(From Everlasting Money album; 2015)
Nervous man in a four hundred dollar recording booth: exit Mr. Aaron Doppie, formerly a reflection in a mirror, a fragment of the melancholy mob music diaspora, a wistful thinker made out of glass but now made out of flesh and on his way to join the company of Pellion's artist mate from PureBakingSoda. Mr. A-Wax, with one foot through the door and one foot out of the Underrated Northern California Rapper Zone.
(From On Your Body single; 2015)
To serve Mon no more: the recollections of one Lionel Pickens with appropriate flashbacks and soliloquy of waviness. Or more simply stated, the evolution of what Max B started reaching the Pacific State. The cycle of going from being That Other Guy to the untapped-potential of Tell 'Em to a posthumous top ten hit in waiting. The metamorphosis from being a side plate to a key ingredient in the soup. It's today's bill of fare as the late Young Abu Dhabi finally has a song Dan Large can play at his pool parties in Dubai.