SummaryWaving the Puerto Rican flag proudly, Term has spent the better part of the last two-years pounding the pavement from Boston to New York collaborating with artists such as DJ Premier, Mobb Deep, Lil Fame of M.O.P., Guru, JR Writer, Royce Da 5'9, and performing with the likes of 50 Cent, G-Unit, Fat Joe, Wu-Tang Clan, Kool G Rap, Lil Scrappy, Fabolous, Chingy, Tego Calderon, Akon and Saigon. Term's unrelenting grind includes releasing four mixtapes in the past year and a half. He's been spun by renowned DJs such as Clinton Sparks, Green Lantern, Kay Slay and hit the airwaves in heavy rotation from Boston's biggest radio DJs Geespin & Chubby Chubb.
Term's new Street Album "Hood Politics IV: Show & Prove" (hosted by Clinton Sparks, mixed by Statik Selektah) hits stores worldwide November 7th via a joint venture between the rappers own ST. Records & Brick Records. "Hood Politics IV" features production by DJ Premier, Roc Raida, MoSS, J. Cardim, DC & Statik Selektah and appearances by Blues legend Mighty Sam McClain, Trife Da God, Royce Da 5'9, Prospect of Terror Squad, Big Shug, Dre Robinson, and Term's crew ST. Da Squad. The album's not to be missed cut is "Watch How It Go Down", already a best selling 12". The full length also features a remix of the cut with guests Lil Fame of M.O.P. & mixtape mainstay Papoose, who recently signed a multi-million dollar deal with Jive.
Term is primed and ready to break big having been featured in XXL's "Show And Prove (Sept. 2006) and The Source's Unsigned Hype (Term is also featured on The Source's latest musical endeavor "Fat Tape"). Confirmed press for "Hood Politics IV" includes The Source - November review, Scratch - November review, The Source - "Off The Radar" feature in December, Hiphopgame.com - featured artist December, a feature in Rap Mag (France) and a feature in Juice (Germany). That's in addition to recent ink in everything from The Fader, URB, Elemental, Scratch, Ozone and Pound. He was a guest emcee on BET's 106 & Park Freestyle Fridays and acted on an episode of MTV's "The Shop". Term is also one of the biggest unsigned artists on Myspace.com (approaching 60,000+ views). Don't forget November 7th is Election Day, a perfect day to cast your vote for "Hood Politics IV".