NATIONAL – 07/26/2017 (PRESS RELEASE JET) — Strtream/Sony Recording Star Max Mazzim pushed up the release of her new single and video Birthday Love to August 18, due to the overwhelming response. The single is available through Sony Music and where ever you buy music.
Birthday Love, the first single from Max Mazzim features dance hall legend Beenie Man. “This up-tempo reggae dance track comes complete with sexy meets smooth lyrics, catchy hooks and a production that will send this record up the charts”.
Max Mazzim, is a multi-talented International R&B/Pop singer, songwriter and actress. By age 12 Max as she likes to be called, was singing and dancing in nationally syndicated television and music shows in Europe and Germany prior to coming to America.
Uptown Single Girl, the debut album features twelve songs including the titled track “Birthday Love”, “unforgettable”, “Better Be Good” that features label mate Big Hookz, and “Love Letters” which will have everyone up and dancing. Explains Label CEO George Hookz.
Max will embark on a ten city tour in support of her highly acclaimed debut album, cities includes: Phoenix, Dallas, Houston, New Orleans, New York City, Atlanta, Las Vegas, Nashville, Miami and Orlando, followed by stops in Germany, France, England, Canada, Cameroon, Nigeria, Russia, South Africa and Denmark.
You can also catch Max Mazzim on the Gone 2 Soon stop the violence concert series that will be hitting cities across the country to encourage the youth to just say no to guns. Tour starts mid-September.
Battlefield, another hit off the Uptown Single Girl album will become an instant smash upon its debut during the 2018 Soccer World Cup. Max is expected to perform in Russia during that time.
Mazzim will also be launching her new skin line product called “Skin Glo”, by Max & Co., the brand will debut later this year. Part of the proceeds will benefit charitable organizations around the world. The cosmetic line will be made available for advance online orders by visiting Max & Co website prior to its launch.