Boston native Termanology celebrated Halloween by treating fans to a new music video for “Bad Dream” featuring Gauge. Backed by a haunting instrumental courtesy of producer Nastee, Term opens up on the struggles he finds himself caught up in on the streets and the reality of having to stay alert in order to avoid being sucked into the madness. This one definitely has a spooky vibe as the entire visual is antimated and showcases images of a grim reaper, demon police officers and much more.
Termanology serves up a new music video for the soulful track “American Dreamin” featured on the rapper’s new G.O.Y.A. album. Boasting a catchy sample courtesy of Shortfyuz, the smooth sounding track provides the perfect platform for the Lawrence native to kick some introspective rhymes and reflect on his life’s struggles and dreams.
Termanology is back with another standout track called “Take My Turn” featuring Action Bronson and singer Jared Evan off his his new album titled Goya (Guns or Yay Available). Produced by Shorty Fuz, the smooth track finds Term dropping braggadocios rhymes on his female interests, living the high life and hitting the streets to put in work while Bronson follows suit but finds the time to include raps about different cuisines. Evan takes the wheel on the track’s melodic chorus.
Termanology is back with another serving off his upcoming G.O.Y.A. LP with “You Ain’t Safe.” Equipped with features from Inspectah Deck and Maffew Ragazino, Term keeps the vibe real gritty and sends out lyrical warnings to anyone who may think they can cross him and his crew without consequences. The Boston rapper’s new G.O.YA. album is set to hit shelves on October 8.
Termanology delivers a new music video for “Judo” featuring New York native NORE. Incorporating a catchy Big Pun sample for the song’s hook, Term goes to work and demonstrates his lyrical skills with his signature slick street talk. ”Judo” will be featured on Termanology’s upcoming GOYA LP which is slated to drop on October 8.