Max Minelli drops a final album to ‘Say Goodbye’

The New Orleans veteran bows out of the rap game.

Max Minelli has closed out his rap career with one last album: the appropriately titled Say Goodbye.

The 15-track record features Reno da Gutta, Dougie Jay, and Autumn Roussel. Minelli’s longtime friend Happy Perez, Q Red on the Track, Guss Make My Beats, X-Fyle and Sinista are credited on production.

“Everything I’ve done in this game, I’ve done from the ground up,” Minelli said in a press release. “I had opportunities with Mystikal and Pimp C in the past but unfortunately, it didn’t work out for whatever reason. So, I came in on my own terms and I’m leaving on my own. I’ve been blessed to live off my dream, from movies with Meagan Good to ghostwriting and just traveling all over.”

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The Louisiana artist was part of Baton Rouge rapper C-Loc’s Concentration Camp crew in the late ’90s. His 2005 album Get Served, which got him signed to the Koch label, is still a dirty South fave. He also launched several mixtapes throughout the 2000s.

Stream Say Goodbye below:

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