During his first-ever appearance on Fire in the Booth, Maino spit some fire-emoji-worthy bars over Pusha T and Jay-Z’s “Neck and Wrist.”
Without much hesitation, the rap veteran dropped some not-so-light threats against “these d***k riding internet n****s.” He also highlights his legacy and overcoming hurdles that almost seemed unattainable.
The hosts on Fire in the Booth were equally impressed, communicating on their Instagram.
“This Christmas🎄 Brooklyn hit maker @mainohustlehard gifted us with the hardest bars in his #FireintheBooth🔥.”
Maino’s appearance in the music series comes after his and Jim Jones’ tape The Lobby Boyz. The project features equally lyrical rappers like Fabolous, Styles P, and Benny the Butcher, to name a few.