Back in July, Maxo Kream released his sophomore studio album, Brandon Banks. Made up of 15 tracks, Brandon Banks featured collaborations with Travis Scott, Megan Thee Stallion, ScHoolboy Q and A$AP Ferg and served as the follow-up to his debut LP from 2018, Punken. Now, the acclaimed Texas rapper is revisiting his Brandon Banks project for his latest major visual. Specifically, Maxo Kream is reconnecting with ScHoolboy Q for an official, Psycho Films-helmed music video for “3AM.”
“All the rappers I’m f*cking with right now, I knew before I got the deal. They respected me. It really be off the music. I don’t do shit for clout,” Maxo Kream told Stereogum earlier this year, explaining his approach to choosing collaborators and sharing his opinion on his “3AM” cohort ScHoolboy Q. “If I f*ck with your music, I f*ck with your music … I f*ck with ScHoolboy. We’re from the same set, 52 Hoover Gangster Crip. But at the same time, I f*ck with him as a man and he f*cks with me as a man, because me and ScHoolboy Q don’t be out on the block gangbanging. There might be homies and cuz coming out with finger signs or something, but we be chilling. I ain’t gonna say I’m escaping the gang life, but I’m escaping the streets for sure. The streets don’t love nobody.”
You can take a look at the new music video for Maxo Kream and ScHoolboy Q’s Brandon Banks collaboration “3 AM.”
For more, revisit Maxo Kream and Megan Thee Stallion’s music video for “She Live,” which surfaced last month.