If while listening to Maino and Waka Flocka‘s Mobbin you thought to yourself, “Only two rappers on one record? This surely isn’t mobbin,” then prepare to have your mind blown because Maino is clearly the epitome of mobbin-ness on the song’s newly-released remix. The Bed-Stuy lyricist recruits not one, not two, but five different emcee’s for Mobbin (Remix). Also commendable is the fact that Maino enlists the help of artists outside of his region including Gucci Mane, Yo Gotti, and Trae The Truth, who join fellow spitters Busta Rhymes and Jim Jones. Since the GQ Beats-produced record lasts a mere four minutes, each verse from the onslaught of emcee’s is rather speedy. Despite the rapidness of it all, Mobbin (Remix) is still one hell of a mobbed up affair. The original version of the song is set for inclusion on Maino’s forthcoming The Mafia mixtape, coming soon.
Written by Danielle H. on 09/21/12
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