Project of Chicago producers 20 Fingers. Max-A-Million was revealed with the House single "Fat Boy" in the summer of 1995. Three other singles were later released: "Take Your Time (Do It Right)", a funky dance cover of S.O.S. Band's 1980 hit. "Sexual Healing", a cover of the Marvin Gaye classic, and "Everybody's Groovin". All of them turned to be valuable hits. But as Mohr and Rosario moved on to different performers in their 20 Fingers stable, Max-A-Million was cast adrift and finally disbanded in 1998.
However, the name 'Max-A-Million' is still owned by Duran Estevez, who chose to use it as his alias. He is now managed by Chappell Entertainment.