Faithless lead vocalist Maxi Jazz has unbelievable death at the age of 65

Faithless’ lead singer, Maxi Jazz, who also sang with the likes of Tiesto, Dido, Robbie Williams, and Jamiroquai, has died aged 65. However, the cause of his death was not shared.

Maxi Jazz was born in Fraser, London in 1957. Maxi, real name Maxwell Fraser, began his music career performing solo poetry gigs in Brixton in 1995 before teaming up with Sister Bliss and Rollo to form Faithless.

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Sister Bliss said in a Twitter post: “Sending love to all of you who have shared our musical journey. Take care of each other.”

Maxi Jazz

Maxi Jazz

The band first found success overseas, with their track Salva Mea becoming a club anthem across Europe. They finally cracked the UK top 10 in late 1996 when Insomnia reached number four and stayed in the chart for two months. Contact Us

Three more hits – Don’t Leave, God Is A DJ and We Come 1 – also reached the Top 10 before September 2001’s massive single Muhammad Ali brought Faithless to a wider audience.

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Ali and We Come 1 were both nominated for a Brit Award for Best British Single in 2002. Ali – which sampled a speech given by the boxing legend shortly before his death – also made the shortlist for Best British Video at that year’s MTV Awards.

Faithless were one of the most successful UK acts of the 1990s and 2000s, with eight top 10 singles in a six-year period.

The group wrote on Facebook that they are heartbroken that Maxi Jazz died last night. He has changed our lives in so many ways that words cannot express.

They also wrote that he gave the right meaning and message to their music.

The team also added that he was a nice person. His wisdom was profound and accessible. It was a great honor and a real pleasure to work with him.

He was not only a brilliant lyricist, a DJ and a buddhist, but also had a great stage presence to work with. He also loved cars. He was an endless speaker, a beautiful person, a moral compass for many and a genius in his art.

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