Maxi Jazz



Maxi Jazz

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1983
Born
June 14, 1957 in Brixton
Location
, United Kingdom
Biography
Maxi Jazz (born Maxwell Fraser on 15 June 1957 in Brixton, London[1]) is an English Sōka Gakkai rapper. He is best known as the lead vocalist of British band Faithless. Maxi founded The Soul Food Cafe System as a DJ in 1984, having discovered hip-hop a year earlier. He transferred this sound to pirate radio station LWR in 1987. In 1989 The Soul Food Cafe Band was picked up by Tam Tam Records, which is the dance wing of Savage Records), and the album Soul Food Café was recorded. Maxi founded Namu Records in 1992 in order to release the band's material in the form of three E.
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My Culture

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My Culture [Radio Edit] [Edit]

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My Culture [*]

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My Culture [Radio Edit]

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Dance 4 Life

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Killer's Lullaby

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She's My Baby

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Why Go?

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Take the Long Way Home

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Postcards

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Albums, Releases & Mixtapes


In My Brain (Remixes)

In My Brain (Remixes)

Maxi Jazz December 15, 2014

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Dance4life

Dance4life

Tiësto July 27, 2009

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Dance4Life (All Mixes)

Dance4Life (All Mixes)

Maxi Jazz September 29, 2006

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Dance4Life (12inch Mix)

Dance4Life (12inch Mix)

Maxi Jazz September 1, 2006

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