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Max B celebrates his birthday with new single “Goodman”

The track sees production from Dame Grease.

Max B
Max B
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Despite having been incarcerated for a decade, Harlem star Max B continues to feed his fans with dope projects, songs, and collaborations. About a week ago, he celebrated his 42nd birthday by dropping off a new single titled “Goodman,” which sees him taking on some socially conscious topics over booming production from legendary producer Dame Grease:

“Born to win, I’m on again, my soul was saved, I was born again, the streets was crazy, she gone again, first, she strung out my mama, then she took all my men/

Lucy’s and quarter juices, three quarter gooses, had my share of trays, we slow the deuces/

Forty ounce or more, youngen bring the can up, pledge allegiance to EMG, won’t stand for that spangled banner/

Game is full of raps and filthy bureaucrats, I smoke my onion, just skin up and peel it back, body, it starts to tingle soon as I hear the track.../”

In addition to “Goodman,” Max B also announced that he’s dropping a new EP on June 5 titled Charly, which will see five tracks in all:

Max B further explained the project via press release:

“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. 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.”

Fans can press play on “Goodman” below. Hopefully, the next big release we hear from Max B will be his own from prison.

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