[vodpod id=Video.16160174&w=540&h=350&fv=p%3D5296%26c%3D449330%26s%3D1613117%26tbid%3D198308%26allowFullScreen%3Dtrue%26] Maino’s got a new album out and appeared on Power 105.1 with The Breakfast Club. He speaks on transitioning from public enemy number one and the politics of the game. DJs are dirty. After the jump, Maino talks about his love life and everything in between. The Day After Tomorrow in stores now.
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.
Maino keeps it criminal minded for his new music video. Needless to say, Brooklyn keeps on taking it. I Am Who I Am available now.
Coming off his latest mixtape, I Am Who I Am, Maino shot his new video for “Criminal” back in his hometown of Brooklyn. Up top, Industry Muscle gives us a behind the scenes look at the video shoot. Sidebar: Maino “Let It Fly” On Hip-Hop Nation
Out on the road promoting his recently-released mixtape, I Am Who I Am, and upcoming album, The Day After Tomorrow, Maino reached out to our Yellow friend and discussed the differences between the two projects. Below, a moment of clarity on “I Still Love You” and the Lil Kim-related controversy it caused. Gossip. Gossip. Peep whole show here.
After getting Maino’s new mixtape, I Am Who I Am yesterday, today, we get a new video for the project featuring protege, Push! Montana.
Maino is, what he is. And with that being said, he’s teamed up with Green Lantern and DJ Infamous for his new mixtape. Tracklist and download link after the cut. The Day After Tomorrow Feb 28.
We shadow Maino during his