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Scene & Heard

Termanology speaks the language

BILL GREENE/GLOBE STAFFTermanology, a.k.a Daniel Carrillo, grew up in awe of the rappers he saw in his Lawrence neighborhood. BILL GREENE/GLOBE STAFFTermanology, a.k.a Daniel Carrillo, grew up in awe of the rappers he saw in his Lawrence neighborhood. (BILL GREENE/GLOBE STAFF)
By Jonathan Perry
Globe Correspondent / April 10, 2009

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When he was 9 years old, Daniel Carrillo would stand outside his home in Lawrence and watch rappers freestyle rhymes and beats on the street. (Full article: 884 words)

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