Mack Maine ft Mister F.A.B. - Man Cry

Posted 7 years ago
Tags: Mack Maine
Featuring:
Producer:
Da Bizness
Album:
This Is Just a Mixtape

After his Lil’ Wayne collaboration, Throw It Back, received a favorable response from our members (charting for the third straight week, currently at #4 on our Underground Chart), Mack Maine decided to toss us another brand new record.  Set for inclusion on his forthcoming This Is Just a Mixtape, dropping later this month, Man Cry features guest accompaniment from Bay Area veteran Mister F.A.B. and production from Tha Bizness (see R. Kelly’s Hair Braider).  The record, which tackles the highly-inaccurate stereotype that men are not supposed to cry or wear their emotions on their sleeves, is a welcome change from the hard-nosed tough guy image that is portrayed in most hip hop music.

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