For years the WU off shoots, affiliates have made it almost impossible who was Wu-Fam and who wasn't but for Dom Pachino of Killarmy, that hasn't been the issue, after weak and bad reviews for his last effort “Power Rulez”, you either knew dude had to come back strong as he did when he was with Killarmy back in the days and early in solo career or else.
For the most part “Tera Iz Him 2” the long awaited sequel to his debut LP “Tera Iz Him” back in 2002, which was praised for stay gutter, grimy and militant yet still kept the murky dark themes and likewise production. On “Tera Iz Him 2” Dom P drops allot of dope, dark, strong gritty rhymes along side cats like Shyheim, Bronze Nazareth, and Kevlar 7 among others. Yet still there are collabos that lyrically were dope, dark and deep like “TERRORIST PIRATESHIPS” yet still didn't seem it came off or executed that well.
But going back to other tracks like “Welcome 2 the Show”, “Murder He Wrote” or “Invade Cha Empire” with 9th Prince and Islord of Killarmy mostly were all in the vein of Killarmy album and you wouldn't expect nothing less than that. What was a let down was the weak featuring in cats like Just Da Barber, Bugsy Da God and Live Brim, now I am all for bringing in new talent, new cats but damn can you pick them better is all I am asking. Overall this album is a 3 ½ out of 5 for the fact it was thematically ill but the execution of this album needed to be coordinated allot better. And I also feel the over use of feature in the last half of the album was an attempt to save it which it didn't need it, it just needed that old P.R. Flow from the Killarmy days.
3 ½ out of 5 stars