Exclusive: "Max B's Work Ethic Boosted Up [Mine] & French Montana's Work Ethic"
Wednesday, May 16, 2012 12:38PM
New York producer Dame Grease recently sat down with SOHH to provide a minor update on incarcerated rapper Max B and describe why the jailed ex-Diplomat's work ethic is hard to match.
While remaining mum about specifics, Dame said fans can expect to hear unreleased Max music in the near future.
"I spoke to Max [a few] days ago," Grease told SOHH. "I speak to Max B at least two times a week. We speak two times a week and we're actually hooking up this new project with this company. I don't want to say the name but we're getting ready to get some songs over there. I still have over 200 unreleased songs. As far as the court sh*t and all of that, I won't comment on it and I don't want to tell people something that's false. Good lawyers, good people and God, that's all we need." (SOHH)
Grease also went on to describe just how much Max was a daily studio junkie.
"Actually, I ain't gonna lie, Max's work ethic is phenomenal," Grease added. "His work ethic boosted up my work ethic and created French Montana's work ethic. It would be early in the morning, nine o'clock, he'd call, 'Dame, you up? Let's go to the studio.' About four or five o'clock, we'd have six songs. Then he'd hit the streets and do shows at night, repeat the same thing every day in the morning. His work ethnic was phenomenal and it couldn't be stopped. During that back instance, Jim Jones told him he'd give him $70,000 to get out of jail [on bond] but he had to do 100 songs. Max completed 100 songs in a week and a half and gave it to him. That's kind of what his beef was about. He felt like he had completed the obligation. But no question, his work ethic is crazy." (SOHH)
Last March, Max spoke out against reports claiming an appeal was rejected.
"I just need y'all to stop the fraudulent rumors, Bigga still right here," Max said in an interview. "My sh*t ain't get denied! I'm still waiting on the courts, but that thing right there, right around the corner, right, right around the corner. I was gonna give y'all n*ggas a special treat, I got some unreleased records that I was about to release. It just be a matter of time before I unleash the dragon, when I step out the can, I'ma be on my grown man sh*t." (Hip Hop Connection)
Prior to the denial, reports suggested Max would spend the next 30 years behind bars.
Looks like we won't be seeing Max B anytime soon. Max B's appeal was denied and he won't be eligible for parole or prison release until November 9th, 2042. Yep, we most likely won't see Charly Wingate aka Max B for 30 more years according to the New Jersey State Police. Max B ended up in a New Jersey State Prison cell in 2009 after he was found guilty on 9 out of 11 counts of murder and robbery charges. If you commit the crime, you do the time but is there any actual proof that Max B murdered anybody? I don't think so. Free Max B! (Rap Dose)
Check out a recent Max B interview below: