Straight off his recent Fizzyology tour with the affiliated Lil Fame of M.O.P., Termanology increases the anticipation for his upcoming mixtape by letting go of the first leak from the project. The appropriately titled “Bars For Days” features frequent underground emcees Nitty Scott MC and Ea$y Money, along with production from Shortfyuz and sublime cuts from Statik Selektah. Hood Politics 7 will be available on April 5th.
OS REWIND: Lil Fame & Termanology – Hustler’s Ringtone (feat. Bun B)
OS REWIND: Termanology “Show N Off” Freestyle
Those who have been anticipating Jared Evan’s latest work have every right to be doing so. After giving us the thrilling singles “Are We Almost There Yet?” and “Uma Thurman” within the past week, there’s no question that consistency is not a problem. Just last year the New York singer released an EP titled The 4th Chapter, but returns with his brand new full-length in the form of a collaboration with Statik Selektah. Over a period of 10 tracks, Boom Bap & Blues boasts a reminiscent sound of hip-hop/blues with features from Joey Bada$$, Action Bronson, Wais P, Termanology and more.
Stream and download the project after the jump.
Before Demigodz give you KILLmatic on March 5th, they’re not finished giving you more of a taste of what to expect. With Termanology offering his bars and Teddy Roxpin dishing out the guitar riff led beat, this is a perfect combo that we think you’ll enjoy.
KILLmatic is available for pre-order here.
Termanology is the next artist to spit for the Statik Selektah “Show N Off” freestyle series.
Album: Wu Block
Label: Entertainment One
Ghostface Killah & Sheek Louch’s collaborative album Wu Block will finally seeing the light next week as we get an appetizer from the project with “Drivin’ Round.” In this cut, we Sheek Louciano, The Genius, Masta Killa laying down some rhymes while Ms. Erykah Badu provides some nice melodic sounds with Termanology behind boards.
The “Wu Block” album hits the streets and iTunes this Tuesday November 27th as we’ll see appearances from the Chef, Jadakiss, Pinero the Ghost, Red Spyda an RZA to name a few. This album shaping up to be a big release for my fellow hip-hop heads such as myself as we’re never ones to turn down some fresh Wu material again this year along with some of the hardest rhyme spitters north of the city, the Lox.
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Lil Fame & Termanology collectively known as “Fizzyology” were the next to stop by The Butcher’s Block for episode 8 with Frank The Butcher. In this sit-down, Lil’ Fame of the Mash Out Posse talks about his long run being nearly 20 years deep in the game as Term chipped in talking about the old days of being around D/R Period, Statik Selektah and even Primo soaking up the different methods of making different beats. The two have since went on to fall in love with making beats and expect to continue to do after their rap careers are over.
If you haven’t check out their new album “Fizzyology” album, be sure to head to your local mom and pop spots and iTunes to support this real music.
OS REWIND: Lil Fame & Termanology – Hustler’s Ringtone (feat. Bun B)
OS REWIND: Lil Fame & Termanology – After Midnight [Music Video]
Producer: DJ Premier
Label: ST. / Brick Records.
For the next track from Lil Fame and Termanology we get to hear them “Play Dirty” with Styles P and Busta Rhymes on the DJ Premier produced street banger. This one sounds just as dirty as it should as they all get real street with the hardest bars and go in nonetheless on this. There definitely should be a video for this coming soon for it as well.
Fizzyology will be in stores and online on November 6th!
Peep game: Termanology has a passion for making beats, even though people just know him as a rapper. In this video, he shows the process he went through in making one, which got placed on the upcoming Wu-Block album. He picks out a sample and gathers the drums for it, then orchestrates a strings section and guitar riff for it as well.
The sample came from the movie Robots, and it ended up quite celestial.
OS REWIND: Lil Fame & Termanology – Too Tough For TV
We’ve seen the video for “Fizzyology” and their latest single releasing yesterday entitled “Too Tough For TV” but today we’re blessed with the track-listing for the upcoming collaborative album titled “Fizzyology” featuring the Brownsville banger Lil Fame and Massachusetts own Termanology. The two have a features from the likes of Holiday Styles, Busta Rhymes, Freeway, Bun B just to name a few which we can all expect to see this project releasing in stores and iTunes on November 6th, so mark your calendars.
Check out the complete 15-track tracklisting after the jump.
After giving us their title track “Fizzyology” from the upcoming album, Lil Fame and Termanology return with “Too Tough For TV”. This is definitely that hard shit as they continue to pump out street bangers. Due remember Fizzology will arrive on November 6th.
Produced by Fizzy Womack.
OS REWIND: Lil Fame & Termanology – Fizzyology [Music Video]
Last week, Mash Out Posse and Brownsville represent Lil’ Fame along with Termanology released the video for “Fizzyology“, but this week we get audio for the single we’ve been waiting for. This is that gritty east coast street shit we fucks with, and with production from a legend like The Alchemist, this is most definitely a banger to mob out too.
Look out for the collaborative album Fizzyology which has features from the likes of DJ Premier, Holiday Styles, Freeway, Statik Selektah, Busta Rhymes and more to touch down November 6th.
Showoff Records and YMCMB /The Alumni link up for the remix of 1982′s “Up Every Night Record” as they all talk about the crazy nights they all have on a regular basis.
Statik Selektah & Termanology’s 2012 album in stores now.
OS REWIND: 1982 – Cafe Patron
To remind you suckers that their 2012 album is out, Termanology and Statik Selektah went back to the booth to record “Cafe Patron,” another soulful track from the Boston boys. It’s that 1982 collaborative shit for ya.
OS REWIND: 1982 – Lights Down (feat. Big K.R.I.T.)
Producer: Statik Selektah
Label: Showoff / ST. Records
If you purchased yourself a copy of 1982′s latest album 2012 you may remember hearing this track on it, but without K.R.I.T.. The 1982 boys decided to release the record how it was originally intended to be featured on the album, with a nice new verse from the Mississippi musician and producer. Support some good hip-hop and purchase this record and the whole album on iTunes now.
Cheers! And just like that, we’re through the month of June already, fast right? The last week of the month definitely brought us some good visual entertainment though, as we seen Lupe chillin’ with his cartoon homies in the Chi, Odd Future starring in a crazy war video where a nigga named Sam was killed, A$AP Rocky as black, trill JFK, and much more in this weeks top 10 videos of the week.
Check out our picks after the jump.
OS REWIND: Top 10 Videos Of The Week (June 24, 2012)