Max Suavo – “Where Did Love Go”
International Reggae Artist Max Suavo grew up in Kingston Jamaica and began his singing debut as lead singer of the teen group The Classiques. The group entertained local Jamaicans by performing mainly cover songs by Dennis Brown, Bob Marley, Barrington Levy, Ini Kamoze, Lionel Richie, Maxwell, Boyz To Men etc. Max Suavo later became the lead singer for the OutCast Band in Kingston Jamaica.
During this period Max shared stage with the likes of Marcia Griffiths, Rita Marley, Lloyd Parks and others at various venues such as UWI, Utech and several High School/college end of year concerts. Max juggled his singing activities with track and field athletics and was High School national champion in both the 800m and 1500m before leaving Jamaica for Florida.
Max had a long hiatus from the music scene but restarted in 2013, writing and composing Roots Reggae, Soul ballads, Reggaeton and Lite-Rock songs as a multi-genre cross-over artist. Max Suavo’s latest EP reached #1 on three separate Reverbnation’s charts: Jamaican Regional, Kingston Local and Reggae Global charts. The EP features sweet reggae vocal harmony, invigorating lead guitar hooks and tight basslines. Max’s new Album (Civilization) was released in March of 2021. Max Suavo is a spiritually conscious artist whose music promotes unity, peace and love for the entire family.
Max Suavo is on radio rotation with the track “Where Did Love Go”.
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