Max B Returns With “House Money” EP
The Harlem rapper Max B has released a new EP titled House Money. The incarcerated rapper’s first solo project in almost a decade features seven tracks with features from Cam’ron, Jadakiss, French Montana, Dave East, Wiz Khalifa, A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie and A$AP Ferg.
Max B has not let his prison sentence stop him from releasing music; collaborating with artist. In 2009, Max B was sentenced to 75 years in prison, accused of being an accomplice to a robbery, kidnapping, and murder in New Jersey. Earlier this year that sentence was reduced. and he is expected to be released in 2021.
In May of this year Max released “Hold On,” a club banger featuring French Montana, marking his first single release in 8 years. A few months he shared a clip of his forthcoming documentary, and opens up about being devoted to his craft.
“I’m blessed, bro. It’s all love that people even look at my sh*t like that. I just work hard and try to be humble when it comes to my art,” he said. “Whatever I put into this is what I get back. If you try to cut corners with this sh*t, you ain’t gon’ get no love. I go hard. I’m dedicated to this sh*t. I’m studying. I’m in my mind. I’m in my craft, like, all the time. People don’t see that sh*t. They think it’s easy. I make it look easy ’cause I’m Don Snow, but that sh*t is not easy.”