While visiting DJ Kay Slay’s show, Maino gave the Shade 45 listeners a live performance of his album‘s stand-out track. Better sit your five-dollar ass down before he make change. streetheattv
In celebration of his new album, Day After Tomorrow, Maino celebrated its release last night at the El Dorado Club in Norwalk, CT and serenaded the ladies in attendance with “That Could Be Us“. 57thave
Capo brought his Vampire Life tour to the Gramercy Theater on Wednesday and brought out Maino for “Cream“. AHH provides footage as well some from the following night’s show at Philly’s Theater Of Living Arts. hhnm
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As the latest guest for Sway In The Morning’s concert series, Maino explains why his recent music
“Just cause he come from the street don’t make him street nigga“ You ain’t never lie. Maino’s been sitting on this record for a while now, but today, he lets it loose. This probably would’ve been better as a solo cut, but it’s still a quality recording nonetheless. Be sure to pre-order The Day After Tomorrow on iTunes.