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Written by: Robbie Ettelson
The time has come to put a stop to the biggest threat to hardcore hip-hop in 2012 – Termanology appearances. Originally hailing from MA, this PR MC moved to the BX a few years back after his breakthrough ‘Watch How It Go Down’ single with DJ Premier. I copped that record and even interviewed him for a magazine, but then something awful happened…for some ungodly reason, he started doing this Whisper Rap thing which makes me want to puncture my ear canal with a blunt pencil every time I hear it. Not a big problem, right? I can just ignore his music.
The issue was that he then went and made the Politics As
Usual album with all the Illmatic producers, which I was forced to listen to just to case there was something great on there (there wasn’t, thanks to the Whisper Rap). Term is also down with Lil’ Fame, so I’ve had to endure more of his raps everytime Fizzy throws him a beat or guests on one of his songs. Not the end of the world, right? Wrong. Now dude has made a whole album with Fame, and all of it has sounded incredible – if Termanology wasn’t on it!
So this new track dropped on Monday, which I attempted to ignore so that I didn’t have to endure more whispering, until it struck me – why not just edit him out? You may recall a similar situation from a few years back when Cormega loyalists decided that Lakey The Kid was not worthy to share the booth and removed his raps from the My Brother’s Keeper LP completely. The only problem is having to remove him from the whole album could prove time consuming and technically difficult depending on how many verses overlap, but I’m willing to give it a shot, or even pay an expert to do it for me. Kickstarter, anyone?
As a public service, here’s the new Fame, Busta and Styles song that Premier produced, with that annoying guy removed. You’re welcome.
Lil’ Fame feat. Busta Rhymes & Styles P – ‘Play Dirty’
Bonus: M.O.P – ‘Crazy’ [Termanology Free Version], courtesy of Verge.
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