Maxo Kream Reflects on Life in E. Crow’s Animated “One Million” Video
After dropping his video for "Go" in March, Maxo Kream lends a hand to fellow Texas rapper E. Crow in his animated video for "One Million."
Created by Tristan Zammit, who has worked with Lil Yachty, Joey Bada$$, Kodak Black and more, the "One Million" video features a cartoon version of Maxo Kream reflecting on his life and come up. "Where I'm from even the shooters get shot/On the block, pushing rock, shoot a rock, watch the top," Maxo raps.
Later in the video, an animated E. Crow reflects on his upbringing and details how tough it can be to make it out of his environment. "One Million" is featured on the Houston rapper's latest project, Apollo XII, which also includes a feature from Mick Jenkins.
In related news, Maxo Kream is nearing the end of his Punken Tour. After making stops in Houston, New Orleans, Atlanta, New York, Philadelphia and more, the Punken rapper has three shows left on the trek before wrapping up on April 28 in El Paso, Texas.
The tour has also led to some controversy for Maxo. During one stop on the trek, the rapper's security threw water in a female fan's face and snatched her hat and wig off after Maxo pointed her out for throwing something on stage. While the rapper didn't explicitly tell his security to throw water at the woman, he ended up apologizing to her during a FaceTime call.
Check out the "One Million" video below.
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