Yes, Maino is one of the realist rappers in the game. He is not the most lyrical emcee but he has a story to tell and I’m listening. I respect his story and hustle. After tearing up the streets of NYC with several  mixtape releases and key guest features, Maino was offered a record deal by Universal Records. However, things didn’t go as planned and Maino left the label in 2007. He later signed himself and his Hustle Hard imprint to Atlantic Records. Maino’s debut album, entitled If Tomorrow Comes was released on June 30, 2009 and produced the platinum single “All The Above” Ft. T-Pain. On February 28th, the Brooklyn native will be releasing his sophomore disc The Day After Tomorrow. The album will feature guest appearances from T.I., Meek Mill, Roscoe Dash, Robbie Nova and more. On the album cover, Maino is sitting on a white sofa, looking all dapper in black dress pants with the…

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