Synonyms for termanology or Related words with termanology

selektah              pimpin              kokane              yukmouth              kurupt              mistah              murda              thuggin              skyzoo              rhymefest              louch              dopeman              hussle              killa              kayslay              soopafly              statik              mobstaz              xzibit              mystikal              chinx              twista              rapsody              gangsta              glocc              sheek              grafh              hustlin              pusha              cappadonna              ugk              ghetts              cormega              ampichino              capleton              torae              bidness              hatin              niggaz              hustla              battlecat              dorrough              mysonne              realest              noreaga              rittz              bizness              buckwild              marvaless              prynce             



Examples of "termanology"
Out the Gate is a collaborative album by rapper Termanology and producer DC the Midi Alien.
Cameo King III is the sixteenth mixtape by Termanology hosted by Statik Selektah.
The Evening News EP is the second EP by American hip hop duo 1982, composed of Statik Selektah and Termanology.
Hood Politics II is the second installment of several mixtapes in the Hood Politics Mixtape series from rapper Termanology.
1982 is the debut album by American hip-hop duo 1982, composed of record producer Statik Selektah and rapper Termanology. The album was released on October 26, 2010
On December 19, 2014, Ace was featured on a track called "My Style" with German Producer "The Mighty Moe" who also produced for Termanology, Reks and many more.
Hood Politics V is the fifth installment of several mixtapes in the Hood Politics Mixtape series from rapper Termanology mixed by Statik Selektah and hosted by Big Mike.
On July 7, 2016, Termanology released his first single for his new album "More Politics", "We're Both Wrong" featuring Saigon and produced by Q-Tip.
Politics As Usual is the second album by the Massachusetts-based rapper Termanology. A music video for "How We Rock" was released in early 2009.
Hood Politics III: Unsigned Hype is the third installment of several mixtapes in the Hood Politics Mixtape series from rapper Termanology.
Started at 2011. The local dj resident are Dj Rokam and Dj Laki. Both djs have released a few street mixtapes. At 2013 Termanology and Lil' Fame did a show at their party.
If Heaven Was A Mile Away (A Tribute J Dilla) is a mixtape from the rapper Termanology with production from J Dilla as a tribute to the recently deceased producer.
Hood Politics IV: Show and Prove is the fourth installment of several mixtapes in the Hood Politics Mixtape series from rapper Termanology mixed by Statik Selektah and hosted by Clinton Sparks.
Shut Up And Rap is the third studio album by American rapper Termanology, released on December 9, 2014, through his own record label, ST. Records, Statik Selektah's Showoff Records, and Boston based label Brick Records.
The Proposal is a collaborative studio album by producer/DJ Statik Selektah and the American rapper, Ransom. The project was finished within four days. The album features guest appearances from Easy Money, Styles P, and Termanology.
G.O.Y.A. (Gunz Or Yay Available) is the second studio album by American rapper Termanology, released on October 8, 2013, through his own record label, ST. Records, Statik Selektah's Showoff Records, and Boston based label Brick Records.
Hood Politics VI: Time Machine is the sixth installment in the Hood Politics Mixtape series from the rapper Termanology with production from DJ Premier, Statik Selektah, Large Professor, Pete Rock, MoSS and The Alchemist.
A third solo album, "Otherside of the Game", was released in November 2008, and features DJ Premier, Bumpy Knuckles, Billy Danze of M.O.P., Termanology, Blaq Poet, and Singapore Kane. He performed at the 2009 Boston hemp fest.
"1982" was released in October 2010, and is a joint release with producer Statik Selektah. On June 7, 2011, Termanology dropped the mixtape Cameo King II, which is a sequel to Da Cameo King. Later that year he and Ea$y Money made another collaborative project, entitled "S.T.R.E.E.T. (Speakin' Thru Real Experience Every Time). In early 2012, Termanology released 50 Bodies Pt. 4 which was hosted by Statik Selektah, D-Stroy, and DJ Deadeye. A couple of months later he and Statik Selektah (1982), released their sophomore album called 2012. The video for Lights Down was shot in Japan and was featured on MTV Jams. In November of 2012, Termanology & Lil Fame of the legendary rap group M.O.P., made a collaborative album called Fizzyology, a play on both of their stage names combined.
Chris Rivers has had collaborations with various groups including The Lox, Termanology, Vinnie Paz, Joell Ortiz Rivers made an album with Chino XL called Homicide Fetish. He was originally known as Baby Pun. His style is said to be similar to that of his father.