Jamaican Music

The Top 10 Maxi Priest Songs

Written by Ask A Jamaican Guy

Max Alfred Elliott, also known as Maxi Priest, is an English Reggae artist bearing Jamaican ancestry. Throughout his career, Priest has worked as a singer and songwriter in Reggae, Reggae fusion, and Lovers rock genres. He is one of the most prominent and successful Reggae fusion artists of all-time and has garnered a lot of international success.

Being the second youngest of nine children born to Jamaican parents living in England, Priest grew up listening to Reggae, R&B, gospel, and pop music. He considers Jamaican greats such as John Holt, Dennis Brown, Gregory Isaacs, and Ken Boothe as his influences along with singers such as Al Green, Marvin Gaye, Phil Collins, the Beatles, and Frank Sinatra.

Having worked majorly as a vocalist with labels such as Atlantic, Charisma, VP, and Virgin, Priest has produced “Wild World” and “Close to You” which became instant hits worldwide. To educate our readers further about the songs this legendary Reggae fusion artist has produced, in this post, we have compiled an informative list of “The Top 10 Maxi Priest Songs”.

1. Close to You:

2. Wild World:

3. Holiday:

4. Best of Me:

5. Believe in Love:

6. Just A Little Bit Longer:

7. Should I:

8. My Girls Dis:

9. Some Guys Have All the Luck:

10. Wild World:

Honorable Mentions:

11. Easy to Love:

12. Groovin’ In The Midnight:

13. That Girl:

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