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Maverick Sabre (born July 12, 1990) is an English/Irish vocalist and rapper, born in Hackney, London in England. Associated with genres such as R&B and Folk, Sabre is known for his eerie vocals and guitar playing. In January 2011, Sabre appeared on Professor Green's single Jungle, which peaked at number 31 on the UK Singles Chart. His debut EP, The Lost Words released on 7 March 2011, with the single "Look What I've Done" preceding the release the week before. Maverick Sabre was born Hackney, London;England. During his childhood Sabre moved to Ireland, where he grew up in New Ross, County Wexford, but later returned to London to pursue a musical career. Sabre's career began in 2008 when he appeared on the album Sense The Terror by Irish rappers Terawrizt and Nu-Centz. Sabre appeared on two tracks: Lucky and Used To Blame. Sabre furthered his career in 2009 when he featured on Jermicide & Danny Digg's album Middle Class, collaborating on three tracks: Afraid, Where We Go and Still With Me. Sabre then returned to working with his earlier cohorts, featuring on Terawrizt's album Written in Stone and Terawrizt & Nu-Centz' album Sense The Terror 2, appearing on tracks such as Life Fly By. On 25 November 2010, Sabre released his debut mixtape, The Travelling Man, in the United Kingdom. The release was a free digital download and featured the track Sometimes along with a promotional video to accompany the song. On 6 January 2011, Sometimes was released as a promotional single without rapper Wretch 32. Sabre guested on drum and bass duo Chase & Status's second studio album No More Idols, on a track entitled Fire In Your Eyes. He also features on Sleepless, a song regularly performed live by Chase & Status, however no studio version has been released to date. Sabre featured on Professor Green’s fourth single Jungle, released on 1 January 2010, which was featured on the album Alive Till I'm Dead. The single debuted at number 34 on the UK Singles Chart, peaking at 31 the following week. On 28 February 2011, Maverick released his debut single Look What I Done, taken from the extended play The Lost Words, released on 7 March 2011. On 19 April 2011, Sabre performed with a live band on BBC2’s Later… with Jools Holland.[8] After his performance of Oasis's Wonderwall on Chris Moyles' BBC Radio 1 Comic Relief show, Maverick's extended play The Lost Words reached number 2 in the iTunes Store Top Ten Songs chart. In 2011, he also appeared on The Script's Science & Faith Tour supporting the Irish band on their sell out tour and performed his future hit 'Let Me Go' which entered the UK Top 40 singles chart at number 16 in August 2011.

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