Herbs, lames and fakes can hit the “back” button now. 1982 has declared this page a Sucker Free zone. Don’t worry; you probably wouldn’t have liked the record anyway. Now that they’re gone, those of us who do have an appreciation for real, raw hip-hop can sit back and enjoy the latest feature from Termanology and Statik Selektah. Released as part of Ea$y Money‘s weekly Pocket Change series, this joint sees Term trading intricate, wordplay-laced verses with his ST Da Squad crewmate over an understated piano-loop beat. On the hook, Statik showcases his skills behind the wheels of steel, flipping lines from 50 Cent, Clipse, Memphis Bleek and more. Like what you’re hearing? Then keep it locked for further highlights in Ea$y’s ongoing series, which is the official prelude to forthcoming full-length The M.O.N.E.Y.
Written by richard on 04/8/14
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