Maxo Kream (Rapper) Real Name, Bio, Wiki, Age, Father, Brother, Net Worth, Girlfriend, Punken, Merch, Tour, Travis Scott and Songs

Maxo Kream Biography and Wikipedia

Emekwanem Ogugua Biosah, Jr. famously known as Maxo Kream is an American rapper and songwriter who released his debut album “Punken” on January 12, 2018, and the follow-up and major-label debut, Brandon Banks, was released on July 19, 2019.

Maxo Kream Age and Birthday

Maxo Kream is 30 years old as of 2020, He was born on March 29, 1990, in Houston, Texas,

Maxo Kream Height, How Tall is Maxo Kream?

Maxo stands at an average height of 5 feet 3 inches (1.60m) with a moderate weight. He appears to be quite tall in stature if his photos, relative to his surroundings, are anything to go by.

Maxo Kream Real Name and Nationality

Maxo Kream’s real name is Emekwanem Ogugua Biosah, Jr. Maxo is of Nigerian ancestry through his father who is a Nigerian immigrant in the U.S.

Maxo Kream Father

Maxo Kream’s father Emekwanem Ibemakanam Ogugua Biosah Sr is a Nigerian immigrant in the U.S. He immigrated to the USA before Maxi was born. The history of Maxo’s father being in-and-out of his life for a criminal activity specifically doing prison time for fraud charges are documented throughout Brandon Banks, where he had to maneuver the world briefly without a father figure

The Houston hard-hitter describes those early experiences growing up as bumping his head a few times to get back on the right path. Brandon Banks is a complete reflection of his past without glorifying the street life, serving as several life lessons for youngsters who feel directionless and need a guide in their lives too.

Maxo Kream Brother

Maxo is mourning the death of his brother who was shot and killed on March 9, 2020. Kream hit Instagram to post a picture of his brother. “No words or caption can explain wat I’m goin thru … I never expected this or ever lost somebody this close to me,” he wrote.

Officers responded to a shooting in the Woodland Hills suburb of Los Angeles around 4:25 a.m., KTLA 5 reports. Kream’s 27-year-old brother was found with a gunshot wound on the floor, where he was declared dead.

Neighbors state Maxo’s brother went outside before yelling “I was shot.” 911 was called by his roommate. Possible shooters have not been named and police are asking for information about the shooting to called in at (818) 374-1925.

Maxo Kream Girlfriend

Maxo likes to keep his personal life private hence information about his dating life is not available. It is therefore not known whether he is married or has any children. However, this information will soon be updated

Maxo Kream Songs and Wiki

Maxo is of Nigerian descent through his father, who is a Nigerian immigrant to the U.S. Kream began rapping while still in high school, as part of the group Kream Clicc. In 2012, he started to gain popularity after releasing a remix of Kendrick Lamar’s “Rigamortus” on YouTube.

His early mixtapes Retro Card and Quicc Strikes pushed him into the limelight, hitting over 85,000 hits on LiveMixtapes. In 2014, he supported Chief Keef on the Texas leg of his tour. His 2015 mixtape #Maxo187 received attention from XXL Magazine and Pitchfork among others.

He followed it up in 2016 with The Persona Tape. In 2018, he released his debut album Punken. On June 27, 2019, he signed a deal with Roc Nation. On July 19, 2019, he released his major-label debut, Brandon Banks via Big Persona/88 Classic/RCA Records.

Other Personalities Include;

Maxo Kream Net Worth

Maxo Kream has an estimated net worth of $300,000 As of 2020. He has amassed this amount from his prominent rap career. Kream began rapping while still in high school, as part of the group Kream Clicc. In 2012, he started to gain popularity after releasing a remix of Kendrick Lamar’s “Rigamortus” on YouTube.

Maxo Kream Merch

You can buy and order Maxo’s epic merchandise like T-shirts and Hoodies on his official website here.

Maxo Kream Meet Again

Meet again was one of the successful hits in his latest project “Brandon Banks”. Brandon banks is Maxo’s second debut album which was released on July 19, 2019. It also features guest appearances from Travis Scott, Megan Thee Stallion, Schoolboy Q, ASAP Ferg and KCG Josh. You can Listen to meet again down below:

Maxo Kream Tour

Be in the know of all Maxo Kream tours and events in 2020 and 2021 here.

Maxo Kream Album Punken

Punken is the debut studio album by American rapper Maxo Kream, released on January 12, 2018, by TSO Music Group and Kream Clicc. The album was produced by Sonny Digital, Beat Boy, Wlderness and rapper $crim of Suicideboys, among others. It also features guest appearances from Trippie Redd, D. Flowers, and 03 Greedo. Punken was supported by three singles  “Grannies”, “5200” and “Bussdown”

Acclaims for the album

Sheldon Pearce of Pitchfork stated that “the Houston rapper’s first mixtape since 2016 is full of unsparing storytelling, pusher anthems, and a dynamic array of trap production over which Maxo delivers some of his most effective writing”, praising the album’s lyricism:

“Maxo has always been an impressive rapper and an imposing force, maximizing his thunderous voice, but Punken has his most effective writing, his most complete performances, his most engrossing setups, and his most enduring images

Maxo Kream Maxo 187

This is the third mixtape by the Houston rapper Maxo Kream. It was released on March 5, 2015, by TSO Records. The album’s release was supported by the release of the single “Cell Boomin” featuring Father. The mixtape has guest appearances by Fredo Santana, Joey Bada$$, and others.

On February 27, 2015, He released the mixtape’s lead single, “Cell Boomin”. Later, the single appeared on Frank Ocean’s curated playlist on Spotify, Blonded. In the Pitchfork Media review of the mixtape, the track was described as a “drug peddler anthem with a bouncing flow that explores static thump and a syrupy codeine haze.”

Maxo Kream Travis Scott

Kream is one of the toughest rappers coming out of Houston. With the release of his toiling, dark, and autobiographical album Punken, Maxo has cemented himself as one of the city’s most authentic trap artists. Yet, as he revealed in a new interview, were it not for Travis Scott’s words of encouragement, Maxo Kream would have never started rapping.

“Travis Scott the reason why I started rapping,” he said. “Like, he know me like, for shooting up parties and shit back in the day. He like, ‘Bro, you needa rap, bro… get on your Biggie shit.’ I’m like, ‘Shut the fuck up,’ but then he kept telling me this shit, so I really got into this shit. We go way back, way back.”

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