American rapper and producer Maxo Kream is from Houston’s Southwest. He’s a member of the Kream Clicc crew. His first album as a frontman, Punken, was out in 2018. Other works by Quicc worth mentioning include “Quicc Strikes” (2013), “#Maxo187” (2015), and “The Persona Tape” (2016). He has worked with a wide variety of artists, including Playboi Carti, Suicideboys, Fredo Santana, and Trae the Truth.
Originally from Houston, Texas, Emekwanem Ibemakanam Ogugua Biosah Jr. was born on March 29, 1990. His mother is African-American and his father is Nigerian, and they reared him in Alief, Texas. Maxo went to both Kempner High School and Alief Hastings High. Maxo Kream was exposed to a lot of gunplay and gang culture while growing up. His record of arrests and convictions is the result of his involvement with the 52 Hoover Gangster Crips.
Maxo Kream, who always tells it like it is, resorted to music as an outlet, relying on his childhood and daily life for inspiration. It wasn’t until his remix of “Rigamortus” in December 2011 that he started drawing attention (originally by Kendrick Lamar). Maxo Kream released his first mixtape, titled Retro Card, in October of 2012. Songs like “Best Out,” “Shoota,” and “Max God” were included in the compilation. The September 2013 release of his second cassette, Quicc Strikes, followed suit.
It was a success, with thousands of downloads and plays across mixtape platforms. At the Texas stop of Chief Keef’s Finally Rich tour, Maxo was one of the headlining acts. On the last day of 2013, Maxo Kream released the track “Mob Of Gods” alongside ASAP Ant as a joint effort.
Maxo Kream released his third mixtape, #Maxo187, on TSO Records in March of 2015. The song “Cell Boomin” by Father was the first single released. Joey Badass, Fredo Santana, and Ski Mask the Slump God were among the many guest vocalists on the disc. The Persona Tape, his fourth album, was released in June of 2016. In January of 2018, Maxo Kream released his first official studio album. Trippie Redd and 03 Greedo were two of the album’s notable guests. Several people, including Sonny Digital, Suicideboys, Honorable C.N.O.T.E., Teddy Walton, and others, were responsible for the production.
Maxo Kream, who is roughly 5 feet 10 inches tall, is a mixed-race African-American and Nigerian. He was raised on hip-hop from the likes of 50 Cent and The Game. His net worth is estimated at $500 thousand.
Maxo and many other alleged Kream Clicc gang members were arrested in October of 2016 on allegations of belonging to a criminal organization. They were also charged with things like marijuana distribution and money laundering. In December 2018, Maxo’s “Hoova” music video resulted in 20 arrests on weapons accusations. Evidence from the video was utilized by police to identify and apprehend the suspects. The video was filmed back in March 2018.