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Lin-Manuel Miranda, The Chainsmokers & More Star in MAX's 'Still New York' Video - Watch!

MAX is back with his new single “Still New York” featuring Joey Bada$$, and you can watch the official music video right here!

The 26-year-old singer-songwriter’s latest track is a benefit single for New York City.

PHOTOS: Check out the latest pics of MAX

“I’ll be donating all the money from this song to New York Charities. Being able to carry my home, my city, my roots with me everywhere I go is so important in my life, and I am so proud to spread the energy of New York around the world! I can’t wait to play it live every night on my House Of Divine world tour!” he said of the song.

The music video includes cameos from Lin-Manuel Miranda, The Chainsmokers, The Fat Jew, AJR, Jon Bellion and Phoebe Ryan.

Watch below! You can also download and stream the song across all digital platforms.

The Fat Jew Apologizes for Not Crediting Comedians' Jokes

The Fat Jew (aka Josh Ostrovsky) is apologizing to the comedians whose jokes he has stolen over the years after getting tons of backlash on social media this past week.

The Instagram star often posts screencaps of other people’s jokes without giving them credit. After he was signed to CAA this week, many comedians spoke out to accuse him of stealing jokes.

“I should have been providing attribution for all posts. It’s always been important to me. The internet is a vast ocean of stuff, and sometimes it’s hard to find the original source of something. I now realize that if I couldn’t find a source for something, I probably shouldn’t have posted it in the first place,” Josh told Vulture.

“I’m working to add attribution to every one of my posts, and will continue to do so. My email address is up,” he added. “I urge people to reach out and say, ‘That’s my thing.’ I would love to give credit. I want people to shine on social media, I always have. And I will never again post something that doesn’t have attribution, because I realize now that when the stage is large enough, and the voice is large enough, these things matter.”

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