February 27, 2012
Max B's captivating singing-rapping style helped Jim Jones Hustlers P.O.M.E. reach #5 on Billboard. It looked like Max was destined for stardom...until he was sentenced to 75 years. This should have been the end of the story. But not for Max B, who has been recording raps and hooks through collect calls from jail for an EP called TOOTHY WAVY with fellow felonrapper Isaiah Toothtaker, and Chicago production duo The Hood Internet. "Hold On", which samples Madonna's "Live to Tell", is the second single from the forthcoming release on Mishka Records this May.