Dancehall reggae artiste Maxx from UK

by DRW
(Jamaica)

Maxx

Maxx

Relatively new to the music scene, Romain Robert O?Sullivan, better known as "Maxx" is quickly making a name for himself in UK Dancehall and on the radio. Born and raised in Kingston, Jamaica, Maxx moved to London at the age of 18, where he began to embrace a whole new culture.


As a former Private in the British Army, "Mad Maxx" (a name he received from follow Jamaican comrades during his service) ventured into the world of music around 2008, through a great friend and artist, Stylo G.

Becoming a student to his new found passion Maxx spent hours in the studio and stage shows, absorbing everything, from the soca to rap, dancehall to pop, quietly cultivating his style.

The workaholic found himself devoted to his musical calling, learning how to produce, engineer and mastering his writing skills.

Stepping to the mic, in 2008 Maxx, was featured on Warning Crew's 'Warning Mi Seh', as well as the 2009 single ?Blackberry?, by 2010 the artist was ready to step out on his own, recording his 1st solo single ?Mad? followed by "Take It Off".

2011 found him working with Stylo G, this collaboration brought forth the hit single "Boassy" which has solidified Maxx?s unique high pitch singjay vocals. With his new single "Bazelle" featuring Stylo G buzzing for summer 2011, Maxx is working on an EP slated for early fall.

Armed with model looks, versatile fashion, and cool, calm, collected aura, Maxx is the epitome of "swagger". Influenced by all genres of music and artist such as Shaggy, Tracey Chapman, Sean Paul, Barrington Levy, Usher, Jay Z, and Bob Marley, Maxx prides himself on being able to mix all these ingredients into one musical pot.

As a man who loves to challenge himself, Maxx is confident of his ability to convey his style musically while mixing his singjay vocals with hip hop and dancehall tracks. All the while, creatively merging his Jamaican roots with his British influences.

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