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French Montana Ends Marriage, Shares ‘Dumb’ Spending Habits
French Montana claimed to be "Married to the Streets" on his 2009 single, but he actually married a woman in 2007, at the age of 22.
Since then, the Moroccan-raised South Bronx transplant, born Karim Kharbouch, has seen his partner Max B receive a 75-year prison sentence and watched…
Bigga Threat Wounded, Another Man Dead in Shooting
A bike-by shooting in East Harlem, N.Y., left rapper Bigga Threat wounded, and another man dead yesterday (July 6).
According to reports, an unidentified cyclist shot the Dame Grease-affiliated rapper, born Maurice Edwards, 29, and his associate Laquan Parks, 28, also an aspiring rapper, as they were…
Max B Could Be Out of Prison by July
Rapper Max B could be home sooner than expected. The New York spitter, who is currently serving a 75-year bid over a botched 2006 robbery, has been trying to appeal his sentence ever since heading to the clink in June 2009. But according to the Harlemite, he could be back on the streets this July...
Imprisoned Rapper Max B to Release Debut on March 29
Incarcerated rapper Max B may be in prison until the year 2100, but that hasn't stopped him from releasing his long-awaited debut album. According to reports, the former Dipset affiliate will finally release 'Vigalante Season' on March 29th, via Massachusetts record label Amalgam Digi…
Jim Jones Loses Control of Max B’s Music
Max B might be serving a 75-year prison sentence for robbery and murder, but this isn't the last you've heard from him. Prior to heading off to do his bid, the Harlem native recorded his debut 'Vigilante Season' for Amalgam Digital, but the album was put on ice under the pretense…
Max B Granted Appeal On Murder Case
According to reports, Harlem rapper Max B has been granted an appeal on his murder charge.
The incarcerated rapper's manager, Joli O'Shay, told XXL that Max has been granted an appeal, has hired a new lawyer, and is currently awaiting his appeal date...
Max B Slams Lil Wayne and Drake From Prison
Rapper Max B isn't letting his prison sentence get in the way of how he feels about his musical status. In a recent telephone interview the Harlem native proclaimed that despite his current incarceration on murder charges, he is a better rapper than both Lil Wayne and Drake...

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