DJs seemingly spinning nothing but Dirty South club bangers, one would naturally wonder, “What’s an East Coast lyricist to do?” Massachusetts-native Termanology gives his two cents on the direction of The Music Industry, describing how MySpace and YouTube have been revolutionary. The primary focus of the song, however, is that DJs almost never spin street songs (”this record here might never get played”). Regardless, with an old-school beat courtesy of Fizzy Womack (better known as Lil’ Fame of M.O.P.), even if The Music Industry never receives mainstream airplay, it will expose lyrical hip hop at its finest.
Written by Burmy on 12/27/07
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"50 Bodies" (2007)
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