Maxyme was born in Bromont, Quebec. The young singer-songwriter started humming before she could even speak. Her mother played her songs
on the guitar when she was still in her womb. Maxyme has always sung, morning to night from as far back as she can remember! In 2009, she
began taking professional singing lessons and continues to this day. She began performing on-stage in 2010 at the young age of 8.
From 2010 to 2015, she participated in many competitions and on-stage productions and musicals such as Festival de la chanson de St-Ambroise,
Talents en Nord Mondial Loto-Québec in Laval, Gala Révélations, Jeune Relève Bromontoise, Super Spectacle Opération Enfant Soleil, Glee Style,
Festival des Laurentides and the Petit Festival de Granby and at the Fête Nationale du Québec in Granby in front of over 12,000 people. Her big
break came in 2016 when Maxyme participated in La Voix Junior (The Voice Junior) and was chosen to be part of Quebec Superstar Marie-Mai’s
team. Her performances during the program allowed her to get noticed and to demonstrate all the vocal ability and flexibility that she possesses.
She then became involved with the Elite troupe of singers from Red Carpet Studios, as well as the Pop Zone Troupe from Musikarts Academy. She
also became a vocal teacher at both places.
In 2018, she released “Changer tout ça”, which is a song to support victims of bullying. Maxyme performed the single at IGA Stadium in Montreal
during a benefit show on August 18, 2018, in front of thousands of people. The song climbed to the 65th position in the TOP 100 of the corresponding
radio stations in Quebec.
In 2020, she participated in the TV show The Voice France. She was selected to be part of Lara Fabian’s team and obtained more than 3.4 million
views with her blind audition performance of “7 Rings” by Ariana Grande. In August 2020, a new single titled “Checkmate” was serviced to radio
and Maxyme was selected as iHeart Radio’s Future Star on Rouge FM. Her last three singles “Checkmate”, “Plus folle que toi (Psycho)” and “Tu l’as
promis (Toxic Boy)” quickly charted in the TOP 100 BDS in Quebec. Just recently in April 2022, she launched the song “Partout tu me suis“ on French
radio stations and an English version called “Obsessed”. After three weeks of airplay, she has climbed the TOP 100 BDS and the TOP 25 of the most
played songs in the Adult Pop category in Quebec. The English version “Obsessed” was also the first single to be added on Virgin Radio Montreal and
the most played song on her Spotify account. “Partout tu me suis“ has also benefited from good visibility on channel Influence Franco, Sirius XM. On
Spotify, she has over 100K streams of all her tracks combined.
Through all this, earlier this year, Maxyme had the chance to showcase at Canadian Music Week 2022, open for Charlotte Cardin, Coeur de Pirate,
sing the national anthem at the Trois-Rivières Grand Prix and perform at several festivals throughout Quebec. Currently Maxyme is writing the
material for her first album. She is working with various collaborators and songwriting partners here and abroad. Her new project will be titled
“Antisocial Club” and is set for release later in 2023.