14 Songs, 53 Minutes


Ratings and Reviews


Great Album

Really enjoyed this album. Each song has depth and creativity. Raw lyrics and content that bring great perspective and truth to the day and age we live in.


Terem has ill tracks, but Sareem doesn't ride the tracks tight enough.

I truly WANT to like ,even love this album. But Sareems delivery is too slow to compliment the uplifting sounds and bogs it down. My 2 cents.

About Sareem Poems & Terem

Unlike fellow Long Beach rapper Snoop Dogg, Sareem Poems doesn’t glorify chronic and one-eight-sevens on undercover cops, but instead preaches positive Christian values in his rhymes. After getting his feet wet as a member of L.A. Symphony alongside Pigeon John, he released Blooming Sounds under the pseudonym Poems (short for Sharlok Poems). For his third release, he changed his handle to Sareem Poems and released Black & Read All Over in 2009. ~ Jason Lymangrover