Author: Justin Grome
Coming out of San Diego is artist Terner. His style is different than every other artist because he has his own sound with hard beats as people would call "bangers" and the use of the various audio effects he uses to mask his voice especially on "Sauce". As you listen to Terner, you realize how lyrical this artist actually is. You can tell he has high aspirations for himself through his song "Globetrotter". He wants to travel the globe and see if his vision is real. The whole "Terner's World" project explains what type of artist Terner is. "Big Bag" starts out with a heavy bass and follows with Terner rapping very fast and there's no way you can bob your head to this. It sticks in your head and makes you want to listen to rest of his project with no hesitation. "Terner's World" as a whole project was a huge success in the music game and deserves more recognition than it actually has received. If you haven't heard of Terner, you definitely will be soon. The way he projects his bars throughout his verses shows he has confidence behind the mic. It sounds like he owns what he does and his personality definitely shows that. The cover art of the whole project shows him looking off into the distance with a nice view. What I portrayed from this was him looking ahead into a bright future that he has ahead of him in the music industry. The features he had on his project with artists such as Spazzy D and Auxycodone fit perfectly. Most people say that certain artists are better off with no features because it ruins their work, but in this case, the features assumed a role as a perk and complimented his style in all of the right ways.