Termanology Announces New Album, Vintage Horns, Releases New Single ft. Eto & Tek

While that sure came out of left field.  Even despite already releasing a joint album, Set In Stone, with famed and legendary producer, Dame Grease, back in September, Boston emcee, Termanology appears to not be done with new releases for the year.  As he announced earlier today the release of his next solo album, Triumphant Horns at midnight tonight aka tommorrow, Friday, Dec. 13th.  Also releasing the very triumphant Statik Selektah-produced lead single, Nobody, which features Eto and Tek of Smif-N-Wessun.  It finds all three emcees showing how lyrically great and sharp they are, even when nobody always thought they were.  The Black Thought sample that Statik brought for the track really the perfect complement for bringing the record to life and making it even greater.  Eto really showing out with his verse of, “Youngins’ blaming tradition for conditions they livin’ in.  Thought they can jump in the game without scrimmaging.  I brought the corner back.  Can only do it with diligence.  Now it’s the soldiers against the militants.  Black cart all run down and slay the catwalk.  Grocery bags over my boots, no pathmark.  Feds sweep the streets, then the grass march.  Than they draw the chalk, that’s crack art.”

You can listen to the very amazing new single below and also sitting at 14 tracks, check out the killer tracklisting and features, as well as production list for the album.  With longtime collaborator and friend, Statik Selektah, handling the bulk of production on the album, and Nef, as well as Shortfyuz handling a lot of the rest of the production.  That trio of producers handling production on 9 of the albums 14 tracks.