Famous singer Maxi Jazz has died at the age of 65 Online writing:
“We are sad to say that Maxi Jazz passed away last night. He was a man who changed our lives in so many ways. He gave meaning and a proper message to our music.
“He was also a lovely human being who had time for everyone and a wisdom that was deep and accessible. It was an honor and of course to work with him.”
“He was a brilliant lyricist, DJ, Buddhist, great stage presence, car lover, endless talker, beautiful person, moral compass and genius.
Rollo, Sister Bliss x”.
Maxi, real name Maxwell Frazer, originally from West Norwood in south London, is one of the most recognizable voices in dance music, creating sounds for songs like “Insomnia” and “God is a DJ” making Faithless one of the biggest electronic acts of all time .
His lyrics and tone were clear and will forever remain at the forefront of electronic music.
Maxi was a founding member of the group along with Rollo, Sister Bliss, and Jimmy Cato.
Faithless, formed in 1995, then released six studio albums together over the next fifteen years.
He was also a big fan of South London football team Crystal Palace. Ballas announced that his team would be coming out to the music of Faithless on Boxing Day in Maxie’s honor.
The world of electronic music will mourn his passing but will forever celebrate his tremendous legacy.
Get some maxi sleep.