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Max Perry

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Max Perry , primarily known by his stage name Maxwell Smart was born in New York City and raised in Brooklyn, New York.


Max was born into a very musical family. His father, Fredro Perry, a drummer, songwriter, producer, and independent label owner, has gained success and has toured worldwide with his band, The Brooklyn Cowboys. His uncle, Richard Perry, is one of the most successful record producers of all time, and was twice named Billboard Producer of the Year, producing artists like Ringo Starr, Rod Stewart, Harry Nilsson, Carly Simon, The Pointer Sisters, Barbra Streisand, Diana Ross, Tina Turner, Ray Charles, Fats Domino, Patti La Belle, and The Temptations to name a few. And his brother/partner, Gennessee, who he has done countless co-writes with, has worked with artists such as Mac Dre, One Block Radius, Too Short, Hell Rell, Paul Wall, AZ, and Chino Xl.

Carving out his own spot in music, Max has worked with many artists from his hometown of New York such as Jim Jones, Prodigy, AZ, Sheek Louch, Tru-Life, Hell Rell, Max B, 40 Cal, and Paul Cain. The West Coast has also figured prominently in Max's career. Traveling to California frequently since he was a teenager to work with his brother/partner Gennessee eventually led to working with artists like Mistah F.A.B, San Quinn, Killa Tay, B-Legit, Matt Blaque, Goldie Gold, Berner, Haji Springer, Cousin Fik, and Global.

In 2009, Max had the honor of producing 3 tracks for the American Gangster: Mac Dre and the Romper Room Gang episode, which aired on BET in January 2009. Future plans include projects with Brisco, Nipsey Hussle, Baby Bash, Gorilla Zoe, B-Legit, Jody Breeze, and Matt Blaque.

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