At the age of 21 he reigns supreme in the still underground artform of local freestyle rap. The talk is that he is so lyrically gifted he can put to rhyme any object or situation thrown in front of him not only with class and finesse, but with flawless diction and an effortless wit beyond his years. Its enough to make you stand up and toast his talent, whether or not you are a fan of hiphop. Lately his face, still bearing mommys milk as they say, is popping up all over the internet, enjoying favourable reviews. The young St Marys College student has also been featured on Synergy TV and CCM channel 3, and if the response of the media is anything to go by, may very well be the first son of the soil to take local rap to mainstream listenership. Born July 1st 1991, this swift-spitter whose real name is Ronald Verasammy, has been rapping since the age of six when a deejay cousin of his had him imbibing the likes of Tupac, Biggie Smalls, Nas and others day in day out. His stage name is a modification made on his middle name, Max, by a cousin on his wedding day many years ago.