Imprisoned Max B Has Plans For More Music

By Sermon

Despite being in prison for a long time, Max B has plans for the future. Biggaveli was convicted on murder conspiracy and robbery charges in 2009, which led to a sentence of 75 years.

In an interview with Revolt TV, Max says that he'll be releasing both a double disc album and a new installment in his Public Domain series. Are you looking forward to more Max B music?

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