Maino drop’s a new joint entitled “Sean Combs”. Take a listen after the jump!
Oh boy! While many have used walks and protests to show support in the unjustified deaths of black males such as Eric Garner and Mike Brown by the police, Uncle Murda and Maino use their voices. In, “Hands Up” the two rap about being black men in a society of white police officers who kill for unexplained reasons. Unlce Murda and Maino released a skin-chilling, but truth-telling visual to their latest visual, “Hands Up”. Nassau County Jail served as one of the facilities where the video was filmed and now, New York state officials are lashing out because of that fact. “It’s disgusting, it’s purely disgusting,” says Roy Richter, president of the NYPD – Captain’s Endowment Association. “I think any video that advocates violence against police officers especially, is something where the makers of that video should be held responsible for it.” There’s the comment – somehow when violence on a police officer are depicted in a fictional display, it becomes a problem.
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Following the recent lack of justice in the Mike Brown & Eric Garner cases rappers Maino & Uncle Murda decided to use their voice the best way they know how. Check out new song & visual entitled “Hands Up” available below.
As he prepares to unveil his forthcoming project ‘King Of Brooklyn 2′, Maino releases his brand new cut featuring fellow Brooklyn native O-Wave. Check it out below the jump.
Maino adds his own spin on Rae Sremmurd’s No Type. His forthcoming KOB 2 EP is slated for release on November 24th.
Maino drops a new one featuring Meek Mill and Yo Gotti called “All These Hoes.” Listen below.
VladTv sat down with Maino to discuss his future and how his troubled past led him to inspire the at risk youth.
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Maino is currently being sought out by the NYPD for questioning, after an adult film star accused him of assaulting her inside of his truck after they partied at Griffin on Monday night with Drake, Ashanti, JR Smith and more. According to the police report filed by the porn star, Mellanie Monroe, “he started punching her and fled,” but I spoke directly to Maino and her story has quite a few holes in it.
Maino explains he met Mellanie about a year and a half ago on Twitter, and they exchanged phone numbers at the time. Though they’ve briefly text messaged since then, they hadn’t actually met until the party on Monday night. Prior to meeting and even that night, what was supposed to transpire between them was always quite clear – nothing more, nothing less. While in the club, both Maino and Mellanie were on the same page, made evident from what she was saying in text messages to him, and after the party, the “after-party” was supposed to be good to go. It wasn’t the same story once they got into their awaiting SUV, however.
The GS9 crew has given their fans a glimpse into their rise to stardaom and fame in their first episode of ‘Day In The Life’, a GS9 vlog. Watch as Bobby Shmurda and the crew take over a Vibe magazine shoot, create music, sit down with Cipha Sounds and more in their first episode, here!