Terem drops a 90s style influenced boom bap instrumental joint that takes you back to that Blackmoon Bucktown era. You can tell Terem, who is actually French, has really understudied the 90s hip hop sounds as the kicks and even the chords on Somewhere are all very reminiscent of that glorious era. According to the producer, he wants his music to speak differently to listeners without the necessary accompaniment of lyrics (not that he does not want people dropping knowledge on his beats). You can check it out and download this heat on all streaming sites where you can find Terem.

Terem is currently in the studio working with several artists including Sareem Poems, James Gardin, Armond WakeU, and more on new materials so watch out for them.

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