Audio: Termanology f/ N.O.R.E. "Judo"
Courtesy Matt B.
TERMANOLOGY TO RELEASE NEW SOLO-LP ‘G.O.Y.A.’ (GUNZ OR YAY AVAILABLE)
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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