RIP Maxi Jazz, former lead singer of Faithless dies at 65

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RIP Maxi Jazz (Maxwell Fraser), the former lead singer of the British electronic music group Faithless, has died at 65 

Merry Christmas. I hope you have already celebrated the first few hours. Unfortunately, we are not spared the sad news even at Christmas.

Maxwell Fraser, aka Maxi Jazz, the former lead singer of Faithless, passed away on Christmas Eve at age of 65.

RIP Maxi Jazz

RIP Maxi Jazz

The musician and DJ Maxwell Fraser was a core member of the electronic music group Faithless which further consists of Sister Bliss and Rollo. They are best known for the hits Insomnia, God is a DJ, or We come 1,

With Maxi, we have lost an extraordinary musician and singer. He goes down in the history of electronic music because of his exceptional rap-oriented vocal techniques.

Faithless officially communicates:

We are heartbroken to say Maxi Jazz died peacefully in his sleep last night. He was a man who changed our lives in so many ways. He gave proper meaning and a message to our music. He was a lovely human being with time for everyone and wisdom that was both profound and accessible.

RIP, Maxi. Thank you for everything you gave us in terms of musical output. We will always remember you and your voice.

More information here: Faithless

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