2015-05-21T18:41:41-04:00 2015-08-17T20:38:04-04:00

Terrell Morris' "Book of Benny" belongs at the top of your reading list

Whether you're a young, burgeoning musician, a fry cook or an unemployed vagabond, we can all relate to the grit and grime of the grind, the menacing upward climb to prosperity. Patience is key.

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Toronto's Terrell Morris conveys this message beautifully in his latest track, "Book of Benny," a melodic joint with an interesting song structure. Terrell effortlessly elaborates on his music hustle with a hypnotic, sing-songy flow that suddenly breaks into sound clips of the film, Basquiat. The late Jean-Michel Basquiat, who's depicted in said film, was, like Morris, a virtuoso who steadily climbed his way to the top. The song's producer, Gat, also supplies a dope minimalist beat that gives Terrell plenty of headroom to tell his Basquiat-inspired tale.

Be on the lookout for more BLAPS from Terrell Morris and also check out the video for his single, "Shallow Hal," which was also featured on EARMILK!


Hip-Hop · Rap


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