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Hailing from Brooklyn's Bed-Stuy neighborhood, Maino was a fixture on the New York mixtape scene for the second half of the '00s, dropping at least a dozen street albums since 2006. His Hustle Hard imprint helped bring his long-anticipated debut LP, If Tomorrow Comes..., which spawned the singles "Hi Hater" and "Million Bucks." On Day After Tomorrow, he picks up where he left off. It has 16 tracks about living large, running game on the ladies, the ups and downs of fame, and BK pride. Assisted by features from T.I. (the money anthem "Cream"), Push Montana ("Gangstas Ain't Dead"), and Roscoe Dash ("Let It Fly"), he assembles a solid release, ideal for fans of lyrical NYC hip-hop. Maino's raspy, weathered voice complements strong beats from Buckwild, Mista Raja, Blast Off Productions, and Dangerous LLC, with standout joints like "Nino Brown," "Glad to Be Alive," and "That Could Be Us."

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After two exceptional albums from Maino, it's hard to believe that he started with a song like "Hi Hater." This album is cool, deep and fresh. For more awesome new rap music like this, check out "Project Defcon"!!


Literally I'm only on here to say Tip's verse on Cream was crazy. He gon kill Trouble Man

Best singer ever

His best album everyone should get it. Every song is good


Born: Brooklyn, NY

Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap

Years Active: '00s

A favorite on the New York mixtape circuit, Brooklyn rapper Maino, born Jermaine Coleman, grew up in the borough's Bedford-Stuyvesant section in a household with two drug-addicted parents. Lacking parental guidance, Coleman kept to the streets and involved himself in petty crime, which landed him in prison in the early '90s. There he learned to rap so that he could deal with boredom and isolation. In 2003, after about ten years, he was released from prison and wasted no time setting up his new imprint,...
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