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    Termanology

    Walk down Canal Street under the shadow of the Manhattan Bridge and you'll see people lining up for the Fung Wah bus. Originally a cheap way for Asian immigrants to commute between new York's and Boston's Chinatowns ($15 a ride), it's now often used by frugal locals, students, and in the case of 26-year-old Termanology, fledgling rappers juggling the demands of a career and family. For the past couple of years, the Lawrence, Massachusetts–based MC has made that trip sometimes five times a week to record in new York and then, hours later, be back home to manage his label, St Records, and visit his four-year-old daughter. "I've been on the Fung Wah bus more than any person ever in America," he says. "I'll put money on that." Watch Termanology's "How We Rock" feat.

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