Termanology Songs

  • Spit Game Proper
    Spit Game Proper
    DJ Kay Slay generally likes to bring the technical rhymers out on his tracks, and his new single, "Spit Game Proper" is no exception. Loaded Lux, Termanology, and Cory Guns -- all known to go in on every beat they approach -- come through with some characteristically ferocious bars over a beat that keeps things pretty NEw York.
  • Get Off The Ground (DJ Premier Mix)
    Get Off The Ground (DJ Premier Mix)
    The final song on Termanology's Term Brady EP is a seven-and-a-half minute party cut called "Get Off the Ground" that features EIGHT different rappers, most of whom hail from New York City: Sean Price, his protege Ruste Juxx, Lil' Fame of M.O.P., Justin Tyme, Hannibal Staxx, Papoose, & Term's fellow Lawrence, MA emcee Reks. As the cherry on top, it also features some scratches from the venerable DJ Premier.
  • World Tour
    World Tour
    Termanology is an avowed Masshole and as such is a devout Tom Brady fan. His ode to Brady tha Gawd Term Brady EP is scheduled to drop today, and yesterday Term teased the project with a quality track called "World Tour." First off, the song is produced by Statik Selektah, who pretty much never misses (Gostkowski-esque). Sounds like like some prog rock, Steely Dan-type sample here. Good beat, good verse, you can tell why Term and Statik are frequent collaborators.
  • Grade A
    Grade A
    Massachusetts rapper Termanology has a project coming out soon called Term Brady EP -- an ode to New England Patriots superhuman quarterback Tom Brady. (Who just beat a charge!) The first offering from Term Brady is classy number by the name of "Grade A." With 9th Wonder on the MPC an Statik Selektah on the vinyl scratches, the track is a lock to not suck. Term drops solid bars as always.
  • Latino Unification
    Latino Unification
    Termanology and Manny Garcia have joined force for "Latino Unification," a celebration of their heritage produced by DJ Ready and Phil Coyle. "We all stand strong together than we can make it" is the mission statement, but there's plenty of straight-up brag-rapping as well, with Statik Selektah cutting into the party to supply some scratching.
  • Ain't No Half Steppin
    Ain't No Half Steppin
    Having hopped on tracks with Styles P and Joell Ortiz, NYC spitter Chris Rivers links up with HNHH's favorite Masshole Termanology on "Ain't No Half Steppin." The duo last linked up on
  • Ain't Comin Up Off Me
    Ain't Comin Up Off Me
    Its been a minute since we last heard from Wais P, but with a project on the way, Wais gives the project’s executive producer, Statik Selektah, the green light to premiere his newest offering “Aint Comin Up Off Me” featuring Maino & Termanology. Produced by ATG (and mixed by Statik Selektah), the NYC veteran delivers a mellow record that finds him brushing off the ladies and gold diggers. Look for it to see life on his upcoming album, Pimpin Saved My Life, which is on the way.
  • Boston Vs. Everybody
    Boston Vs. Everybody
    It's been a few weeks since Eminem's massive "Detroit Vs. Everybody" made its debut on our front page. Finally, responses are coming in. (Hey, tracks this huge take time to organize.) Following the Trick-Trick led sequel to the original, Statik Selektah comes through with some hometown heroes for his own edition of the record. Featuring Masspike Miles, Termanology, Reks, Ea$y Money, JFK, Smoke Bulga, Chilla Jones, Dutch Rebelle, Millyz, Slaine, Sammy Adams, Esoteric and Edo G, "Boston Vs. Everybody" is now available for streaming and download.
  • No Surrender
    No Surrender
    Long Island emcee Typ iLL makes his HNHH debut today with "No Surrender." Featuring a standout verse from Termanology, this Snowgoons-produced track is not currently slated for a larger project. Fans of the emcees wordplay, however, should be anxiously anticipating Typ's upcoming, currently untitled, project entirely produced by Statik Selektah. Stay tuned for more on that.
  • I'm Good
    I'm Good
    Massachusetts spitter Termanology will be dropping an album by the name of Shut Up And Rap on December 9th, and today, he's shared a track from the project that also features Michael Christmas and Astro. "I'm Good" also features some cuts from Term's frequent collaborator Statik Selektah.
  • El Wave
    El Wave
    Massachusetts veteran Termanology will be dropping a new album on December 9th. Entitled Shut Up And Rap (an apt title considering his focus on straight up bars over stylistic flourishes), the album's just seen its first track dropped. "El Wave" also features REKS and Willie The Kid, and was produced by The Alchemist and Statik Selektah.
  • Can't Take It Anymore
  • Like This (East Coast Remix)
    Like This (East Coast Remix)
    With his debut album, Intuition, dropping this Tuesday, Boaz has been sharing new tracks off it for weeks now to promote it, and tonight he’s delivering another one for the masses.
  • The Colosseum
    The Colosseum
    Chicago producer A-Villa has been working hard on his debut album Carry On Tradition, which will be released on November 4th via Closed Sessions. Tonight, he decides to release his new single “The Colosseum”, featuring Big K.R.I.T., Termanology and Inspectah Deck.
  • Monsters
    KaliRaps has delivered yet another new leak leading up to the release of his mixtape, Mr. Misunderstood. Earlier in the month, we were given the solo cut "Suicide Note", but with this new one, Kali has recruited a couple big names.
  • Car Fight
    Car Fight
    Last month, Hot 97 premiered the latest track from Josh Xantus with “Car Fight”, but today, ShowOff Radio has decided to let go of the official release featuring Termanology. The Statik Selektah-produced cut features the R&B singer laying down some smooth vocals, while Termanology brings the hip hop flavor with his verse.  This one is specifically aimed at the ladies, but can’t be made at that. Turn the lights down, and vibe out to this with your loved one. Thoughts on the R&B collab?
  • Enter The Cypher
    Enter The Cypher
    DJ Kay Slay thinks there's some confusion surrounding what makes a "real hip-hop cypher", so today he's here to clear up any misconceptions you may have about a cypher, enlisting Papoose, William Young, Chris Rivers and Termanology to help him prove his point.
  • Dear Money
    Dear Money
    While he works on his upcoming album What Goes Around…, Statik Selektah is still flooding the ‘net with new content. Tomorrow, Statik will be dropping a new mixtape titled @shopAWOL Radio Volume 1 for free with “loads of exclusives”, including this new one with frequent collaborator Termanology titled "Dear Money”. Give the new single a listen and get a taste of what’s to come on tomorrow's project. Thoughts on this record?
  • Mind Power
    Mind Power
    For those unaware, Pawz One is an emerging rapper and graffiti artist from Compton, California. "Mind Power" is a choice selection from his debut studio album Face The Facts, which you can stream to the left. It features his fellow Californian emcee Rass Kass and Boston spitter Termanlogy on the assist, with production from Default. The track details the "true journey from gutter life to thriving on top". Can you dig it? 
  • Scandalous (Remix)
    Scandalous (Remix)
    Termanology has been getting attention in the right places for his recent(ish) string of mixtapes and track releases. Today, he brings us "Scandalous (Remix)" which features Chris Rivers and Ras Kass of HRSMN lore.  The original song originally featured Chris Rivers but this time around Ras Kass joins in for the remix. The track is produced by Termanology's frequent collaborator, the producer Shortfyuze.