Termanology Confirms Collaborative Album With M.O.P.’s Lil Fame
Fizzy Womack and Term are at work on a full-length, which will release after the “1982” project, with guest work from Alchemist and Sticky Fingaz.
Later this month, longtime emcee and production duo Termanology and Statik Selektah will release their official collaborative debut, 1982 on Showoff Records. In a recent interview with the United Kingdom’s Hip Hop Chronicle however, Termanology revealed that he has another full-length collaboration in the works.
The Lawrence, Massachusetts emcee will team with veteran emcee/producer Lil Fame, of M.O.P. fame for an untitled project. “It’s been done,” revealed Termanology. Additionally, he said, “We’re trying to get, maybe one beat from [DJ] Premier, and then we’ll be done.” The rapper said that over 30 tracks were recorded, with approximately 17 intended to make the forthcoming release. Fame, who produces under the moniker of Fizzy Womack, handled a bulk of production, with Alchemist and Statik Selektah contributing additional work.
At present, UGK’s Bun B and Onyx’s Sticky Fingaz are confirmed guests, with more expected.
Previously, Fame and Termanology have worked together on M.O.P.’s 2009 album, Foundation and Termanology’s 2008 debut, Politics As Usual.
The interview, posted below, also touches on Statik Selektah’s abilities and more.
Excerpt from HipHopDx.com