Maxi Jazz – 1957 to 2022

Maxi Jazz – 1957 to 2022

Maxi Jazz, real name Maxwell Fraser, was a British singer, rapper, and songwriter best known as the lead vocalist of the electronic dance group Faithless. Born on June 14th, 1961 in Brixton, London, Maxi grew up in a musical household and developed a love for hip hop and reggae at a young age. He began his musical career as a hip hop DJ before co-founding Faithless with producers Rollo and Sister Bliss in 1995.

Over the course of their career, Faithless released ten studio albums and numerous singles, becoming one of the most successful and influential acts in the dance music scene. Maxi’s smooth, soulful voice and socially conscious lyrics garnered him a devoted following, and he was widely praised for his stage presence and energetic live performances.

In addition to his work with Faithless, Maxi also collaborated with artists such as Tiesto and Robbie Williams

Maxi Jazz passed away peacefully in his sleep on 23rd December 2022 at the age of 65, leaving behind a legacy as a pioneering and influential figure in the world of electronic dance music. He will be deeply missed by his friends, family, and fans around the world.

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