ABC/Randy HolmesMaxwell is gifting fans with a rare re-release of his enduring and seminal album Urban Hang Suite.
Friday, the iconic soul singer dropped off a set of five EPs comprised of select tracks off his 1996 debut. The projects feature a combination of remixes, alternate versions, and instrumentals of cuts like “…Til the Cops Come Knockin,” “Sumthin’ Sumthin,'” “Whenever Wherever Whatever” and other hits that defined Maxwell’s early career.
On the same day, the singer, songwriter and producer released a five-song remix EP of his latest effort “Shame” — his 14th R&B top 10 hit. The EP consists of five remixes, accompanied by a video and an instrumental version.
Maxwell has also confirmed summer performance plans, which include a series of headlining and festival dates such as the Cincinnati Music Festival and The Ravinia Festival.
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