If you’ve heard Bishup Bicardi’s “Light It Up”, maybe you had said “I want to hear a different version of this”. Now, your deepest fantasy has become a true reality with a remix of the song, which features (according to the press release) Excetera from The Camp, Termanology and Mic Stylz. What, I hear you asking? Well, I can’t hear you but what you can listen to is this remix. Listen to it, it is explosives.
Termanology’s new album, to be released on the 9th of December, will be called Shut Up And Rap and a lot of times I’ll hear the promotional tactics of certain rappers and think exactly that. Let’s see how Termanology becomes more direct with the new album and a song called “The War Begins”, and what war is here? We’ll find out when the Rebel INS (a/k/a Inspectah Deck), H Blanco, and Chris Rivers get to the heart of the matter.
Face The Facts is the latest album from rapper Pawz One, which you can stream right now via Bandcamp. Masta Ace, Ras Kass, Rakaa, and 2Mex are just some of the people helping out Pawz on this one, 17 tracks plus a remix of “The Luv”. I’m not sure who the guy is next to Bruce Lee and above Jam Master Jay, it looks a bit like Carlos Santana but (as of this writing) he is not dead yet. Nonetheless, snag this album when you can.
A chu sets? It’s a question Revalation may not know the answer to, but “We’re From Mass” (get it?) is a song he put together but now it comes in the form of a remix by Gajos, with verbal help from M-Dot and Termanology. The song will not harm you in anyway, so stream and dig and if dug, download it for future reference.
You’ll only have to wait a little over a day before Termanology releases his new project, Hood Politics 7, and if the wait is too much to deal with, I have a track from it you can listen to as a sneak preview. It’s called “Champagne Money” and it brings in Novel into the scope of things. Stream and listen, then download it while supplies last.
When I first heard this song, I loved it immediately. Blame the sample/main loop, blame the lyrics, blame the flows, blame the vibe. Now they’ve added something new to the vibe: a video. SuperSTah Snuk helps along in the fulfillment of the aura in “Up Against The Wall”.
VIEWER WARNING: There is footage of baby lotion, vomit (mock or otherwise), and alcohol being poured in plastic cups. Be careful out there.
This is Termanology showing how he’d look if he was the new Big Daddy Kane, and maybe he is (or is on his way). It is the official cover for Hood Politics 7, and he was able to get Nitty Scott MC and Ea$y Money to create “Bars For Days”, which all three do. Or make that five, as Statik Selektah handles the DJ’ing while Shortfyuz is the one behind the song’s production.
Man Of 1000 Styles: can a man truly have 1000 different styles? SuperSTah Snuk is making attempts to say “indeed”, and this is the name of his street album due out on March 11th. You may now listen to a track he did with Termanology and REKS called “Up Against The Wall”, produced by Lee Bannon. Nice use of Ashford & Simpson’s “Is It Still Good To Ya”.
Statik Selektah & Termanology are the project known as 1982, and they have made a new video for the track “Lights Down”. Are the lights down? Find out, na.
Giggling is not something you will do with this video, you will rock your head and make you go “ahh ooh-waaa”. This is Lil’ Fame and Termanology, who are about “Fizzyology” and you might be asking “what the hell does that mean”? This is that the video is for, go listen. The Alchemist produced this one, and no, that’s not why you should giggle, it’s really good. Don’t believe me? Listen, and watch the video by director Gorilla Flix. Mr. Flix did a great job here.