Oh, you want more from Goya 3? Sure thing! Term and Shortfyuz are joined by UFO Fev and Nems for the video to “Don Julio.” With Shortfyuz on production, Term (Lawrence, MA), UFO Fev (El Barrio, Harlem) and Nems (Coney Island) give you a tour of their neighborhoods.
Termanology kicks off his 2021 campaign in preparation of his 41st project. Yes, 41st. On March 5th he’ll drop Goya 3 and he gets things going alongside Lil Fame, Jay Royale and Rome Streetz with “Broad Day.”
BRADY WATT FEAT. STATIK SELEKTAH, TERMANOLOGY, BIG SHUG, EDO G. & MORE – BACK AROUND THE WAY [VIDEO]
Brady Watt rocks on the bass and assembles a collection New England’s finest to deliver the video for “Back Around The Way.” Featuring Edo G., Termanology, Statik Selektah, Big Shug, Pleasure Pete, Millyz, Michael Christmas and Sammy Adams, “Back Around The Way” is a certified banger from Watt.
Statik Selektah and Termanology never fail the fans. The duo drop a video for “This Too Shall Pass” featuring Grafh and Haile Supreme.
Wais P and Statik Selektah collaborated for their Chinchilla album and the duo releases a video featuring the extended family as Termanology comes through and blesses “So Easy.”
Well, this is appropriate.
Statik Selektah and Termanology reunite as 1982 because of the spreading coronavirus pandemic and spent 11 hours banging out a new album titled The Quarantine. Dropping on March 20, the duo release the first single titled “Relatable” and are joined by CJ Fly and Kota The Fiend.
UFO Fev recently dropped his Fresh Air collaboration album with Statik Selektah. For a sample of what Fev has to offer, check out the cut featuring Termanology, ETO and Ransom titled “Hard Rock.”
Termanology & Dame Grease link with Bun B & Enisa to deliver a very inspiring and motivational song in “Travel the World”. Directed By Watsyn Filmz. The song and video showcase some of the places around the World Bun B and Term have traveled through music. The chorus is a catchy sing a long hook delivered by Enisa encouraging people to get out and go see the World. The video was shot in Brooklyn, New York at The Graffiti & Art project “The Bushwick Collective”.
As if you need more convincing, Paul Wall and Statik Selektah’s collaborative album Give Thanks is excellent. The duo will continue to send more reminders in visual form with the latest being “Are You Willin” featuring Termanology and Mia Jae.
After dropping “Black Mask,” Termanology and Dame Grease deliver another video off of Set In Stone (dropping 9/13) with “Heartbeat” featuring C Scharp.