Faitless lead singer Maxi Jazz dies at 65

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The 90´s dance group announced that the artist died in his sleep  

Maxi Jazz, the lead singer of the band Faithless has died, at the age of 65. According to a report in the Guardian on Sunday, December 25, the announcement of his death was made in a Facebook post by the band.  

“We are heartbroken to say Maxi Jazz died last night. He was a man who changed our lives in so many ways and gave proper meaning and message to our music”, the band said. 

Faithless was formed in 1995 by its main members including Rollo, Sister Bliss and Maxi Jazz. They launched their first album in 1996, known as Reverence that included hit singles including Insomia and Salva Mea. Each of these went on to sell over a million copied.  

The English band then launched their second studio album known as Sunday 8PM in 1998. This album featured the global hit God is a DJ.  

The band member later also made another post through Instagram as a trbibute to Maxi Jazz and said, “He was a brilliant lyricist, DJ, Buddhist, a magnificent stage presence, car lover, endless talker, beautiful person, moral compass and genius.” 

They also said that he died peacefuly in his sleep.

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