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Audio: @TermanologyST @Noreaga "Judo"
Posted by Steve Juon at Thursday, September 12th, 2013 at 2:00AM :: Email this article :: Print this article

Audio: Termanology f/ N.O.R.E. "Judo"

Courtesy Matt B.


LP Includes Appearances from Action Bronson, N.O.R.E., Lil Fame, DJ Kay Slay, Sheek Louch, Tony Touch, Doo Wop, Inspectah Deck, Maffew Ragazino, Reks, Wais P, Dice Raw, & Chris Rivers (Big Pun’s Son) and many more.

‘G.O.Y.A.” Will Be Released On 10-8-13 via ST/Brick Records

The CD version comes in a limited ‘Coca-Case’ package, featuring a foil-mirror cover, embossed with the word 'G.O.Y.A.', and including a 3.5 inch ‘Snuff Straw’ in the spine of the jewel case!

2012 was a prodigious year for Termanology, as he released two highly acclaimed projects: reconnecting with Statik Selektah for the second installment of their group endeavor 1982 (the 2012 album was released in May of 2012), a project that featured Mac Miller, Freddie Gibbs, Bun B, Crooked I, Havoc and Roc Marciano and spurned a worldwide tour, plus a collaborative project with M.O.P’s Lil Fame entitled Fizzyology (which was released in November 2012) that featured Busta Rhymes, Bun B, Styles P, Freeway and production from DJ Premier & The Alchemist.

Term has also highlighted his stellar 2012 with numerous TV appearances, including judging BET’s “106th & Park” and a corresponding “The Back Room” freestyle, and was included on BET’s “The Cypha” alongside Mike Epps & French Montana. Term also became a regular on MTV, including being a guest on Sway’s “Rapfix” and on MTV News’ “Mixtape Monday.”

Termanology will continue to build his legacy with his new solo-LP, G.O.Y.A. (Gunz Or Yay Available) which will be released on 10-8-13 via St/Brick Records. “I love the vibe on this album, and it as recorded in Lawrence, MA; the city I grew up in as a kid” Termanology states. “I am also excited about it because it features some artists I haven’t worked with before (N.O.R.E., Dice Raw of The Roots and Big Pun’s son Chris Rivers) and because I worked with an upcoming-producer (Shortfyuz) from my neighborhood on the entire project. G.O.Y.A. has my traditional grimy street sound, but a lot of the slang and beats are really Latin influenced” Term relays.

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