Maino Songs

  • How Long Will They Mourn Me
    How Long Will They Mourn Me
    The murder of Coke Boy rapper, Chinx, has hung heavy over the rap game this week, and we've seen many fellow emcees eulogize the rapper both in song and on social media. Maino's contribution is not only a tribute to the fallen rapper, but also an admission of his own paranoia that he'll meet a similar fate. As a fellow New Yorker, Chinx's death is as much a tragedy as it is a warning sign for Maino, as he expresses on "How Long Will They Mourn Me". His fear of death extends into the after life, as he contemplates whether or not he'll be accepted into heaven.
  • Flicka Da Wrist (Desert Storm Remix)
    Flicka Da Wrist (Desert Storm Remix)
    Chedda Da Connect's "Flicka Da Wrist" continues to blow up. We've already heard remixes from Kevin Gates and Rick Ross, who comes back for another round on this all-star "Desert Storm" remix curated by DJ Clue, featuring (in addition to Rozay) French Montana, Plies, and Maino.  If you haven't gotten enough of the street sensation, let four more certified wrist flickers add their dope-boy knowledge to the turn-up anthem.  Let us know what you think of the new Clue remix, and tell us who delivered the most flickable verse. 
  • MVP
    Maino's most recent song was an aspirational jam about being similar to Puff Daddy (entitled "Sean Combs"), and today he returns with another track that aims high. This one's called "MVP," and its artwork references the impending NBA All-Star weekend.  This one's basically just Maino spitting for two minutes, which is what he does best, and the beat plays right into his affinity for old-school NYC rap.  Quotable Lyrics
  • Sean Combs
    Sean Combs
    Maino is already the (self-proclaimed) King of Brooklyn, but on his latest track, he has grander aspirations. On "Sean Combs," he lists off all of the things that he has in common with the man who usually comes in Forbes lists as hip-hop's second highest earner (after Dr. Dre).
  • Ain't Comin Up Off Me
    Ain't Comin Up Off Me
    Its been a minute since we last heard from Wais P, but with a project on the way, Wais gives the project’s executive producer, Statik Selektah, the green light to premiere his newest offering “Aint Comin Up Off Me” featuring Maino & Termanology. Produced by ATG (and mixed by Statik Selektah), the NYC veteran delivers a mellow record that finds him brushing off the ladies and gold diggers. Look for it to see life on his upcoming album, Pimpin Saved My Life, which is on the way.
  • Only (Freestyle)
    Only (Freestyle)
    Despite its Lil Wayne, Drake and Chris Brown features, "Only" was kind of a dud on Nicki Minaj's otherwise thrilling album The Pinkprint, but it seems to be a favorite for veteran NYC rappers to hop on. After Murda Mook spent his freestyle version (entitled "Only Nicki") lusting after Minaj, the self-proclaimed "King of Brooklyn," Maino, has given us his own take on the track.
  • You Mad Yet? (Remix Stupid)
    You Mad Yet? (Remix Stupid)
    The last we heard from Turk was back in September with the release of the reader-approved "Touchdown." After a short absence, he returns to our front page today with the remix to "You Mad Yet?" Featuring verses from Cap 1, Maino, and Grafh, the JoeyDidThis-produced street single is the latest promotional release from the former Hot Boy. Whether or not it's attached to a larger mixtape or LP is not currently known. Stay tuned as we continue to cover Turk's latest and greatest.
  • Welcome 2 Brooklyn
    Welcome 2 Brooklyn
    For a duo whose best-known track also competes for the title of the most amped-up, shouty hip-hop track to predate Flockaveli (the legendary "Ante Up"), M.O.P have been dropping surprisingly smooth tracks in preparation for their new EP. "Welcome 2 Brooklyn," which also features Maino, is taken from Street Certified, which drops tomorrow.
  • Militant
    Following the recent release of his “No Type” remix, Maino decides to keep the new content moving and release an all new original track called “Militant”, featuring Brooklyn’s O Wave.
  • Laughing At The Haters
    Laughing At The Haters
    DJ Kay Slay is really putting on for NY on his latest The Original Man tape. Due to be released on Tuesday (November 4th), the hotly anticipated project has thus far inspired three drops here at HNHH, all three of which are composed almost entirely of East Coast emcees. The last single, "Don't Say Nothing To Me," dropped yesterday to reader-acclaim. Given the tonal similarities and the quality of the guest verses, "Laughing At The Haters" should be met with equal or greater enthusiasm. The instrumental on this one is courtesy of Gotti Gator.
  • No Type (Remix)
    No Type (Remix)
    Following the recent release of his Meek Mill & Yo Gotti-featured record “All These Hoes”, Maino decides to keep the new content moving and release a freestyle over Rae Sremmurd’s latest hit-single “No Type”.
  • All These Hoes
    All These Hoes
    Maino recently ran into some trouble when a porn star accused the rapper of assaulting her. Her accusations seemed to be true, as Maino later turned himself in to the police and was arrested for a misdemeanor assault. There haven't been any legal developments since the rapper turned himself in, but he's not letting that deter him from the music at least.
  • Gwola
    Honey Cocaine is all about the gwola. We just premiered the Toronto native's new mixtape Like A Drug moments ago, and it's jam-packed with bangers and several solid features. "Gwola" is no different, it's an high-energy record with appearances from past collaborator Kid Ink and new collaborator Maino. As she said on Twitter, even though it happens to be her birthday today, she felt like giving everyone else a gift.
  • Dreamer
    Maino, French Montana and B.o.B connect for a baller's anthem today on "Dreamer." This serves as the first single off Maino's upcoming King of Brooklyn 2 EP, which the rapper is currently prepping to drop on November 25th. Where as the first King of Brooklyn project, from February, was a mixtape, this one will be a commercial release.
  • Am I Wrong (Remix)
    Am I Wrong (Remix)
    If you thought Nico & Vinz's summer smash "Am I Wrong" was in your rearview, it's time to think again. Bringing his gritty vocals to the otherwise smooth, radio-friendly hit, Maino reflects on his personal struggles, questioning if he's made the right decisions in his life. It's a short but effective verse that should have fans excited for what's to come from the emcee's upcoming King Of Brooklyn 2 project, which is due later this year.
  • You Ain't That Nukka
    You Ain't That Nukka
    Maino continues to feed the fans with quality material. The latest in the rapper's string of well-received drops, "You Ain't That Nukka" is presumably off King Of Brooklyn 2 and/or an upcoming tape from DJ Self, who debuted the track on his official SoundCloud. Regardless, Maino handles all of the vocals on this one. 
  • Dance Like A Stripper (Remix)
    Dance Like A Stripper (Remix)
    Knocka gave us the Bay Area-channelling club anthem, "Dance Like A Stripper" at the top of the year, and while the original mix featured a guest appearance from Chinx, the remix recruits a few more NY personalities, such as Maino, Cristion D'or & Notch. All the emcees manage to make the most of the west coast-leaning production, despite hailing from the opposite side of the map.
  • I Ain't Missin
    I Ain't Missin
    Since Doe B's passing in December, we've heard a number of posthumous tracks that paint a promising picture of what the rest of his career could have been. Starting with the T.I.-assisted "Why," released in January, the list continues with "I Ain't Missin," a new track on which G-Eazy and Maino assist the late Hustle Gang rapper.
  • Hands Up
    Hands Up
    It looks like Uncle Murda isn’t slowing down anytime soon. Delivering his third song in as many weeks, Murda links up with Maino & Jay Watts for this new track called “Hands Up”. Following in the footsteps of many other artists (J. Cole, T.I., & Game to name a few), Murda & Maino take this opportunity to voice their opinion on what's happening in Ferguson, Missouri right now and its police injustice. The two Brooklyn rappers deliver heartfelt verses while Jay Watts handles the hook over the Reefa and 12 Keyz-produced instrumental.
  • Something Epic
    Something Epic
    It's no secret that both Maino and Troy Ave will go far, far out of their way to let you know that they're from NY, and that NY is where hip-hop was born, and they're "bringing NY back." This time around, that sentiment unmistakably manifests itself in the form of some very elaborate beat jacking. "Something Epic," the pair's new collabo, cops classic beats from Jay-Z, The Notorious B.I.G., Lil’ Kim, Fat Joe, Nas and the Wu-Tang Clan, and pits its stars against each other as they trade bars in a pretty thrilling bit of microphone acrobatics. 
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