Maino Feat. Dios Moreno "Die A Legend" Video
Maino Feat. Dios Moreno
Following his appearances on DJ Luke Nasty’s remix to “Might Be” with 2 Chainz a few days ago, Brooklyn’s own Maino decides to come through today and share a new music video for his track “Die A Legend” featuring Dios Moreno.
Maino Feat. Chinx "PNP" Video
Maino Feat. Chinx
Revisiting his King Of Brooklyn 3 project, Maino decides to come through on this Christmas Eve and release the official video for his Chinx-featured record “PNP,” b.k.a Pussy Nigga Problems. With New York City set as his backdrop, watch as the King of Brooklyn spits his shit, before partying it up with his crew and ladies in the club & parking lot. Look for a cameo from French Montana. Check it out.
Maino "Harder Than Them" Video
Maino continues to keep the visuals coming. After hitting us with one for “The Most Beautiful Thing In This World,” off his Maino Madness project a couple weeks back, the NYC rapper decides to revisit his King Of Brooklyn album today and share another one for “Harder Than Them.” With a crown on his head, watch as Maino stunts hard for the cameras in this Picture Perfect-directed video above.
Maino Feat. Keith Murray "The Most Beautiful Thing In This World" Video
Maino Feat. Keith Murray
Revisiting his latest Maino Madness mixtape, Brooklyn’s Maino decides to come through and share the official video for his Keith Murray remake of “The Most Beautiful Thing In This world.” Taking out the Porsche & Benz, Maino and the homies invade the outside bball court, before having some fun at night time in this Picture Perfect & Ontime Films-directed clip above. Check it out.
DJ Kay Slay Feat. Fame, Maino, Papoose, Troy Ave, Uncle Murda "Straight Outta Brooklyn" Video
DJ Kay Slay Feat. Fame, Maino, Papoose, Troy Ave & Uncle Murda
To promote his upcoming mixtape, Shadow Of The Sun, DJ Kay Slay decides to come through and share the official video for his latest posse cut “Straight Outta Brooklyn,” featuring Fame, Maino, Papoose, Troy Ave, Uncle Murda, Moe Chipps & Lucky Don. Channeling their inner N.W.A., watch as this slew of the notable Brooklyn emcees take over their NYC borough in this Money Mark-directed clip above.
Maino Feat. Vado, Uncle Murda "Love My Niggas" Video
Maino Feat. Vado & Uncle Murda
Taking a break from his recent KOBmixes, Maino decides to get back to the visuals today. Revisiting his latest KOB 3 mixtape, the Brooklyn native comes through with the official video for his Vado & Uncle Murda-featured cut “Love My Niggas.”
Maino On Ebro In The Morning
To promote his recently-released King Of Brooklyn 3 mixtape, Maino made his way by the Hot 97 studios this week and sat down with the gang from Ebro in the Morning. Chopping it up for over 30 minutes, Maino spoke about the new project, sliding into DM’s, social media, process of making music, working with Chinx, out hustling other artists, Drake/Meek beef, and more. Check out all that and more in the always entertaining interview above.
2 Milly Feat. Maino "Milly Rock (Remix)" Video
2 Milly Feat. Maino
Last month, Maino decided to hop on 2 Milly’s buzzing single “Milly Rock,” and now the two are back today with an official video for it.
Maino Talks Recent NY Prison Escape On CNN
If you didn’t hear, two convicted murderers escaped from the Clinton Correctional Facility in Dannemora, New York this past weekend and have been on the run ever since. Reminiscent of something out of a movie, the two inmates used power tools to cut through a steel wall and followed a series of tunnels, before emerging from a manhole outside the prison walls. CNN, who’s been all over this national matter, decided to invite rapper Maino onto their set to talk about the escape and his very own experiences at that prison. Watch the 8-minute chat above.
DJ Suss.One Feat. Maino, Vado, Red Cafe, Jamie Drastik "No Invitation" Video
DJ Suss.One Feat. Maino, Vado, Red Cafe & Jamie Drastik
As much as New York is the center of hip-hop media, it can be a tough place to break out of, even when the promotion is there. Vado, Red Cafe, Maino, and Jamie Drastik are all rappers from the area who have been in the game for a minute, but haven't been able to build a fanbase nation-wide. DJ Suss.One has assembled them all for one song, as the rappers take on an aggressive trap-inspired beat, proving their versatility. This one will certainly get some spins in New York, but hopefully it'll be picked up in Atlanta and some of the other rap hotspots nationwide as well.
M.O.P Feat. Maino "Welcome 2 Brooklyn" Video
M.O.P Feat. Maino
If you're making a track called "Welcome 2 Brooklyn," then you'd do well to include the self-proclaimed "king" of the borough on it. That's exactly what M.O.P did for their track of that name, enlisting the self-coronated Maino for a feature on the song. Now it's gotten a video.
Maino Talks On Brooklyn, Police Brutality & New Book He's Writing
Maino gets his talk on in our 11-minute interview with the Brooklyn native. After delivering his second instalment of King of Brooklyn in November, we spoke to the rapper on his self-appointed king title as well as his native neighborhood. Maino talks about being a voice for his peers and the streets alike, as well as fellow New York rappers who may not necessarily rep the NY sound (which he says is completely okay).
Maino "I Pray" Video
What's this -- Maino isn't wearing his "King Of Brooklyn" crown in his new video? The visuals for "I Pray," a track taken from the self-coronated rapper's recent King Of Brooklyn 2 project, have arrived today, and perhaps in respect to whatever King Of Kings he's praying to, Maino appears sans his usual golden headpiece.
Uncle Murda Feat. Maino "Hands Up" Video
Uncle Murda Feat. Maino
In light of the recent decisions made on the Michael Brown & Eric Garner cases, Uncle Murda & Maino decide to take this opportunity and release a new visual for their collab “Hands Up”. Directed by Picture Perfect, the video pays tribute to the Eric Garner case specifically, and shows disturbing imagery and clips of the police brutality that's happening everywhere in our streets today. The powerful message is definitely felt and portrayed in this visual above. Check it out.
Maino Feat. O-Wave "Militant" Video
Maino Feat. O-Wave
Maino, the self-appointed King of Brooklyn, hit us with the audio for "Militant" featuring O-Wave mid-November, and today he returns with an official music video for the track. The cut lives on Maino's K.O.B.
Maino's K.O.B. Vlog (Ep. 1)
To promote his upcoming project, King OF Brooklyn 2, Maino decides to release a new vlog series (of the same name) documenting the past few weeks, and the album making process. In the debut episode, Maino gets interviewed by Ed Lover, meets up with Raekwon & Fat Joe, and then performs with Troy Ave and Mack Wilds in New York City.
Maino Feat. Mack Wilds "All About You" Video
Maino Feat. Mack Wilds
Maino is reinforcing his claim of running BK on his upcoming mixtape, King Of Brooklyn 2, and today he's shared a video for a re-release track from the new effort. Linking up with fellow New York resident (and former star of The Wire), Mack Wilds, Maino has put together a bid for radio and video play with the for-the-ladies jam. It's reminiscent of Vado's Jeremih hook-lead "My Bae". The video finds the two artists enjoying a New York summer with a few ladies. What do you think of the visual?
Maino Feat. Mack Wilds "All About You" Video
Maino Feat. Mack Wilds
Maino decides to take a break from the recent song releases, and hit us with a brand new visual for “All About You’ featuring Mack Wilds. From the studio to the rooftops, Maino and Mack reflip 2Pac’s “All On Eyez On Me” classic, and "see the same hoes" in this NYC-shot visual.
Maino Feat. DJ Spinking, Vado & Mike Daves "Ain't Focused" Video
Maino Feat. DJ SpinKing, Vado & Mike Daves
On his last mixtape, Maino claimed to be the King Of Brooklyn, and he seems to be sticking to that title in his newest video. "Ain't Focused," which also features DJ Spinking, Vado and Mike Daves, has the BK MC wearing a crown while rapping in a graffiti-covered warehouse.
Westbay Feat. Maino "Fly With Him" Video
Westbay Feat. Maino
HNHH brings you the premiere of "Fly With Him," the latest visual offering from emerging Marine Park, Brooklyn emcee Westbay, directed by Mike D'Angelo, produced by Joe Josh Beats and featuring his fellow Brooklynite Maino on the assist. The visual finds both artists reflecting on their respective journeys thus far, rapping from their favorite spots around the neighborhood. Let us know what you think, folks - how's their chemistry?