Termanology shows the kind of versatility that marks new album 'More Politics' as a prized all-rounder. With a honeyed hook from past collaborator Cyrus Deshield ('I Fucks With You', 'Focused'), 'Krazy Thangs' reaches out to the sound of a piano stepper fit for a brownstone stoop, produced by the one and only Nottz. Examining the ever-constant complexity of relationships, its black and white breakdown of emotional ups and downs is reflected in simple but striking visuals.
A lot has changed since Termanology's 2008 debut 'Watch How It Go Down' thrust him onto hip-hop's international radar. But in hip-hop, just as in life, everything comes full-circle. He's back with 'More Politics', which, similar to his debut, brings together the elite of the elite in beatsmiths, asJust Blaze (Jay-Z, Beyonce, Eminem etc), Q-Tip (A Tribe Called Quest),Buckwild (DITC), Hi-Tek, Nottz, Dame Grease (Nas, Fat Joe, DMX,Kelis, MGK, LL Cool J, T.I. etc), and the Grammy Award winningJ.U.S.T.I.C.E. League (Rick Ross, Mary J Blige, Wale, Drake, Lil Wayne, Young Jeezy, Tech N9ne, Chance the Rapper, 2 Chainz etc), plus his brother from another mother Statik Selektah, all contribute production.
Not only does the production mark Term's current focus on creating top-tier songs, but he also enlisted the best-of-the-best to bless the mic on 'More Politics', including Joey Bada$$ (Pro Era), KXNG Crooked (Slaughterhouse), Bun B (UGK), Sheek Louch & Styles P (The Lox), Saigon, Westside Gunn, Ea$y Money, Conway, Chris Rivers, Your Old Droog and more.
'Krazy Thangs' follows on from the Dame Grease-produced 'It's Quiet', and the Buckwild-blessed 'I Dream B.I.G.' featuring Sheek Louch andStyles P of The LOX.