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5788Less than a year after the release his first official album, “Politics As Usual”, Termanology returns with “Time Machine”, through his own ST. Records label. It’s been a busy year for Term. Since the release of his well-received debut, which featured production by DJ Premier, Hi-Tek and Pete Rock, Term has toured extensively around the globe. He opened for Method Man and Redman on the nationwide “Still High” tour and headlined his own 2009 European tour.

“Time Machine” features production by Don Cannon, DJ Premier, The Alchemist and Large Professor, and guest vocals by Joell Ortiz, Lil’ Fame and Sheek Louch. Term will be going back out on the road in support of in support of “Time Machine”. In late August he’s in Europe with M.O.P., Reks and Statik Selektah. He will be one of the headliners at the prestigious Hip Hop Kemp festival in the Czech Republic alongside Method Man, Lady Sovereign and La Coka Nostra. When he gets back, Term will be performing dates across the United States.

Term was raised in the post-industrial, predominantly Latino city of Lawrence, MA. The half-white, half-Puerto Rican MC constantly traveled between Boston and NY in pursuit of his dream, and in 2002 Term released his first 12-inch. Through his alliance with influential mixtape DJ Statik Selektah, Term began earning the respect of Boston’s hip hop scene with several highly acclaimed 12″ singles. At the onset of 2006, Term’s big break came when DJ Premier blessed him with one of his signature, scratch-laden beats. “Watch How It Go Down” instantly became an underground classic and Termanology appeared on hip hop’s international radar. The conscious hood anthem garnered the earnest MC tons of praise, landing him in The Source’s Unsigned Hype and XXL’s Show and Prove columns.


01. Nobodys Smilin’
02. Brown Paper Bag
03. Stick Up feat. Sheek Louch & Quest Tha Young’n
04. Time Machine feat. Reks
05. Wild Puerto Ricans feat. Tony Touch & Ea$y Money
06. Forever feat. Superstah Snuk
07. My Boston feat. Big Shug & Singapore Kane
08. Hold That
09. It’s A Shame feat. Joell Ortiz
10. God’s World
11. Music Industry Rmx feat. Royce Da 5’9, Crooked I, Consequence & Akrobatik
12. Passion Iz Money feat. Lil Fame of M.O.P. & Quest Tha Young’n
13. Bout To Go Down feat. Superstah Snuk & H Blanco
14. Nothing Iz Real
15. Good Day feat. Hectic & Ghetto
16. I See Dead People

The album TermanologyTime Machine” (ST. Records) is going to be released September 18, 2009.

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