The LOX & Termanology Have Dreams Like Biggie, But Keep It Grimy (Audio )

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The LOX were present in the last days of Biggie Smalls. Before he left the world mourning his personality, rhyme skills, and giving heart, Christopher Wallace helped clear a path for Jadakiss, Styles P, and Sheek Louch to succeed. At the time, they were his hopeful label-mates at Bad Boy Records. Sadly, from the moment the world heard “It was all a dream” until his death, it was less than three years.

In the nearly 20 calendars since, Styles and Sheek have kept that dream alive, and stood for many of the same music and New York street principles as B.I.G. “I Dream Big,” orchestrated by Termanology, is about moving forward, elevating status, and reaching for ones goals—in the footsteps of lyrical giants. Produced by D.I.T.C.’s Buckwild (who also worked with Biggie) this More Politics song shows Term’s ability to execute a song theme (and rhyme with the master veterans), while making a track stand for more than just 3:33 of music.

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More Politics will release on November 18 on Brick Records.