Maino To Release "The Day After Tomorrow" Through E1 Entertainment
Maino has announced the release date for his upcoming sophomore album The Day After Tomorrow.
Planning to drop a new mixtape before the album’s arrival, the Brooklyn, New York rapper is eyeing October 4th as the official street date for the LP.
“My album is dropping October 4th, it’s called The Day After Tomorrow,” he told Cheddar DVD. “We’re just getting ready for the second round."
With his latest single “Let It Fly” featuring Roscoe Dash picking up steam, Maino plans to capitalize off the track’s success with the release of a new mixtape. “It took me a minute to get the right record out there, but it’s a national look for me. It’s not a local record,” he continued. “It’s a big record, it’s gonna be. We just droppin’ this week and then we’re doing another mixtape, keep the streets down and staying on cheddar.”
Maino dropped his debut album If Tomorrow Comes... in June 2009. The LP spawned the single “Hi Hater” and the platinum-certified “All the Above” featuring T-Pain.
Maino and his Hustle Hard imprint have left Atlantic Records for E1 on the emcee's sophomore solo album.