Ceemax is a musician who was raised in Knowsley, Liverpool and has been writing lyrics all his life which led him to be recently recognised by BBC introducing. He enjoys performing and has done so at many events all around England. One of the biggest venues he's performed at was the Liverpool O2 Academy, in front of a capacity crowd. He's supported amazing artists during his live shows 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.


Upcoming gigs include KCC Live radio event


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