Ab-Soul Shares A Dedication To Max B, Raps About Pestering Questions (Audio)

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Ab-Soul is building a growing rapport with Statik Selektah. Days after Soulo’s role on “Alarm Clock,” the Carson, California MC’s appearance on S.S.’s ShowOff Radio show led to the 1982 co-founder liberating a song Ab forgot was recorded (produced by Statik, no less).

Not long ago, Soul made a song called “To The Max” (which begins at 1:45). A loose dedication to incarcerated Harlem, New York MC/onetime Byrd Gang member Max B, the record features Biggaveli on guest vocals, with the Black Hippy member taking the moment to complain about the ills of his new-found success.  The These Days… maker specifically raps about the pestering text message questions he deals with regarding his bandmates, whether it’s being made to middle-man a Kendrick Lamar verse, or being probed about Jay Rock’s label status with Tech N9ne. No matter the distractions, Ab-Soul just keeps rapping, with nearly-lost joints like this out there surfacing:


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