The Italian-German multi-talented Mauro Mondello, aka MAXÉ, is a DJ, producer, songwriter, and singer. As a DJ, he has travelled all around the world, but he was born in beautiful Düsseldorf. One of his biggest and most prestigious projects was the “ONE LOVE" tour with David Guetta, on which he supported the global star as warm-up DJ in front of an audience of tens of thousands of fans. Thanks to his 15 years of international club experience, his musical talent, and his unmistakable sound feeling, Maxé is an artist who knows how to ignite a spark between him and his audience, whether in a club in front of 2,000 people, in a concert hall of 20,000, or at a gala event of 200. As a producer, Maxé has inspired international artists like rap legends Redman and Method Man of the Wu-Tang Clan with his sound.
Together, the rappers and Maxé enjoyed international success with the project “GOH": the song “I Used To Be" held the number one spot on Beatport for 2 months. EA Sports also licensed the song for Madden NFL 16, the best-selling video game in America, bringing it to the ears of millions of people. Maxé has had other notable collaborations with Chris Willis, CeCe Rogers, Max C, The Beatnuts, Ephemerals, Rap legend Afrob, and many more. With his single “I Wonder Why", Maxé received great radio support in Italy. Radio 105 and Radio Deejay presented his single and put it straight into the Hot Rotation. 1LIVE was also very taken with “I Wonder Why" and his last single “It Hurts Me So Much", and played both songs regularly in the show 1LIVE Go!
Releases at Universal Music, Sony Music, Kontor Records, Time Records, Tiger Records, Milk & Sugar Recordings, and Ego Music, as well as worldwide airplay & chart successes.
(DE iTunes #10, IT iTunes #5, Beatport #1) crown his musical CV! Maxé is currently working on his first studio album, on which he not only writes and produces but also provides the vocals for some of the songs himself. Maxé stands for pop music. Sometimes melancholic, sometimes funky, soulful, or influenced by hip-hop. The combination of electronic sounds and real instruments makes the Cologne-adopted artist’s sound absolutely unmistakable.