Maximillian Goldberg debuts “Players Club”

Based on West Hollywood Maximillian Goldberg is Pop’s rising star, discovered by Usher. Well known for his incredible 5-octave vocal range Maximillian is debuting the amazing single titled “Players Club”. Flexing the Hollywood lifestyle, this song is no cliche when we talk about music production which is inspired by the Sunset Strip vibes. The song can be considered a modern Los Angeles anthem.


Rewinding to 2009 when Maximillian was discovered by Usher, spotted from the top 20 teenagers picked to fly to Los Angeles to compete in ‘Body by Milk’s ‘Got Noise?’, disputing against the likes of Emmy-nominee Ramy Youssef, challenging for creating a music video for Usher‘s 2010 single “More”, a song from his Grammy Award ® the winning album, “Raymond v Raymond”.


In 2010 he was hired by MTV as a ‘Studio Production Intern’ in this opportunity Maximillian had the chance to share the set with A-Listers like Justin Timberlake, Drake, and Nick Cannon. He also organized a concert in Times Square for Forbes Magazine‘s richest woman in music featuring Rihanna. Sticking with his dreams of a career in the music industry Maximillian is not giving up and still works as an Uber driver on the streets of Los Angeles in hope to get signed to a major record label before the holiday season.


After a decade of his initial discovery Maximillian‘s “Players Club” is an homage to the Golden Age of Hollywood Glamour, Goldberg wrote the song’s lyrics, composed the melodies, and co-produced the song alongside his business partner Benjamin Davidson, known as “Billy D3 Kid” who is also partnering up on Maximillian’s debut EP entitled “Spend Some Time”
About the record Max completes “coy through the first two-thirds of the song before unleashing operatic belts as a leggero tenor, like Michael Jackson and Stevie Wonder and revealing a laser-like precision in utilizing whistle register, unheard of in males”.

You can enjoy it below, and follow Maximillian on his social. See you in the next one, bye!

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