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Editorial: Condolences To Charmayne ‘Maxee’ Maxwell (Of Brownstone) From

Editorial: Condolences To Charmayne 'Maxee' Maxwell (Of Brownstone) From

Charmayne “Maxee” Maxwell, a member of 90’s R&B group Brownstone, passed away on the night of 2.28.2015, according to Wikipedia.

TMZ reports that Maxwell’s husband, producer Carsten Soulshock (of Soulshock & Karlin) came home and discovered the singer unconscious & bleeding. Paramedics were called to the home, and Maxwell was rushed to Cedars-Sinai Medical Center. Unfortunately, she died from loss of blood on the way there.

Law enforcement believes the fatal gash on Maxwell’s neck was the result of a broken wine glass. It is rumored that she fell & cut herself on the shattered glass. The police claim that there’s no foul play in this situation.

However, there are conflicting reports concerning Maxwell’s death. BET is reporting she died in Denmark. There were also other sites posting rumors about Maxwell being suicidal before the incident. According to The Grio, her brother Brandon refuted the suicide claims on Twitter.

Brownstone is, at this point, best well known for their 1995 Grammy nominated single “If You Love Me”. Other R&B chart hits include “Grapevyne” & “I Can’t Tell You Why”. The group’s debut album ‘From The Bottom Up’ was certified platinum.

You can give their music video for Brownstone’s track “I Can’t Tell You Why” a watch below…