Maino stopped by the KYS studios recently. He spoke to EZ Street about how lyrics have become secondary in a rap market geared towards pop. The NY street rapper also talks about how street credibility is no longer necessary in hip-hop, the need of better options for felons returning home from prison and more.
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Maino On Lyrics vs. Record Sales and The Death of Street Cred in Hip-Hop was originally published on kysdc.com
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