If you were a record label sitting in your fancy office, listening to Terp 2 it’s album, The Freshest Dude, and trying to smoosh Terp 2 it into a certain category of hip hop, you’d probably classify him as nerdcore. You’d be half-right
If you were an average rap fan sitting on a beanbag chair and listening to Terp’s album, you’d probably call him just another rapper spitting out rhymes about his non-violent, gangsta-free life. You’d be a third of a quarter right
If you were Terp 2 it - seasoned battle rap veteran and self-proclaimed World Heavyweight Champion of the World - sitting on your toilet and listening to your own album, you’d probably call yourself a fun new voice in hip-hop. And you’d be just right, because you’d be Terp 2 it
If you like hearing rap songs about over-ordering sushi, getting rides to work, and cleaning up parties, you should be spinning Terp. If you prefer songs about jewelry, money and cars, then great, turn on the radio.
Terp 2 it has opened for MC Chris and Comedy Central Presents, performed at Maker Faire and Comedy Festivals, and has been featured in the New York Times.