Max B Could Be Released In 2016 According To New Documentary


| January 28, 2014 - 2:44 pm

Amalgam Digital’s CEO Anyextee recently told DZI that Max B’s catalog has been sold to another company that is also looking to build a new defense team and start the appeal process. Speaking on the situation, Anyextee had this to say:

“We recently sold Max B’s catalog as part of a play to help get him out. He and his family were excited about this as the company we sold it to has agreed to put up the required capital to fund a proper legal defense using the defense attorneys that we always wanted to use. It’s possible Charly could be out as soon as two years if the legal team is successful in their strategy. He already has time served under his belt.”

This might get a lot of people excited, but take the news with a grain of salt: Anyextee has been promoting his own rap project recently and he isn’t afraid to advertise the artists that he’s signed in the past (Curren$y, Joe Budden, Lil’ B, etc.) during his promo runs. Whether this is an attention grab or an actual possibility, it means that hope is still alive amongst Max B and his loyal fans. — Max Weinstein