We been waitin for this Maino record.This is the Crux of what the big homie stands for. Not that bubblegum rap shit. This is gutta in a wave of flash and trash.
He sets the tone on the intro letting it be known that he cannot conform to what these new niggas are and compromise his integrity. He just ain't built like that.
You can feel it all through this record and if you are indeed a Maino fan, he gives you what made you fall in love with his movement right here right now. Tracks like "Addicted to Pain" and "No Fucks to give" are traditional Maino product.
But what is most powerful and soul gripping is him reliving the tragedy of our young brother in "The Ghost of Kalief Browder". This is one of the saddest stories for the black community. We own it. They did it. His story must be told and we must begin to fight back. Salute to the homie for this. Enough to bring one to tears.
Dope features from Fat Joe, Dave East, Uncle Murda and more. Why wait? Here it go...