Termanology Set To Release New Street Album Hood Politics IV Nov 7th

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Download DJBooth's new App, The PLUG Born and raised in the 978 (Lawrence & Haverhill, Massachusetts) 25 miles north of Boston, Termanology, now all of 23-years young, has been consumed with Hiphop and perfecting its craft since the age of 15.

Termanology is currently enjoying worldwide acclaim after the release of Watch How It Go Down, a street banger produced by the legendary DJ Premier. The video for Watch How It Go Down includes cameos from a whos who list of Hiphops elite; Premo, M.O.P., AZ, Styles P, Alchemist, Remy Ma and the video has chalked up over 20,000 views on Youtube.com. The Watch How It Go Down Remix features legendary Lil Fame of M.O.P. & mixtape mainstay Papoose and in its firstfew daysof release has been spun by such DJ's as Clue, Kay Slay, Marley Marl and Absolut.

On 11-7-06 Terms new Street Album, Hood Politics IV, hits stores worldwide via a joint venture between Terms own ST. Records & Brick Records with Distribution fromTraffic Entertainment. Hood Politics IV features production by DJ Premier, Roc Raida, MoSS, J. Cardim, Mr. Attic, DC & Statik Selektah and appearances by Papoose, Lil Fame of M.O.P., Blues legend Mighty Sam McClain, Trife Da God, Royce Da 59, Prospect of Terror Squad, Big Shug, Dre Robinson, and Terms crew ST.

Proving that hes primed to break out, Termanology is featured in the highly influential XXLs Show And Prove (September 2006, page 92), the October 2005 issue of The Sources Unsigned Hype column; a column that has gained notoriety for highlighting the best up-and-coming artists (term is also featured on The Sources latest Musical endeavor Fat Tape) and has been featured in ALL of New England's major newspapers (Boston Globe, Boston Phoenix, Boston Herald, etc...). In 2006 Term has graced the pages of many magazines including The Source, XXL, The Fader, URB, Elemental, Scratch, Ozoneand Pound. He was a guest emcee on BET's 106 & Park Freestyle Fridays, and acted on an episode of MTV's "The Shop". Further, Term has moved over 20,000 units of his popular Hood Politics seriesand his Indy project, Out The Gate, with producer DC (released on 1-31-06 ) debuted at #1 on the Indy & Hip-Hop charts at Newbury Comics. Term is also one of the biggest unsigned artists on myspace.com (60,000 + views).

Tracklisting for Termanologys Hood Politics IV:
1 - DJ Kay Slay &DJ PremierShade 45 Intro
2 - Watch How It Go Down
3 - Clinton Sparks Intro
4 100 Jewels
5 H.U.S.T.L.E.R.
6 Think It Over f/Trife Da God
7 Far Away f/Mighty Sam McClain
8 Cant Get Enough f/Jordan
9 Blow The Horns
10 Got Em f/Snuk of ST.
11 79 Murders f/Snuk & Ghetto of ST.
12 Good Conscience
13 Winter f/E3
14 Just Like Me
15 Watch How It Go Down Remix f/Papoose & Lil fame of M.O.P.
16 Rear View Mirror
17 Thats Life
18 Watch Your Back f/Royce 59 & Ed Rock of ST.
19 The Anthem Remix f/Big Shug, Dre Robinson & Ed Rock of ST.
20- Different World f/Prospect of Terror Squad

More information on Termanology is available at: www.myspace.com/therealtermanology


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