Ceemax is a rapper/producer who was raised in Knowsley, a borough in Liverpool. Ceemax originates from East London and has been writing lyrics all his life, performing his first song at 16. He enjoys performing and has done so at many events all around England.  One of the biggest venues he has performed at was the Liverpool O2 Academy, in front of a capacity crowd.

What sets Ceemax out from the crowd is his lyrical ability, flow and delivery. He uses these strengths to put great effort and style into creating new wordplay, similes and metaphors. Ceemax has recored 3 mixtapes; the first one “Trial and Error” was produced when he was just 18.  Ceemax followed up with “Chima-era” and “Heart of a Lion”.

The last year has been Ceemax’s most successful to date. In April 2017, he released ‘Unleashed’, a gutsy upbeat grime release that highlighted Ceemax’s lyrical flow. You can listen to Unleased at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rgZSJM_4Bp0&index=2&t=0s&list=PLzpZzSrKwhkPgjp6281vsB7HvzLgYh7DZ.

Ceemax then changed tack to produce two completely different tunes. ‘Wow’, featuring Sasha Rose, has been cited as being catchy as f**k and highlights where Ceemax can go with his abilities. Wow can be heard at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-JUTe8Xl0MQ&index=3&list=PLzpZzSrKwhkPgjp6281vsB7HvzLgYh7DZ.

Following ‘Wow’ Ceemax collabed with American vocalist Ray Elle on the beautiful ‘When I’m Gone’. Ray’s vocals are on point and strikingly contrasted Ceemax’s rap skills. This song can be heard at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Bnkn6KkV-eM&index=5&list=PLzpZzSrKwhkPgjp6281vsB7HvzLgYh7DZ.

Ceemax entered 2018 with tracks ‘Breath Fire’ (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cvzM-U5vo6w&index=6&list=PLzpZzSrKwhkPgjp6281vsB7HvzLgYh7DZ), which features Trinity’s own Girls of Safire and the soon to be boxing-classic ‘What You Gonna Do’ (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0U0pyiYTX1M&list=PLzpZzSrKwhkPgjp6281vsB7HvzLgYh7DZ&index=4)

Things are looking skyward for Ceemax. He has featured numerous times on BBC Merseyside Introducing, including an interview, he has been on Radio City, he has performed at St Helens Rugby Club, before their game against Warrington in front of over 12’000 people and he was featured on Sound City festival.

We are immensely proud of Ceemax and hope to share in his journey to the top!

If you would like to book Ceemax for a show, please contact us.