Big K.R.I.T. links up with Statik Selektah and Termanology on the soulful Lights Down. Check it out below. Related: Statik Selektah and Termanology discuss their earliest experiences with hip-hop (Video)
Statik Selektah & Termanology (1982) dropped their new album 2012 yesterday. Here’s the latest video from the project. Check out Too Long featuring Ea$y Money. Click here to buy 2012.
Here’s a party joint from 1982 (Statik Selektah & Termanology). Check out the video for Up Every Night. Related: Statik Selektah and Termanology discusses their earliest music influences (Video)
Here’s a dope new track from 1982 (Statik Selektah & Termanology). Check out Thug Poets featuring Roc Marciano and Havoc. Related: Statik Selektah & Termanology discuss their biggest musical influences
Here’s a new joint from 1982 (Statik Selektah & Termanology) featuring Freddie Gibbs and Crooked I. Check out Make It Out Alive below. Previously: Statik Selektah and Termanology talk about
Statik Selektah and Termanology collaborated as 1982 to release one of the best albums of 2010. We caught up with each of them to talk about their earliest experiences with hip-hop. Check out the videos below where each discusses Where It All Began for him in hip-hop.
Statik Selektah Statik Selektah is one of the hardest working and illest producers around. Made in the mold of legendary producers like DJ Premier and Pete Rock, his tracks have
The audio for 1982′s (Statik Selektah & Termanology) Play Your Role dropped a few weeks ago. The song featured Reks and, like much of 1982′s material, is a not toward
1982 (Statik Selektah & Termanology) and Reks each had strong albums last year. The two combine on a new 1982 song. Check out Play Your Role. Also, you can catch
Statik Selektah and Termanology had a good run last year as 1982. They’re back with a new song ft Bun B.
Check out Race Against Time. If you missed these cats last year, click here for more. Click here to download.
The 1982 album by Statik Selektah and Termanology was one of my favorite albums last year. Here’s the video for The Radio off that project.
Like its title suggests, 1982 is throwback hip-hop. The sound does not reach back to the 80′s though. Instead, it lands in the early to mid-90′s, the golden age, and