Maino ft. TI, Swizz, Plies, Jadakiss & Fabolous - Hi Hater (Remix)

Posted 8 years ago
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Just in case you naysayers didn’t get the message the first few times around, Maino is back with the third and most star-studded remix of his infectious summer jam, Hi Hater. The Brooklyn rapper is his typical cordial self, acknowledging his haters with a cheeky attitude. The track opens with an over-caffeinated Swizz Beatz putting his own spin on the hook and dives right into a remix whose message doesn’t stray too far from that of the original. Guests T.I., Plies, Jadakiss and Fabolous all jump at the opportunity to scold their many critics. Remind yourself never to get on Maino’s bad side, or else you might end up getting mocked in a hit single. His debut album, If Tomorrow Comes, drops September 23. Haters beware.

Maino T.I. Swizz Beatz Plies Jadakiss Club

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