Bad Boy Entertainment’s French Montana has revealed his involvement in having longtime rap pal Max B added to rap star Kanye West‘s new The Life Of Pablo album.
Montana boasted about Max’s placement on Ye’s “Silver Surfer Intermission” track Sunday (February 14).
Check out what Max B had to say about Kanye West originally naming his new album Waves on the next page…
Recently, Max phoned into New York radio station Power 105.1’s “The Breakfast Club” to address the viral chatter about Kanye initially naming his album Waves, a reference he made popular in hip-hop.
“Nah, not really. It’s love, it’s all love. I appreciate it, I’m flattered dude is even acknowledging the situation, it’s all gravy. Everybody knows I’m an innovator, everybody knows I got an imagination, I come up with these words and these slogans and these catchphrases and it’s all good. When the people follow suit, it’s all good. I appreciate it. I love it. Thank-you. We don’t have a relationship, I never met him. I feel like he got it from the atmosphere and the atmosphere got it from me. It’s all good. I feel that’s what art’s about. We take things from each other – it’s all good. He ain’t drop a diss record, he just called his album Waves.” (“The Breakfast Club”)
Max B enthusiast Wiz Khalifa pleaded with Kanye to reconsider the Waves album title last month.
After a ton of anticipation, Kanye teamed up with streaming service TIDAL to release his new The Life Of Pablo album this weekend.
Following the mega-successful YEEZY Season 3 fashion show that was livestreamed over 20 million times Thursday via TIDAL, and an iconic performance on Saturday Night Live, Kanye West announced that his seventh solo album THE LIFE OF PABLO will be available to TIDAL subscribers exclusively for streaming in its entirety plus four bonus tracks on tidal.com for seven days. The album will also be available as a download exclusively on kanyewest.com for one week. (TIDAL Press Release)