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Maxwell spent years searching for the perfect sound in his head. blackSUMMERS'night shows the wait was worth it. Silky ribbons of organic R&B flutter out the speakers. Dark synths on “Hostage” and “The Fall” shows Maxwell moving with the times yet sounding positively timeless.

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A True Maxwell Fan

But patiently expected more. 1900X is the only thing that has my attention. I hope NIGHTS will be better!


We waited so long. Gods and Lake by the Ocean are stand outs. The rest sound like filler. This album aside from standouts almost doesnt sound like Maxwell. So bummed...

Well worth the WAIT!!

He could sing the ABC's and I'd STILL love him!!!


Born: May 23, 1973 in New York, NY [Brooklyn]

Genre: R&B/Soul

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

Along with fellow founders D'Angelo and Erykah Badu, Maxwell was enormously important in defining and shaping the neo-soul movement that rose to prominence over the latter half of the '90s. Drawing his greatest inspiration from the concept of the R&B auteur (looking to artists like Prince, Marvin Gaye, Stevie Wonder, etc.), Maxwell recorded some of the most ambitious R&B of his time, becoming wildly popular and often earning critical raves in the process. What was more, his recurring theme of romantic...
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