The lead singer of the famous group Faithless and DJ Maxi Jazz died

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The lead singer of a famous band has died Faithless and DJ Maxi Jazz

The musician who performed the hits Insomnia, One Step Too Far and God Is a DJ turned 65.

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A famous British musician died at 65 and Faithless lead singer Maxi Jazz. The cause of death of the hitmaker is not reported. His colleagues write that he “died peacefully, in his sleep.” The Daily Mail writes about this.

Maxi Jazz is famous for such hits as God Is a DJ, One Step Too Far and Insomnia. Written in 1995, the latest track, featuring a jazzy sleep-fighting rap with the chorus I can't get no sleep, was voted the fifth greatest dance record of all time by readers of dance music magazine Mixmag in 2013.

“If I had a pound for every time someone comes up and says 'I can't sleep', I'd live in a space station,” Maxi Jazz joked in a 2020 interview.

“He was a man who changed our lives in so many ways. He gave the right meaning and message to our music,” said the other two main band members, Rollo and Sister Bliss. On Twitter, Faithless reported that Maxi Jazz passed away peacefully in his sleep. The message did not state the cause of death.

Maxi Jazz's real name is Maxwell Fraser, he was born in south London and participated in the creation of Faithless in 1995. In March, he reported health problems. But said he was working on new tracks.

Legendary DJ Pete Tong MBE paid tribute to his friend by tweeting that Jazz was “a poet, a gentleman and a true original”.

< p>“He made some tunes that define both club culture and a generation. In a hundred years, if anyone asks what all the fuss was about in 1996, just play him Insomnia, job done. Me “I'm lucky to be the first to play these tunes on the radio. We mourn his passing but celebrate his legacy. Maxie, get some sleep,” wrote Pete Tong.

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