Remember girl-group Brownstone singer Charmayne Maxwell?
Back in the 90s, Charmayne Maxwell was hitting the charts as part of the R&B group, Brownstone.
Sadly, the singer passed away unexpectedly in March 2015 at the age of 46 in her home in Los Angeles.
According to Police reports, Maxwell was found bleeding and unresponsive by her husband music producer Carsten Soulshock at 9 pm.
Maxwell had been home alone with her young son with whom she had attended a soccer game.
It was later ascertained that Maxwell had fallen, and cut her neck on a wine glass in a freakish accident. She was alive when her husband found her, and was transported by paramedics to Cedars Sinai Hospital.
With the severing of a carotid artery, which was Maxwell's case, a person can bleed out in less than a minute.
Medical authorities revealed that Maxwell died in the ambulance on the way to the hospital, and was pronounced dead on arrival.
Doctors explained that while with the severing of some arteries an adult can bleed out in 6 to 8 minutes, with the severing of a carotid artery, which was Maxwell's case, a person can bleed out in less than a minute.
Maxwell was survived by her young son, Nicholas Schack whom she shares with Soulshock, 51, a Danish music producer and songwriter.
Soulshock produced several hit songs for artists such as Tupac, Whitney Houston, Usher, Monica, and Brandy.
The couple met in the 90s when Soulshock was working with Brownstone.
Charmayne Maxwell may be gone, but she is far from forgotten. Her husband Carsten Soulshock marked her birthday on January 11, 2019, with a touching post on Instagram.
Soulshock posted a photo of Maxwell sitting on a couch wearing a white top and dark sunglasses while hugging a dog.
He captioned the photo simply “Happy birthday,” followed by a red heart emoji. Two days later, he reposted a photo shared by fans in which they wished Maxwell a happy birthday, and labeled her as a “great multitalented R&B vocalist.”
Charmayne Maxwell would have been 50 years old.