While everyone was putting their two cents in on Kanye West’s decision to change the name of his forthcoming album to ‘WAVES’, no one really took the time to go to the center of all the controversy and find out his thoughts on the name change. Max B, the creator of the “wave” is currently in prison serving a 75-year sentence for armed robbery, aggravated assault, kidnapping, and murder, but found the time to call into the Breakfast Club to talk about the controversy.

“It’s all love. I appreciate it. I’m flattered that dudes is even acknowledging the situation,” he explained, adding “Everybody know I’m an innovator. Everybody know I got imagination. I come up with these words and these slogans and these catch phrases and it’s all good when the people follow suit. I like Kanye, I appreciate it. I love it, thank you.”

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Max B admitted he doesn’t know Kanye West or Wiz Khalifa but appreciates both of their efforts; Kanye for finding inspiration in his work and Wiz for defending him. He said, “He [Kanye] ain’t drop a diss record, he just called his album WAVES. And everybody know I’m the wavy daddy.” Later saying, “Wiz good people. I never met Wiz neither, but he good people.”

Before the end of the interview, Max B also took the time to address the WAVES documentary that is set to be released by DJ Scoob Doo. He said, “That DVD not official, he didn’t go through the proper channels to release that DVD… That money don’t go to SupportMaxB.com, that money don’t go to my kids, that money that go to family, no legal fees or nothing.” However he did add that he will have an official documentary coming out soon.

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