PREMIERE: Termanology “I Dream B.I.G.” ft. Styles P and Sheek Louch

There’s a reason that Kanye West mentions The Notorious B.I.G. in this line from “New God Flow“: “I’m living three dreams: Biggie Smalls’, Dr. King’s, Rodney King’s.” Biggie exemplified the grind and the end goal for someone in the hood to make it to a better place in life. The idea is older than Christopher Wallace but it never felt so attainable for many until him. Termanology is aiming to do the same for the next generation.

The MA emcee is back to announce a new album, More Politics, which will drop November 18th. If you’ll remember, his debut album was titled Politics As Usual so he’s finishing some business with his next release. It’ll feature production from Just Blaze, Q-Tip, Buckwild, Hi-Tek, Nottz, Dame Grease, J.U.S.T.I.C.E. League, and Statik Selektah. And for his latest single, Buckwild steps behind the boards to provide the lighter-than-a-feather beat for Term, Styles P, and Sheek Louch to paint a picture of their dreams. The three of them go down their list of multiple cribs, whips (which happen to match the chains), and other luxuries most of us have only seen on MTV Cribs.

Termanology explained the significance of the track to us via email:

“I’ve been a lifelong fan of The Lox, so having Sheek Louch & Styles P on my single is really exciting, not to mention Buckwild is one of my favorite producers. Rather than doing what people would expect from Term & The Lox, I wanted to make something creative and different. I went the conceptual route, writing about all the things I dream to attain and Styles & Sheek did the same.”

Finish off your work week with loftier visions of your future with the track above.

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