Don't be fooled by Maxo Kream's somewhat innocent appearance and his mischievous smile. He is indeed a man with a solid past, which is expressed in his latest records "Brandon Banks" in the form of bold, powerful gangsta rap. This album can be easily considered as his big break through after having already caught the attention of Pitchfork, Crack and FACT with "Punken". Maxo Kream raps about the beautiful and the sordid things that drug and gang life has in store. He tells his stories in the most honest way and does not hide the darker side of his past or family history. On "Brandon Banks", the Roc Nation signee joins forces with Travis Scott, Schoolboy Q, Megan Thee Stallion and A$AP Ferg for an album as rough as his gruff voice and as fierce as his own flow.