Termanology - Who’s The Nicest

Posted 8 years ago
Producer:
DC
Album:
Termanology & Ghetto: 2 Of Americaz Most Wanted

Following his well-received opinion of The Music Industry, Massachusetts MC and DJBooth underground favorite Termanology is ready to bring the streets another mixtape.  Teaming up with Ghetto to form 2 of Americaz Most Wanted, Term is ready to show everyone Who’s The Nicest.  Although this go-round is one of his shorter offerings (clocking in at just under three minutes), Term isn’t at all constrained by the time, rapping about his street soldier-esque disregard for corrupt law enforcement and his endorsement of the Democratic Party.  Add an epic-sounding string beat, courtesy of producer DC, and it’s a wrap!  Who’s The Nicest proves that the age-old quote, “nice guys finish last” simply doesn’t apply here.

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