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Rap & Hip-Hop Artists Hip-Hop MC Termanology to Drop 'Out The Gate
Hip-Hop MC Termanology to Drop 'Out The Gate PDF Print E-mail
Written by Robert ID2200   
Wednesday, 14 December 2005 07:33

Puerto Rican Massachusetts native Termanology is shaking up the hip-hop world with his rap ability. This young MC has been getting noticed and he is releasing his first Street LP ‘Out The Gate’ on January 31st, 2006

Hip-hop’s self proclaimed bible, The Source Magazine says in their ‘Unsigned Hype’ that ‘“Termanology shows he could be a leader of the new school.”

DJ Premier (Gangstarr, Legendary Producer) says "I like TERMANOLOGY because he dedicates his rhyming ability with the beats and these rappers nowadays have no clue, or respect for this culture..."

Born & raised in Lawrence MA, a city 25 miles north of Boston, Termanology, now all of 23 years young, has been consumed with Hip-hop and perfecting the craft of emceeing since the age of 15.  Waving the Puerto Rican flag proudly, Term has spent the better part of the last two-years pounding the pavement from Boston to New York collaborating with artists such as Guru of Gangstarr, Mobb Deep, Royce Da 5''9, Nottz, Shells, J.R. Writer, Prospect & Tony Sunshine of Terror Squad, Joell Ortiz, Krumbsnatcha, Baby Paul and performing with the likes of such hip-hop and rap artists as 50 Cent, G-Unit, Fat Joe, Wu-Tang Clan, Kool G Rap, Lil Scrappy, Fabolous, Chingy, Tego Calderon, Akon and Saigon.

Term’s unrelenting grind includes releasing four mixtapes in the past year and a half including three volumes of Hood Politics and Term’s first single, “This Is Hip Hop” has reached #3 on both the CMJ and Rapattack charts.  Further, Term has been spun by renowned DJ’s such as Clinton Sparks, Green Lantern and Tim Westwood and received heavy rotation from Boston’s biggest radio DJ’s Geespin & Chubby Chubb. And Term’s mixtape favorites such as "Desert Eagle" w/Tony Sunshine, "55 DJs", and "22 Years" have shown up on dozens of CDs including DJs – Big Mike, Absolut, Envy, DJ Premier, Kool Kid, Hot 97 Hits, P Cutta, Eclipse, Marley Marl, The Cornerstone and Statik Selektah.

Proving that he’s primed to break out, Termanology is featured in the current issue of The Source’s highly influential “Unsigned Hype” column (a column that has gained notoriety for highlighting the best up-and-coming artists) and so far in 2005 has been featured in major newspapers (Boston Globe), as a guest emcee on BET's 106&Park Freestyle Fridays and was recently profiled on Hiphopgame.com. While Termanology is currently working on his “official” debut and being courted by a host of major labels, he just put the finishing touches on a collaborative street LP, Out The Gate, with producer DC, which will be released on January 31st 2006.  Out The Gate will be released via Terms own St. Records/Showoff imprint and will be exclusively distributed by Amalgam Entertainment, LLC."

With a budding buzz in New York, this Puerto Rican Massachusetts native is headed for the top; and it all starts with Out The Gate! 

Termanology has supplied a few tracks to introduce himself to those who don’t know him, and after listening to these be sure to look for the album on January 31st.

22 Years

The Anthem

Motion Picture

This Is Hip-Hop

Visit http://termanology.com for more information

Tracklisting and credits for Termanology & DC’s Out The Gate:

1.) Statik Selektah Intro

2.) This Is Hip-Hop

3.) Motion Picture

4.) 22 Years 

5.) Welcome 2 The Hood f/Krumbsnatcha & Hectic

6.) Out The Gate f/ ST Da Squad

7.) Brotherly Love f/ Ed Rock & Snuk 

8.) Circle Of Life f/ Lee Wilson

9. ) When We Were Kids f/ Akrobatik & Jordan 

10.) Baby f/ Lee Wilson

11.) My Life f/ L Da Headtoucha 

12.) Ain''t Gonna Be Rich 2 Ball f/ Shells & Snuk 

13.) Mommy, Daddy, Grandma

14.) Never Be The Same f/ Ed Rock, Ghetto & Checkmark

15.) Takin’ You With Me

16.) Ain''t Fuckin With This f/ Prospect (of Terror Squad)

17). Ready f/ Esoteric & Gutta

18.) P-N-C Outro

19.) The Anthem (bonus track)


* All tracks produced by DC The MIDI Alien, except #19 produced by DC & PT

Rap & Hip-Hop Artists Hip-Hop MC Termanology to Drop 'Out The Gate

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