The “Large PERSONA” rapper offered his appreciation to Three Six Mafia with a remove his new collection, “WEIGHT OF THE WORLD”
At the point when Maxo Kream initially burst onto the scene two or three years prior, it was clear the Houston rapper had something to demonstrate.
Dropping “Punken” in 2018 and “Brandon Banks” in 2019, Kream showed the world his tenacious hard working attitude and painted the ideal image of what his come up in H-Town was truly similar to.
After two years, and Kream is as yet doing his thing, however from a more-raised position.
Kream has move through the hip-jump positions and in enrolling any semblance of Tyler, the Creator, A$AP Rocky and Freddie Gibbs on his new collection, WEIGHT OF THE WORLD, the “Drizzy Draco” rapper has never been bashful with regards to showing adoration to his counterparts in the rap game.
Furthermore, on “MAMA’S PURSE,” the fourteenth track on WEIGHT OF THE WORLD, Kream isn’t timid with regards to showing his adoration for the ones who preceded him.
Interjecting Three Six Mafia’s “Poppin’ My Collar” from the absolute first line of the tune, Kream recounts an account of how getting to the cash has changed his own life, just as his mom’s.
Rapping about a youthful Maxo taking out of his mom’s satchel to purchase the most recent Jordans, Kream subtleties his endeavors to re-pay her with rap cash. From shaking FUBU and Mitchell and Ness to Fendi and Balenciaga, the “FRFR” rapper clarifies that his mom consistently kept him new when he was youthful, yet presently, in any event, when he can bear to wear all-fashioner everything, that cash can’t bring his sibling back and that cash can’t recuperate the injury.