"Cameo King II": "I Like To Get On A Track W/ Somebody & Body Them"

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5 Reasons Why You Should Buy...: "Cameo King II": "I Like To Get On A Track W/ Somebody & Body Them"

Tuesday, Jun 7, 2011 12:05PM

Written by SOHH for Termanology

[In light of today's release of Cameo King II, Boston rapper Termanology throws down the Top 5 reasons you should cop his latest album.]

1. Patiently Waiting

The number one reason why you need to buy this record is because you can't wait for my new album Fizziology with Lil Fame from M.O.P. which is coming out this summer. And you have to pass the time because you just can't wait that long. You just have to cop this album. I knew it was going to take a little while to seal the deal, get the artwork, everything done. So I said, "You know what? I did all these dope songs. I did a song with Freeway, I did a song with M.O.P. for their album, I did a song with Freddie Gibbs, and I'm doing all these new songs and nobody really knows about them." So I decided to let all of my fans know I did all of these big collaborations, threw them on there and put some new songs on there. Everything came together nice. And the cover represents real hip-hop.

2. Better Than Before

The second reason is because you may have purchased the first album, Cameo King, which had Talib Kweli, Royce Da 5'9 along with other great emcees on there. And you already like how I got down with that one. So if you liked that one, then make sure you cop part two.

3. Real N*gga Roll Call

The third reason would be because there's great artists on there like Joell Ortiz, Bun B, Sheek Louch, Freeway, Saigon, M.O.P., Freddie Gibbs. The list just goes on. It's just a whole lot of dope rappers on there that I would like the world to see how I get down when it comes to collabos with other artists. I'm very competitive in nature. I like to get on a track with somebody and body them. So when I get on a track with somebody of a high caliber, I really gotta step my game up. It's like a fighter when he gets into the ring.

4. Best Buy

The fourth reason I would say is because there's 22 songs on it. And if you buy it on iTunes, it's only $7.99. So if you look at it like a dollar per song, you're still getting 14 full free songs from the project. I was trying to make it 20 songs because the first one was 20 and I was trying to keep up with it. But it was taking such a long time during the process that I did a couple new songs. I knew people were going to buy it anyway so I figured why not give them a few extra joints. I really wanted to put as much on the CD as possible too. You'll see, the time is basically filled all the way up.

5. Electric Circus

I say the fifth reason you should buy it is because there's seven Statik Selektah beats on there. Statik Selektah is quickly becoming one of the greatest new school hip-hop producers there is. He's one of the only producers left that puts scratches on beats. So if you're a Statik Selektah fan, that's one reason.

You Decide. Will you purchase Cameo King II?

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