Tag Archive | Maxo Kream
Two of Houston’s star artists connect, Maxo Kream and Megan Thee Stallion, who is one of the hottest names in rap right now. The duo get together for the catchy single “She Live”. They both slide over the bass focused production with ease. An exceptional look at what the city has produced, Houston continues to breed top-tier artists.
Maxo Kream might be one of the most underrated storytellers in the game. His ability to articulate his life through word play and vivid imagery is unmatched. Recently signing with RCA records for a large sum of cash, which was well deserved. “Still” has a head-knocking beat for an aggressive delivery from the Houston artist. Line after […]
The day after filming “Trap Relays”, Ghost Magneto and Kenny Lou were found violently shot to death early in the morning outside of a Houston strip club. The two up and coming artists were just on the verge of breaking. Both of them had promising futures in music ahead, it is a horrible shame that their lives were cut […]
Maxo Kream is known well for his ability to tell his personal narrative through his music. On “Meet Again” raw and uncut accounts of the broken criminal justice system viewed from his eyes are the topic of discussion. Speculating on the perspectives of his people on the inside to his own from the outside looking in. Hardships […]
Houston’s Doeman and Maxo Kream connect for the undeniably dope “Southside Kings”. The two southern Houston staples bring both the barrio and the hood together and absolutely rip DJ Nobody‘s instrumental with menacing bars. The intro of the record samples the classic 90’s film “Blood In Blood Out” where Montana (head of La Onda) says […]
Maxo Kream stops by Rosecrans to drop off his visual for “Roaches” off his “Punken” project. Produced by Wlderness, Kream speaks on the good old days where face tatts weren’t the norm, before social media, & when music contains a lot more substance. Bringing listeners to reminisce as he touches on plenty of topics, it’s a […]
Desto Dubb taps in with two of Texas’ hottest artists Splurge and the veteran Maxo Kream for “Trap Flooded”. Fizzle delivers a powerhouse beat as usual and they do the rest. They rip this track apart with their unrivaled flows and sharp lyricism. Listen to the track below.
AD has released a music video for his track titled “From The Block” that features Maxo Kream. As the duo describes the experiences they went through growing up, easily portraying how that’s shaped them into the men they are today, not just as ‘rappers.’ Watch the visual below!
Off his latest album “Punken,” Maxo Kream releases visual “5200” where he takes viewers back to his hometown while speaking of multiple ways to make money. Beginning with different shots of the city, Kream’s visual focuses on an ‘underground’ hair salon as he raps between there & a tire shop, listeners are given free game. […]
Rosecrans Radio had the fortune of sitting down with Houston’s own Maxo Kream. Vic and Cypress spoke with Maxo about his new project ‘Punken’, what it was like growing up in Texas in the 90’s and 2000’s, his independent spirit, going on tour with Chief Keef and GBE in 2014, his relationship with the now […]
Young California DJ Cypress Moreno conducted an in-studio interview with buzzing Houston rapper Maxo Kream. Maxo who was recently on tour with Long Beach’s own Joey Fatts. The Houston emcee shared some crazy tour stories, some insights on his tracks, album 187, and more. The interview is sandwiched between some ill turn up/ trap tracks […]