Termanology first gained major attention with the 2006 single “Watch How It Go Down.” His debut solo album, Politics as Usual, was released in 2008, and since then, he has been known for his prolific output.
His 2005 single “This Is Hip Hop” caught the attention of The Source, which featured him in its “Unsigned Hype” column. His relationship with Gang Starr Foundation member Krumbsnatcha led to a meeting with DJ Premier, who was a fan of “This Is Hip Hop.” This connection led to DJ Premier producing Termanology’s 2006 single “Watch How It Go Down.”
Termanology’s mixtapes have also attracted critical attention, including his project over J Dilla beats, “If Heaven Was A Mile Away.” He has also collaborated with other artists, including a joint release with producer Statik Selektah in 2010 and a collaborative album with Lil Fame of the legendary rap group M.O.P., called “Fizzyology,” a play on both of their stage names combined.
In 2016, Termanology released his first single for his new album “More Politics,” “We’re Both Wrong” featuring Saigon and produced by Q-Tip. In 2022, he released a joint album with Paul Wall titled “Start 2 Finish.”