Maxine Harvey

RnB

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Maxine Harvey is a London-based singer of Jamaican descent, most well-known as being the voice of the number one international dance hit "3 AM Eternal" by The KLF in 1992. After releasing a few reggae singles in the mid-90s, Harvey released her debut solo album on World Records in 1997. "Don't You Break My Heart" showcases Harvey's sensual and smooth side, once again highlighting her vocals and their ability to transcend genre, whether it be house music, pop, reggae or R&B.