Sit down, let Ab-Soul pour you a drank and join Terrace Martin as he takes you on a visual journey of “Something Else,” with his co-star Problem. The video shows Martin in a dysfunctional relationship where he has to make the ultimate decision to leave or stay. Produced by 9th Wonder and Terrace Martin, “Something Else” is featured on 3 Chord Fold, dropping soon.
You may have heard Terrace Martin play the saxophone during Kendrick Lamar’s live televised rendition of “Poetic Justice.” Now you can sit with Terrace’s full sax cover of entire track. It’s one smooth ride.
Producer and Jazz Specialist Terrace Martin vibes in the studio with Grammy Award winning producer Robert Glasper in Martin’s latest episode of “The Process.” He also provides some exclusive behind-the-scenes footage of his rehearsal with Kendrick Lamar before K. Dot made his debut performance on SNL. Terrace Martin’s 3 Chord Fold is expected to drop soon.
Produced by 9th Wonder.
After playing the saxophone for Kendrick Lamar’s SNL debut performance, Terrace Martin decided to release a self-produced track that will not be included on his upcoming project, 3ChordFold, due to sample clearance issues. The download’s on the house so listen to the song, co-produced TDE’s Willie B, and download below.
In this special Christmas edition of GGN, Snoop Dogg brings 1500 or Nothin, BJ the Chicago Kid, Terrace Martin, LaToiya Williams and more together to spread a little Christmas cheer. Happy Holidays from the GGN crew!
via Terrace’s Instagram
Terrace Martin adds his signature sax for the jazz mix of “Mercy.”
Terrace Martin will be releasing a new project, 3ChordFold, on August 21st but you don’t have to wait all summer for new music. Today, the producer/rapper hit us with a west coast track “How I Live” featuring Dom Kennedy and Punch. Stream the smooth track above.
Okay… So How ill is this? Camille is the girl right in front with the pink dress and I’m the dude right behind her with the black hat, slightly sideways like a douche bag. Cam and I went to middle school and high school together. She’s always been super dope, but I guess she’s finally starting to take this rap thing more serious (as she should). This one is produced by DJ-Wes & Terrace Martin.
Download: Ill Camille – Let You Know
As producer Terrace Martin and the L.A. Leakers are working on a jazz project for your listening pleasures, check out the first offering from their upcoming collaboration.