Take it from a certified ADD case: all the talent in the world makes no difference when you can’t stay Focused on what you’re doing. Maino clearly doesn’t have any problems on that front; on a fresh street single, the Brooklyn mainstay touts his ability to keep his eyes on the prize, and shakes his head at his competitors’ short attention spans. Vado assists on the guest tip, joining his NYC neighbor over DJ Spinking‘s choral synths and trap percussion. This joint is slated to appear on Maino’s forthcoming, currently-unscheduled King of Brooklyn 2 project. While you wait for further details on that set, why not take a listen to the original King of Brooklyn EP, available for streaming and download in the Booth?
Written by richard on 05/23/14
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"Brooklyn For Life" (2006)
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