Front print :
Back print :
Let's not bullshit here, germs - it's entirely probably that Max B did order his ex-girlfriend's stepbrother to shoot that Miami drug dealer dude in the head, but it isn't a crime that warrants 75 years in prison since Max wasn't even in New Jersey at the time and one less coke dealer from Florida is hardly a tragedy of that puppy getting kidnapped over the weekend proportions, right? If there is an offense that Max deserves 75 years in prison for it's letting that godamn cartoon lesbian Psycho Les lookin' ass weed carrier of his rap solo on this beat on their first mixtape together :
French Montana - Bricks And Walls
(From Coke Wave mixtape; 2008)
I guess this might be a good opportunity to discuss how overrated both Coke Wave mixtapes are in contrast to just how underrated the M.O.B (Members Of Byrd Gang) Volume 1 and Public Domain 6 : Walking The Plank 'tapes are in Max's oeuvre. In Biggaveli's interview in that recent issue of XXL, Dame Grease urges anyone who stumbled onto Max with Vigilante Season to check out PD 6 as the release that best captures the primal scream of a man on the brink of oblivion :
"It's all the blues on there" Grease Says. "All blues - ‘I think I might go, but I'm here.’ It reflects what he's going through. Normal fans can listen and know this is good as shit. But avid listeners will know, Oh this n*gga is going through something."
Anyhoo, all sensible bids considered for the t-shirt, but we'd also willing to do swapsies for Juve's Soulja Rags sampler 12" or signed naked pix of Va$htie in her FREE BOOSIE beanie :