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Termanology: G.O.Y.A. (Gunz Or Yay Available)

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    2012 was a prodigious year for Termanology, as he released two highly acclaimed projects: reconnecting with Statik Selektah for the second installment of their group endeavor 1982 (the 2012 album was released in May of 2012), a project that featured Mac Miller, Freddie Gibbs, Crooked I, Havoc and Roc Marciano and spurned a worldwide tour, plus a collaborative project with M.O.P's Lil Fame entitled Fizzyology (released in November 2012) that featured Busta Rhymes, Bun B, Styles P, Freeway, DJ Premier & The Alchemist. He also had numerous TV appearances, including judging BET's "106th & Park" and a corresponding "The Back Room" freestyle, and was included on BET's "The Cypha" alongside Mike Epps & French Montana. Term also became a regular on MTV, including being a guest on Sway's "Rapfix" and on MTV News' "Mixtape Monday."

    Now in 2013 Termanology continues to build his legacy with his new solo-LP, G.O.Y.A. (Gunz Or Yay Available) "I love the vibe on this album, and it as recorded in Lawrence, MA; the city I grew up in as a kid" Termanology states. "I am also excited about it because it features some artists I haven't worked with before (N.O.R.E., Dice Raw of The Roots and Big Pun's son Chris Rivers) and because I worked with an upcoming-producer (Shortfyuz) from my neighborhood on the entire project. G.O.Y.A. has my traditional grimy street sound, but a lot of the slang and beats are really Latin influenced" Term relays.

    The CD version comes in a limited 'Coca-Case' package, featuring a foil mirror cover, embossed with the word 'G.O.Y.A.', and including a 3.5" Snuff Straw' in the spine of the jewel case!

    Track Listing

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    1. STV News
    featuring Sway
    Producers: Shortfyuz
    2. Scandalous
    featuring Chris Rivers
    Producers: Shortfyuz
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    3. Pulp Fiction
    featuring Reks
    Producers: Shortfyuz; DJ Deadeye
    Click to listen!
    4. Judo
    featuring N.O.R.E. (aka Noreaga)
    Producers: Shortfyuz
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    5. American Dreamin
    Producers: Shortfyuz
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    6. Back In The Day
    Producers: Shortfyuz
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    7. G.O.Y.A. (Skit)
    featuring Large Professor (of Main Source); Lil Fame (of M.O.P.); Pete Rock; DJ Premier (of Gang Starr)
    Producers: Shortfyuz
    8. Sazon
    featuring H Blanco; Ea$y Money
    Producers: Shortfyuz
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    9. Straight Off The Block
    featuring DJ Kay Slay; Sheek Louch (of D-Block); Lil Fame (of M.O.P.)
    Producers: Shortfyuz
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    10. Secret Location
    Producers: Shortfyuz
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    11. Compra
    featuring Tony Touch; Doo Wop
    Producers: Shortfyuz
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    12. Juju (Skit)
    featuring Juju (of The Beatnuts)
    Producers: Shortfyuz
    13. Take My Turn
    featuring Action Bronson; Jared Evan
    Producers: Shortfyuz; The Arcitype
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    14. Cocaine Eyes
    featuring Wais P; Statik Selektah
    Producers: Shortfyuz
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    15. You Aint Safe
    featuring Inspectah Deck (of Wu-Tang Clan); Maffew Ragazino
    Producers: Shortfyuz
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    16. Black Hole
    featuring Lee Wilson; Dice Raw
    Producers: Shortfyuz
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    17. 100 More Jewelz
    Producers: Shortfyuz
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    Total Comments: 42
    4 Stars
    Name: (Posted: 9/7/2014 9:47:00 PM; Partial IP: 64.170.247)
    Location: USA
    Comment: I love this album. I would trim the features a bit, but other than that, it's dope hip hop. Term just keeps getting better and better. He's a beast.
    4 Stars
    Name: (Posted: 6/25/2014 7:13:00 PM; Partial IP:
    Location: Ya Sister's Shower
    Comment: This just proved how wack Statik Selektah really is. This dude Shortfyuz comes out of NOWHERE, and his beats are twice as good as Statik's. Thank you Term, for doing an album without Statik's garbage ass! This LP was a nice surprise.
    3 Stars
    Name: (Posted: 2/2/2014 6:55:00 PM; Partial IP: .201.65.74)
    Location: az/ hell
    Comment: Some good songs , some dumb jiggy lyrics, beats for the most part sound good , this is by the numbers rap music!!
    1 Star
    Name: (Posted: 12/14/2013 2:51:00 PM; Partial IP: 48.152.169)
    Location: Methuen,ma
    Comment: Free Dog You trippin'. This dude don't got barz. You smokin' some futuristic ish man!!!
    5 Stars
    Name: (Posted: 11/2/2013 9:00:00 PM; Partial IP: 94.112.215)
    Location: dA bUrG, FL to ChiTown
    Comment: Termanology is DOPE!!! queen-g is a internet clown. Term probably fucked your baby mama or some shit hahaha fucking clown!! This album goes hard. Shortfyuz is mad talented and this album is gonna open alot of doors for the young homie. Salute to Termanology for delivering a FUEGO album
    Name: (Posted: 10/27/2013 11:40:00 PM; Partial IP: .34.230.62)
    Location: USA
    Comment: Wow quest is really on this fool terms dick removing my comment and shit. This dude is wack always has been. If premier and fame r with this clown its for the money. He looks white as snow but raps all n*gga n*gga n*gga. Spermanology cds are weed plates.
    4 Stars
    Name: (Posted: 10/26/2013 1:00:00 PM; Partial IP: 64.228.252)
    Location: Boston, MA
    Comment: Seems to me Term was trying to do a lot of the things with this album. Some work for me, the rest is solid but just alright. For me the parts that work are the Latin flavored tracks, the Goya shit, they come with a real 978 feel that noone else has ever done and on top of that boast some Puerto Rican guests that put together a strong track when often times salsa-type beats seem gimmicky or empty. "Compra" sounds just like walking through a Lawrence bodega or a Haverhill Market Basket. "Judo" and "Sazon" were strong tracks with effective guests; the Pun delivery on "Scandalous" is good but we already knew he can do that and good thing Chris didn't embarrass himself; Shortfyuz is the real star on that track though. Like other commenters I agree that even though the flow and rhymes come strong, there's not a lot of new ground broken lyrically on here. Still, "Pulp Fiction", "American Dreamin'", "Back in the Day", and "Take My Turn" are effective and well-structured, had me nodding. Harder tracks like "Straight off the Block", "Secret Location", and "You Ain't Safe" are alright but didn't blow my hair back or nothing. His other collabs with Wu, Fizzy, and Sheek are stronger than these ones. "Black Hole" and "100 More Jewelz" are the only two tracks that do heavy new work lyrically-- jaded reflection on life and cynical evaluation of the future. "Jewelz" is heavy and a nonstop 100 bar jam, but the reflective guitar tone makes me miss the stripped-down hunger of the Nottz-produced original "100 Jewelz". Strong album, good concept, most of it works, but I agree with others on here that it would be nice to see dude do something new for himself. No regrets buying this one though, and props to Term for the "Free Remy Ma", I f----- miss that woman.
    Name: (Posted: 10/24/2013 2:55:00 PM; Partial IP: 74.229.107)
    Location: Methuen,ma
    Comment: I think a lot of rappers hide behind hot beats. Wack flows with tight production. This album is a perfect example of this.
    Name: (Posted: 10/21/2013 8:18:00 AM; Partial IP: 54.167.231)
    Location: Prov-0-dense
    Comment: There seems to be some kind of disconnect with this cd or Term in general. When you see a 5star rating and then a 1star rating, something is off. @boss-g, do you really think this album deserves a 1star rating? Is it that terrible and up there with a lil wayne cd? Also, I believe Term is dominican. I could be wrong but if that is the case, then you must be upset with Fat Joe dropping the "N" bomb or any other latin american for that matter? I personally think using the "N" word by any race is overplayed especially in the hip hop game. If you want to impress me, do a whole album without using the "N" word. That goes for blacks, greens, whites, yellows and anyone else I missed. It is what it is.
    Name: (Posted: 10/19/2013 3:59:00 AM; Partial IP: 26.126.161)
    Location: ny
    Comment: he is latin you dumb sh!t
    Name: (Posted: 10/15/2013 4:40:00 PM; Partial IP: .46.106.78)
    Location: Prov-0-dense
    Comment: @D-Lux, good point homie...everybody has to eat I guess lol
    5 Stars
    Name: (Posted: 10/12/2013 7:44:00 PM; Partial IP: 26.126.161)
    Location: ny
    Comment: never was a fan but this album got me. n.y. Spanish feel. ima 30 yr old white boy love golden era rap an love this album. support good hip hop!
    Name: (Posted: 10/12/2013 2:57:00 PM; Partial IP: .89.57.229)
    Location: Germany
    Comment: I haven't heard this one yet...I can see both sides of what y'all are discussing about Term. I always thought he was a tight rapper w/ a pretty decent ear for beats but I am kinda feeling that his subject matter is starting to wear thin on some listeners. Sometimes I am not sure if he can hold an album down solo because the guest appearances are always abundant. I did enjoy both 1982 albums, tho and I am glad to see him step away from Statik for an album. I'll still give this a listen.
    Name: (Posted: 10/11/2013 8:35:00 PM; Partial IP: 74.229.107)
    Location: Methuen, ma
    Comment: I'm sure they get their lil 5 thou for a beat ya dig? I think they'll work with vanilla ice if the price is right LOL
    Name: (Posted: 10/11/2013 3:52:00 PM; Partial IP: .46.106.77)
    Location: Prov-0-dense
    Comment: Good shit D-Lux. I respect that even though you came up short on 1 album ha! I got: 1.) DJ Premier 2.) Large Professor 3.) Pete Rock 4.) EL-P 5.) Marco Polo...Top 5 Albums: 1.) Nas - Illmatic 2.) GZA - Liquid Swords 3.) Cannibal Ox - Cold Vein 4.) Reflection Eternal - Train of Thought 5.) Wu-Tang - Enter the Wu-Tang (36 chambers) @Rap news..I get what you are saying with your statement but how is that applicable with this album or Term for that matter? Do you think the guest emcees he gets for his projects just jump on because of the dough and not because they actually think Term is talented to work with? He has worked with top notch producers as well. Do you think the same with them? I do not think Premo, Pete Rock, Large Professor or even Fizzy would waste their time if they didn't think Term had talent. But then again I could be wrong.
    Name: (Posted: 10/11/2013 11:39:00 AM; Partial IP: 74.229.107)
    Location: Newark, NJ
    Comment: Just because you pay people in the Rap game to be in your project doesn't mean you can rap. It just means that those artists in the rap game won't say no to anybody's money!!!
    Name: (Posted: 10/11/2013 11:32:00 AM; Partial IP: 74.229.107)
    Location: Methuen, ma
    Comment: Top 5 albums: Notorious BIG-Ready to Die The Game-Documentary Mobb Deep-The Infamous Nas-Illmatic Top producers: Just Blaze, Havoc of Mobb deep, Dr.Dre,Nottz Raw of DMP, and Preemo!!
    Name: (Posted: 10/11/2013 9:11:00 AM; Partial IP: 54.167.231)
    Location: Prov-0-dense
    Comment: Nah I feel ya on that D-Lux but with Term, at least he has talent to get it out there to the masses. He utilizes dope producers and always has great guest appearances. Maybe he does take it too far with his material, but that is him so I can respect that. Yo D-Lux, what are your top 5 albums of all time and top 5 producers of all time? Thats your homework homie!!! peace
    Name: (Posted: 10/10/2013 8:29:00 PM; Partial IP: .112.42.64)
    Location: Nyc
    Comment: I TRIED to give this album a shot...& as much as I love multi-syllabic rhymes & fluid flowing. Term ain't the one in my book. I partially hated the predictable lyrics. Chris Rivers is FAR too agressive & less clever lyrically opposed to his late dad. Rough & recycled feel throughout the whole project.
    Name: (Posted: 10/10/2013 7:19:00 PM; Partial IP: 74.229.107)
    Location: Methuen, ma
    Comment: Props to you D-Stroi. I just think errybody think they a rapper nowadays ya dig?
    Name: (Posted: 10/10/2013 1:35:00 PM; Partial IP: 54.167.230)
    Location: Prov-0-dense
    Comment: @D-Lux, I guess I can agree on some of your reasoning. Term isn't for everyone so I can respect your opinion. I just value talent whether it's "conscious" or "street" personas. I get it, you hunger for substance as do I trust me, but once and a while, we need that M.O.P type of bangers to make your head nod. Truthfully, I do not know much about Jay Electronica. I only heard is verse on the Kweli RPM album and the dude has talent. I have over 1,000 cd's in my library ranging from Jedi Mind Tricks to J-Live. I just love and appreciate good music on all levels and all styles. Also, I do agree that he drops too much product but just like his boy Reks, he has the same kind of catelog going with his music and he is consistent with it. Bigups D-Lux, good shit
    5 Stars
    Name: (Posted: 10/10/2013 8:51:00 AM; Partial IP: 29.147.115)
    Location: Bowskill
    Comment: I`m giving 5 STARS mainly due to the heavy dope ass beatz this new cat PRODUCER SORTFYUZ is that good, the spiting is alright but good be better.
    Name: (Posted: 10/9/2013 6:30:00 PM; Partial IP: 74.229.107)
    Location: Methuen, MA
    Comment: Another thing. He drops too much product. Sometimes less is more!!!
    Name: (Posted: 10/9/2013 5:56:00 PM; Partial IP: 135.189.50)
    Location: Andover
    Comment: I still have not heard this album so no rating yet but in general I think it comes down to a lack of hunger. Term is a dope MC. I know this cause Hood Politics 1-4 and Politics As Usual were all bangers. After that I started having a tough time with his shit. Seems like he just ran out of clever ways to spit street shit and it got boring. Not all of it though. I do like the album with Fame. He sounded hungry on that like he did back in the day but I have a feeling it was because that album was probably recorded a while ago and took a minute to drop. I don’t know. The 1982 stuff is boring to me too. I just think lyrically with his content and subject matter its hard to keep coming up with new ways of delivering it without getting repeatative. Thats why a lot of rappers don’t last. I am hoping when I hear this it will hit me like the old shit did.
    Name: (Posted: 10/9/2013 5:40:00 PM; Partial IP: 74.229.107)
    Location: Methuen,MA
    Comment: Truthfully? I hear his rhyming and I think everything that comes out of his mouth is too obvious and literal. Listen to Jay Electronica spit. What he spits is mad criptic and obscure. Feel me?
    Name: (Posted: 10/9/2013 1:06:00 PM; Partial IP: .46.106.77)
    Location: Prov-0-dense
    Comment: @D-Lux: Out of all of the emcees out there you listed Kendrick Lamar and Pusha-T from Clipse? Whatever toots your horn bro but I will respectively disagree. However, I do agree with music having substance is critical but why is his rhymes garbage? I understand Term is not for everyone and respect everyone's opinions but why is he trash?
    2 Stars
    Name: (Posted: 10/9/2013 12:13:00 AM; Partial IP: 74.229.107)
    Location: Methuen, MA
    Comment: The beats are tight but the rhyming is garbage!! Want real rhymes with substance? Kendrick Lamar, Pusha-T, Raekwon etc. U know the real artists!!!
    3 Stars
    Name: (Posted: 10/8/2013 7:01:00 PM; Partial IP: .123.19.36)
    Location: Hartford
    Comment: It's ok, but def not close to Terms best work, I thinks its worth a listen but not $16
    5 Stars
    Name: (Posted: 10/8/2013 11:25:00 AM; Partial IP: 67.169.131)
    Location: Greensboro, NC
    Comment: This album is good! he's spitting that hot fire, man. Termanology has done it again.
    5 Stars
    Name: (Posted: 10/8/2013 4:59:00 AM; Partial IP:
    Location: Pretoria, South Africa
    Comment: I'm a fan of Term, and damn he came thru with this one :) SHOWOFF!!!!!
    4 Stars
    Name: (Posted: 10/5/2013 9:37:00 AM; Partial IP: 13.200.253)
    Location: São Paulo, Brasil
    Comment: Term is a good mc, I like you mixtapes. This album seems to be very good. Termanology is Dope!!!!! Brazilian greetings Term...
    5 Stars
    Name: (Posted: 10/4/2013 12:36:00 PM; Partial IP: .193.68.15)
    Location: Newark
    Comment: This album sounds OFFICIAL!! I never got the hate Term gets
    4 Stars
    Name: (Posted: 10/4/2013 5:22:00 AM; Partial IP: .89.99.100)
    Location: Riyadh, KSA
    Comment: Been tracking Term for a decent time now, as always he rides the beat too hard. Can't complain about his flow precision, the content could've been a lot stronger. What's worth assessing is Shortfyuz, never heard of this boy before, he got skillz. All the beats are eccentrically crafted. Props.
    2 Stars
    Name: (Posted: 10/4/2013 2:29:00 AM; Partial IP: .182.93.47)
    Location: 209, CA
    Comment: got to sample this album. so far it sounds dope. term always brings a flow. the beats are good on this album, good for driving.
    Name: (Posted: 10/3/2013 5:24:00 PM; Partial IP: 135.189.50)
    Location: Andover
    Comment: Haven't really cared for anything from Term since Politics As Usual. A lot of his stuff now just sounds so thrown together. Quantity way over quality. I will give this a spin as I do with all of his stuff but I am super turned off by the whole straw and mirror shit. I feel like it narrows down the audience almost. Like I look at that and immediately think “this shit isn’t for me” and I may be right. But... I will give it a listen as I have peeped all his shit since he started out.
    Name: (Posted: 9/30/2013 2:04:00 PM; Partial IP: .0.141.238)
    Location: Calgary
    Comment: I dont understand why there's people hating on Term, he's been dope since he launched his career many years ago doing work with Premier. He's got lots of great songs, a dope flow and some content to his music. all you backpackin nerds need to settle down and not take things so serious. It's a dope artist with a dope album.
    Name: (Posted: 9/26/2013 10:49:00 PM; Partial IP: 61.105.215)
    Location: USA
    Comment: Got the preorder for this album this on iTunes, wish I waited for the limited edition physical copy as this would be one of the collection. The packaging is dope, someone definitely put some thought into it.
    Name: (Posted: 9/23/2013 7:39:00 PM; Partial IP: 157.120.95)
    Location: Ontario,Can.
    Comment: I'm not a fan of this cat but now I know why,he's a good mc,but the album cover is more gimmick than substance,there's like a couple good tracks and thats it.You know the little punks will cop this just for the packaging.Fuck this bullshit.
    Name: (Posted: 9/22/2013 11:49:00 PM; Partial IP:
    Location: USA
    Comment: Man. Guests looking good on this album so far. But the little bits I heard from Termanology have been meh. I think his flow and speed and rhyming is all decent/good but his subject matter and delivery are kinda wack. I do admit I have not listened to much of his work or his early shit that people seem to like more. Hopefully those are tight and so is this LP.
    Name: (Posted: 9/18/2013 11:38:00 AM; Partial IP: .69.249.40)
    Location: MASS
    Comment: this dood is wack as fugg now. he came out spittin positive messages but still keepin shit tight, real and gritty... now hes droppin albums with mirrors and straws to sniff coke.. get the $%^& outta here. term hasnt had anything nice since hood politics mixtapes/ politics as usual.
    Name: (Posted: 9/17/2013 10:53:00 AM; Partial IP: 54.167.227)
    Location: Prov-0-dense
    Comment: Yo Kalo, South or North Attleboro lol? Lawtown been doing things for a minute now back when Statik was doing beats for Reks on "Along Came the Chosen". Term is loved and hated by many but anyone with any logic will say that Term is a dope lyricist. Anyone that opposes that statement is either hating or deaf. I think he caters to different masses of listeners but either way he has proven his accountability with the material he has dropped over the years. Just ask the producers he has worked with in the past and present. Then ask if your negative comments are justified. Keep doing you're thing Term and hurry back to Providence
    Name: (Posted: 9/16/2013 5:16:00 PM; Partial IP: .34.230.62)
    Location: attleboro
    Comment: do you see the perpetrator? yeah i'm right here!
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