J. Max Bond Jr., (Aka Max Bond), 1935 – February 18, 2009, was one of New York’s most influential architects.
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Harlem’s Max B, French Montana, and the Weeknd have shared their video for a new song. “A Lie” is produced by Harry Fraud, and it appears on French Montana’s new album Jungle Rules.
We hope French Montana isn’t trolling us. On Saturday night, the MC4 rapper sent out a tweet that suggested Max B will make an appearance at Summer Jam 2017.
Hip-hop heads have been craving new music from Max B since the news broke last year about the waviest rapper’s pending release from prison.
French Montana was introduced to many through his work with Max B, and he hasn’t forgotten about his mentor since the Harlem rapper was sentenced to 75 years behind bars Continue Reading →
Imprisoned Harlem rapper Max B had his 75-year sentence for a deadly 2009 robbery trimmed by at least 55 years in a momentous legal victory for the hip-hop artist.
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