Posts Tagged ‘More Politics’
Always think about that Xzibit opening line, “You don’t wanna hotbox with me,” when coming across these. Actually, smoker or not… kinda feel like we all do. Stuff can get crazy, but peering through the smoke, we always learn things about the guest and their direction in these sessions. Next up: Roc Marciano toking and talking.
Roc Marciano talks with B-REAL about his long awaited new album, “Rosebudds Revenge,”. Longevity in the game, his start with Busta Rhymes & his new upcoming project with DJ Muggs on this episode of The Smokebox.
Something right about bringing your producer (Animoss) along for the ‘ride.’ Good session Roc.
Bostonian, Bostonite… actually Term is from Lawrence (just below The Bean). Dude does a GREAT interview – going back to trying to get on with GURU (RIP to the GangStarr great) and bringing it up to now (with the latest LP “More Politics”). But most important, watch and learn Termanology’s secret to ‘making it’ in the game. In short: BE READY TO GIVE UP YOUR LIFE FOR IT!
31 projects in – Termanology gives advice on breaking through the noise, advice on packaging and presentation + talks about working with legends.
We know Termanology has the Hip-Hop chops. Vocab for dope vocals…check! But what about what B-Real has on deck: Can dude handle the convo and endo in the bucket with closed doors & windows? Let’s watch ’em roll ’em up – the panes and the Red October PAIN. Smokebox time!
B-Real steps inside “The Smokebox” with Termanology. The interviews goes into the album, “More Politics.” Also, musical inspirations & favorite strains are discussed.
Term do beats, too? Nice!
For throwing rocks at the crown, your penalty is DEATH!
Yeah. This “Let’s Go” (Pt. 2) joint feels like Term started off in a stance and attacked the mic. The energy of the Stat beat, KXNG Crooked jumping in and beating it down… everything is right with this Hip-Hop. Another gold star for the “More Politics” project (out now).
Now this is a dope collab situation. A Statik Selektah beat as the basis for some of Hip-Hop’s latest. As far as the flows, these young lions can go. Get at the “Top Shotta” duo – Temanology & Joey Bada$$ – above in the the stream and below on the “More Politics” album Term has coming in a couple of days.
Styles P and Sheek Louch… D BLOCK! Helping out Termanology go for the gusto. Mucho gusto on this “I Dream B.I.G.” track produced by Buckwild. Cuts offered up by Term’s homie Statik Selektah. Off the forthcoming “More Politics” album (due out November 18, 2016).
“More Politics is Term’s best album yet.”
– Statik Selektah
“Term is bringing that heat. More Politics is his pinnacle project.”