They’re The Husband & Adorable Son Of A Popular 90’s R&B Singer

Posted On : July 7, 2015

maxee2She’s the late and beautiful Charmayne “Maxee” Maxwell of Brownstone.

As many of you know, “Maxee” sadly passed away at the age of 46, from a freak accident at their home on February 28, 2015 and she is greatly missed by many.

Maxee and husband, Soulshock, on set of "Denmark X Factor"
Maxee and husband, Soulshock, on set of “Denmark X Factor”

Her husband, Carsten “Soulshock” Schack, is a music producer and songwriter who has worked with many successful artists such as, Tupac, Whitney Houston, Usher, Brandy, JoJo and Fantasia. Their son, Nicolaj is 12 years old. He is also a judge on Denmark’s X Factor.
maxee and son
Maxee and her husband, Soulshock were together ever since the early 90’s when they met in 1993 while Soulshock was working on music for Brownstone, after he’d moved from his homeland of Denmark.
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X factor 2010. Fredag d. 19, marts. Her kysser Carsten Soulschock og kæresten Maxee.
We were all completely shocked and saddened when Maxee suddenly passed away after falling on a piece of glass at her home. The months following have had to have been the worst time of her son’s and husbands life, but it’s good to see that they are attempting to push forward and live life the best way they could. Here are a few pics of Maxee’s husband and son in the last couple of months.

Nicolaj takes homs a trophy after winning his soccer game…
sonNicolaj and his Dad on his 12th birthday…
son and husband bdayI’m sure Maxee would be proud of her son and very happy to see the two of them still going. One of the hardest things for us to wrap our heads around about life is why some people have to leave this earth so soon, well before there time, or so it seems. Maybe we’ll never have the answer to that, but it’s still perplexing nonetheless.
maxee and husband and child
Nicolaj can be proud of his Mom and all that she accomplished- not just in music, but in life. May Maxee continue to rest well.
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