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If Tomorrow Comes...

by Maino

If Tomorrow Comes... by Maino

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If Tomorrow Comes...

by Maino

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Label: Atlantic Records
The singles "All the Above" and "Million Bucks" are massive. The former channels T.I.'s "Live Your Life" with its self-affirming lyrics and crispy pop production by Just Blaze, while the latter, which features Swizz Beatz, is Maino's stab at a feel-good summer jam. The album as a whole is a competent, yet less-than-extraordinary pop-hop effort. Maino has a crisp flow and the production is clean, but his gangsta lean feels a little retrograde in 2009. Plus "Hi Hater" was already a year-and-a-half old by the time this album was released.

About This Album

The singles "All the Above" and "Million Bucks" are massive. The former channels T.I.'s "Live Your Life" with its self-affirming lyrics and crispy pop production by Just Blaze, while the latter, which features Swizz Beatz, is Maino's stab at a feel-good summer jam. The album as a whole is a competent, yet less-than-extraordinary pop-hop effort. Maino has a crisp flow and the production is clean, but his gangsta lean feels a little retrograde in 2009. Plus "Hi Hater" was already a year-and-a-half old by the time this album was released.

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About This Album

The singles "All the Above" and "Million Bucks" are massive. The former channels T.I.'s "Live Your Life" with its self-affirming lyrics and crispy pop production by Just Blaze, while the latter, which features Swizz Beatz, is Maino's stab at a feel-good summer jam. The album as a whole is a competent, yet less-than-extraordinary pop-hop effort. Maino has a crisp flow and the production is clean, but his gangsta lean feels a little retrograde in 2009. Plus "Hi Hater" was already a year-and-a-half old by the time this album was released.