Dom P Tera iz him Interview Oct 29, 2009 9:22:17 GMT -5
Post by Dark 7 Invader on Oct 29, 2009 9:22:17 GMT -5
Wu-Tang Killarmy's Dom Pachino [aka P.R. Terrorist] readies a sequel to his first ever solo outing "Tera. Iz Him" which was considered a classic, sold out and got reprinted to sell out numerous times.
Tera. Iz. Him 2 continues the tradition with an enhancement that meets what his die hard fans have come to expect. For an artist, entrepreneur, producer, a&r, manager and more, one has to acknowledge that Dom Pachino is probably one of the most underrated artists in the game right now. One of the leading members of Killarmy, Dom P's presence was dominate within a table of highly talented Mcs (9th Prince, Islord, Shogun Assassin, Kinetic 9, and Killa sin), and a producer (4th Disciple), probably the most popular member of the group, without taking anything from the rest of the members, fans used to debate between him and lyrically sharp Killa Sin to be the best within the group. First to venture out after the group's last album, Dom P was the only one holding the Killarmy flag and Puerto Rican pride within the Wu for a while, releasing a catalogue of albums, collabos and projects that kept Killarmy name's alive, up to 210 songs floating around, this man is rightly fully considered "the hardest working man" in the business, P has paid all dues and have always been a step ahead of the game, which in retrospect might not have been beneficial to his movement, especially as its taken his fan a longer time to catch up to Dom Pachino's brilliance.
Seems people tend to appreciate something when its not there any more, this could possibly be Dom P's last ever album? Is the Killarmy reunion ever going to happen? Is he cool or not with Wu-Tang? all this answers and more can be found on his new album "Tera. Iz. Him part 2, which comes out via his own imprint Napalm recordings on the 3rd of November 2009 and features the likes of Warcloud aka Holocaust (Westcoast Wu-Tang Killa Beez), Bronze Nazareth, Killarmy, Shyheim and his own artists Bugsy Da God and Just Da Barbar.
As P prepares to return to the West coast for an exclusive tour, Wu-International catches up with the man to find out what goes through the mind of a Puerto Rican Tera.
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