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Thread: Termanolgy new album Set In Stone entirely produced by Dame Grease

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    Default Termanology new album Set In Stone entirely produced by Dame Grease

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    Dame Grease produced the sickest album back in 98... Peace

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    Wish it was someone else instead of Termanology. To me he's just mediocre.

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    Term is one of those guys that either comes with it 100 percent or weak. Heís been really weak in the past few years, though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hotnikks View Post
    Dame Grease produced the sickest album back in 98... Peace
    It's dark and hell is hot?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rame View Post
    It's dark and hell is hot?
    N.I.

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    Let me tell you something, whether you like Term or not, one thing I have to give him is Termanology has put the motherfuckkng work IN.
    Look at his current resume...Albums, producers, features, projects heís been involved in, people heís worked with, the whole ST movement. Back in the early 2000ís unless you were from around here and were into hip-hop, you didnít know who term was. The fucking place I used to go cop CDs at, DJ deadeye was the cashier...true story. Now peep deadeye resume. These dudes have put the work down. They came out when it wasnít cool anymore to make the music they were making. The south was on top, NY was old news and no one was thinking about Boston/Lawrence rappers. Back when Snoop was putting out songs like Drop it Like Itís Hot... Term was working with an ILLMATIC-type lineup. Heís been pretty damn consistent and heís most definitely got some sharp flows. And Iím not his biggest fan but this thread just had me thinking.
    shoutout to Term Reks static the whole st and Deadeye for judging all my cd purchases.
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