Max B has put a call-to-action out to all producers and is looking for them to send him music that he can utilize.
On Saturday (May 6), the Wave God’s manager Ty Black of EMG Music posted audio on Instagram of Max B elaborating about his need for production as he prepares to be released from prison.
“Ayo this the Don Veli,” Max B began. “I’m calling you n-ggas out, I’m calling out all ya’ll producers. I’m bout to get ready to hit the scene in a minute. Gimme some tracks. Get them shits to my man Black so we can wave up. Imma have that shit already lined up. We wave up, we go to the studio, we make history. I need waves. Get me loopy. I want that new sound. Out, fuck with ya boy Max Biggavel EMG boss n-gga. Wavy.”
Fans on Instagram couldn’t contain their excitement upon hearing that Max B could potentially be releasing new music. One user said, “Harlem We Need All the Games Back.” “I’m about to send some beats. Max is my guy,” Another added.
Earlier this year, French Montana announced that Max B was set to be freed from federal prison this year.
The Bronx native made the announcement on Monday (January 9) in a tweet promoting the incarcerated rapper’s new music video for “Lemonade,” from French’s latest mixtape Coke Boys 6. As the Coke Boys capo explained, Max asked him to relay the message that he’ll be released in April (which has since passed).
“MY BROTHER WAS FACING 75 YEARS .. HE TOLD ME TO TELL YALL HE‘LL BE HOME IN APRIL!!” French wrote. “SILVER SURFER Live from the can [wave emoji] Free the Count [100 emoji] ‘LEMONADE’ VIDEO .. Coke Boys 6 OUT NOW ON ALL PLATFORMS.”
His tweet was accompanied by Max B’s aforementioned “Lemonade” video, which opens with footage of him addressing French Montana and the rest of his fans via a prison phone call.
“It’s Max Biggavel. French, what’s good, my n-gga? I’m coming, baby. I’m on they ass,” he says. “Boy looking good, I’m working, got the weight off of me, the weight is up. It’s ‘Lemonade,’ baby, it’s the video. Get ready for it. French Monbega, owww! I love you, beloved. You killin’ them out here.”
In 2009, Max B was sentenced to 75 years behind bars for his alleged involvement in an armed robbery gone wrong. He was charged with conspiracy related to armed robbery, kidnapping, aggravated assault and felony murder.
The Harlem-born rapper is alleged to have plotted to rob two men with his stepbrother, Kelvin Leerdam, and ex-girlfriend, Gina Conway, at a Holiday Inn in New Jersey in September 2006. The botched robbery resulted in one of the men being shot dead.
Max had his sentence substantially reduced to 20 years in 2016 after taking a plea deal, before announcing three years later that it had been further cut to 12 years.