Smif-N-Wessun Join Termanology On A Song That’s Rugged & Raw (Video)

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It has been a busy season for Smif-n-Wessun. Last week, Tek joined Pharoahe Monch on Wu-Tang Clan and Sean Price’s remix to “Pearl Harbor.” Meanwhile, General Steele joined Buckshot for a Sean P tribute video, “Apartheid.” Both solo appearances came after 9th Wonder confirmed producing Smif-n-Wessun’s next album with his Soul Council cohorts. The crew also appeared on a 9th-produced Rick Ross collaboration (“Capone Suite”) from this year’s Superfly remake.

Together, Tek and Steele also appear in Termanology’s “Kaleidoscope.” Directed by Myster DL for Ill Mannered Films, the visual is black-and-white with a straightforward approach. The three MCs rhyme about a spectrum of hustling white on a beat by Griselda Records’ Daringer.

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“Term Brady” spits first, then Tek, with Steele closing down the cut. The video belongs to the just-released Bad Decisions. That ST. Records LP features Raekwon, Willie Da Kid, CRIMEAPPLE, and another Griselda member, Conway The Machine.