Wednesday, November 21, 2012

City Slang: Mae Day to drop new album

Posted By on Wed, Nov 21, 2012 at 8:28 AM

Leading female MC Mae Day will release her new album, Love & War: All Ain’t Fair at the end of November.

Her people say, “After dropping the critically acclaimed project "Cherish The Day" with Mick Boogie in 2009, Mae Day returns with the long awaited project "Love & War: All Ain't Fair". Mae Day has been mentioned by BET.com and on XXLmag.com as one the "Top Female Emcees to Watch"!!! Like it's predecessor "Love & War" is produced entirely by Witt of DeNotes. DeNotes has produced records for the likes of D12 ("How Come"), Obie Trice ("Cry Now"), and K'Jon ("I Get Around").”

On her own website, Day says, “My baby. My heart. My soul. ..And A LOT more than I can’t type into this box right now, so I’ll save that story for later. Whoever said “All is fair in love and war” ..SMH .nah. Love & War: All Ain’t Fair. THEE album. I hope you enjoy. LOVE. –Mae”

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