Harlem legend Max B shares single ‘Goodman’ from forthcoming EP: Listen

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Harlem’s hardest working man from behind bars, Max B, is back with the Dame Grease-produced ‘Goodman’. Speaking on how prison has given him the time to think, the New York City legend mentions French Montana living in Calabasas and how different life is for him now. It’s good to hear that he is on the up and up; in tune, and knows that home insurance doesn’t cover forest fires in Los Angeles and that he will not stand for the ‘Spangled Banner. Listen to the track below to get that 2003 production style, most popular during the Dipset takeover. What a time! Listen to the single from the highly-anticipated forthcoming five-track EP ‘Charly’, set to release this June. In case you didn’t know, Charly is his first name.

I wanted to give the fans and the people of the world something that would make them feel good in this time of turmoil. ‘CHARLY’, is my growth. It’s the man, the artist, the CEO, the Eloquent Music God, the father, the lover, all in one place. ‘Charly’ is the creator of Max Biggaveli, Don Biggaveli, Wavy Crocket. See, in order to become creative in my position, I had to morph into these different characters just so that I can do the type of music we all love…

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