Termanology clearly has talent to spare, but for all his constant reminders, it doesn't always show. Much like Canibus, his verses are always well put together but not always compelling.
Termanology [click to read] entered the recording industry with a heavy load of self-induced pressure. Seconds into "Watch How It Go Down," the Massachusetts native proclaimed that he was "The Holy resurrection of Pun." Two years and several installments of his Hood Politics mixtape series later, Termanology shows no signs of backing away from that statement on Politics As Usual.
Armed with contributions from heralded beatsmiths like DJ Premier, Pete Rock [click to read], and Havoc, Politics seems to be an ideal place for someone hoping to be Christopher Rios' heir. Much like the well-loved Boricua, Termanology can be self-assured, personable, or menacing when the mood strikes him. Though it has been two years since the release of "Watch How It Go Down," Term's manhandling of Premier's