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Sep 4, 2020

The multiplatinum recording artist known as MAX is gearing up to release his sophomore album ‘Colour Vision’ this month and with it has come a slew of flawlessly crafted collaborations.

His newest collaboration ‘Working for the Weekend’ marks the second overall with viral sensation bbno$ and the first on this project to be co-written and produced by indie pop band, AJR.

Opening on the sound of white noise followed by the warm strum of an acoustic guitar, MAX blends his signature atmospheric funk and smooth voice effortlessly with the stylings with bbno$. The “Young Pop God” as labeled by GQ, lays on the infectious melodies in the chorus as the production helps to keep the song present with notable isolated instruments and sounds from the strum of an acoustic guitar to the light clinking of a glass.

For a track that was meant to embody an endless work ethic, the irony is palpable as the artist has been consistently performing and creating for over a decade. “I’ve been working for the weekend / But that weekend never came / Will you pat my back tomorrow / If I break my back today” the artist opens the chorus.

Labeled as his most personal set of work to date, Colour Vision has already secured a place for itself among one of the most anticipated albums of 2020. Of the previously released tracks, his hit single ‘Love Me Less” ft. Quinn XCII is certified gold in the US, reached No. 17 at Top 40 radio and has accumulated over 150 million streams worldwide on Spotify in conjunction with the 12+ million views on the official video. The artist has also released several other standalone tracks and collaborations including “Acid Dreams” (feat. Felly), “Checklist” (feat. Chromeo), “Missed Calls” (feat. Hayley Kiyoko), and most recently a feature on ‘Burn It’ from Agust D of BTS which contributes the artist’s


Keep your eyes open for September 18th for the official release of ‘Colour Vision’.


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