POSTPONED – Maino & Papoose

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Wednesday, March 23, 2022

Doors: 7:30pm / Show: 9:00pm

General Admission – Standing Room
• $30 Advance / $35 Day of Show
• Limited Seating Available First Come, First Served

VIP Side Wing Seating
• $69.50 Advance / $75 Day of Show
• Includes Guaranteed Seating in Designated Section

• Full Dinner Menu Available
• All Ages

Jermaine John Coleman, better known by his stage name Maino, is an American rapper from Brooklyn, New York City, New York. His debut single “Hi Hater” peaked at #16 on Billboard’s Hot Rap Songs.During his decade-long prison term, Maino began rapping as a result of boredom: “I’d be in the box for twenty-three hours a day, I just started rapping as something to do. I feel like hip hop kept me alive.” While listening to DJ Clue mixtapes featuring some of “Brooklyn’s Finest” – Notorious B.I.G, Jay-Z, Lil’ Kim – the vibe only got stronger.

Shamele Mackie (born March 5, 1978), known professionally as Papoose, is an American rapper and songwriter.

After making his rap debut on Kool G Rap’s 1998 album Roots of Evil, Papoose produced and distributed his own mixtapes during the early 2000s, eventually signing a $1.5 million contract with Jive Records. After his debut studio album, The Nacirema Dream, was repeatedly delayed and eventually shelved, he and collaborator DJ Kay Slay cut ties with Jive, and released several free mixtapes between 2006 and 2013.

On February 15, 2019, Papoose released his third studio album, Underrated.

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