New York rapper, Maino, sits down with HOT 97’s Peter Rosenberg and Cipha Sounds for an exclusive interview. The aggressive emcee takes the opportunity to address his mysterious Instagram post that showcased a photo of a gold watch with a caption aimed at Trinidad James. Check out the choice words from Maino below and take a look as the rapper gives out his number live on the air and much more.
Lol ain’t this your watch brother? @trinidadjamesgg? Got caught slipping huh? At Prive, in Atlanta huh? Smh…damn homie…but since everybody else making up I might get that back for u lmao… #mrniceguy
Jack Thriller catches up with Maino to see where he currently stands on his disagreement with Trinidad James. Looking more calm and relaxed about the situation, Maino works around Thriller’s questions and downplays the situation by explaining that he plans to not have to resort to using the “hand of god” anytime soon. In fact, Maino states that he’s really a nice guy and warns that perhaps it’s not him the Atlanta rapper should be worried about considering he upset an entire city.
It definitely went down in New York as Yo Gotti took the stage at B.B. Kings to celebrate the release of his new album, I Am. Fans who pilled into the venue for the special event were treated to an exciting show as Gotti decided to bring out Young Jeezy, Meek Mill, Wale, Ne-Yo, Rich Homie Quan, Maino and more. Take a look as cameras from RealTalkNY were rolling and captured it all as it went down.
New York rapper Maino is not playing when he says he wants Trinidad James to apologize for his recent rant in Brooklyn. Take a listen to this new audio that’s been released that showcases Maino’s personal phone call to Atlanta’s Trinidad James. It’s clear that Maino is taking the situation very seriously as he aggressively explains to James why he’s upset and demands that he apologize to his city before things get physical. Maino goes on to explain that the situation is concerned with right and wrong and that he will begin to let up when James releases his public apology video. Trinidad continues to point the finger at the media while Maino only seems to be concerned with proving his dominance.
Strong Arm Steady’s Krondon stops by Power 105 for an exclusive interview with The Breakfast Club. The California rapper touches on his solo project, Everything’s Nothing, and the motivation behind remastering it for from a mixtape to an official album release. Krondon also speaks on the new West Coast movement in Hip Hop and being inspired by other independent artists like Nipsey Hussle. Before calling it a wrap, Krondon shares his thoughts on the brewing tensions between Maino and Trinidad James.
It’s a full-on industry takeover as Maino hits the streets of New York and takes over a major record label with The Mafia. Take a look as Maino’s latest visual for “Fuck These Industry Niggas” finds the rapper and his crew decked out in black and plotting on the music industry. The rapper makes his feelings very clear as he shares his disgust for the current state of hip hop and his disapproval of the artists at the forefront. It’s no mercy as Maino takes hostages and performs to the camera inside while Police surround the building and attempt to negotiate from outside.
Maino gets in contact with the HOT 97 Morning Show to weigh in on his recent comments in response to Trinidad James’ New York rant. After the “All Gold Everything” rapper decided to spazz out a recent performance and claim that the South runs New York hip hop, Maino made it a point to call in and clarify that what really got under his skin was when the rapper indirectly challenged anyone who disagreed with him to a fight. Take a listen as Maino downplays Trinidad’s comments and explains to Rosenberg and Ebro why the young rapper crossed the line.
Maino is back with a new track and this time he brings along his crew for “Real Niggas.” Take a listen as the New York rapper and The Mafia break down for listeners the code of the streets over a menacing instrumental.
Maino is back with a New York inspired track titled “What Happened” featuring D-Block member Jadakiss. Over a menacing instrumental, Maino vents his frustrations for the current state of Hip Hop in his city and touches on the stubbornness shared by New York rappers to unify.
Maino drops his new club track with “One Bad Bitch” featuring Yo Gotti. If you’re looking for thought provoking rhymes and a lyrical fix this is not the song to deliver that. Main and Yo Gotti deliver a fun, carefree and upbeat track to get the party started and chronicle their search for that one perfect “bad bitch” with all the right attributes if you catch my drift. Take a listen to Maino’s latest effort below via the audio stream and let us know what you think of the new club banger in the comment section.