It's a new musical dawn for DAWN. With a new red hairdo, comes a new era of music for the artist. Earlier this week, Dawn dropped a song called "Oh Lord," and she's already back with another one called "So Good"...she's cranking them out! "So Good" is a lustful offering which finds Dawn feenin' for some good "D," however, that [Read More]
It's safe to safe DAWN (Richard) has a lot on her mind! On her latest musical release "Oh Lord," which is dubbed an interlude, the eclectic singer/songwriter delves into deep-seated personal topics, as she hopes to move forward with less weight on her mind. "I wanna see my father without cancer, that's all I pray," she sings. "I want a [Read More]
D∆WN returns with a breezy and mesmerizing new song called "Bonfire," and we're here for it! Calling it "summer shit," the eclectic songstress deliver soothing and sublime vocals over the funky production. “You’re like a dream, baby,” she sings. “Your temperature is rising all around me.” Later, she adds: “You light me up, and you know what’s up.” In a new interview [Read More]
D∆WN, also known as Dawn Richard, adds to Adult Swim's Single Program with her latest release "Waves." The uptempo R&B infusion displays the singer's transformative musical behavior. The Single Program aims to provide music fans with free music for 52 weeks. At week 43, D∆WN pays homage to iconic girl group Destiny's Child in sampling their single "If," as she empowers [Read More]
Dawn is back with a new alternative offering called “Break Me," a Leonce-produced track filled with Dawn's signature vibes. Woozy and ambient, the track sees Dawn cooing “do whatever you want” and resounding “break me" on the chorus. Listen below: Dawn is currently prepping her “Redemption Tour" which kicks off July 13th in Detroit.
D∆WN drops another creative visual in the form of "LA," a record that sees her merging her love for her native Louisiana and her home Los Angeles.
LA’s Fade to Mind unveils the new deluxe edition of Infrared, a collaborative project from rising R&B star Dawn Richard and highly respected producer Kingdom.
In January, Dawn released “Not Above That", the first offering from the final installment of her album trilogy RedemptionHeart. It was an up-tempo, EDM-based track full of energy. Now she brings the Deadboy Remix, a slowed-down, dreamy version of the song. It's a part of a rare edition of the vinyl version of the single (above). Dawn always brings the [Read More]
It’s 2016, and Dawn is ready to begin The Red Era. The final installment of her album trilogy RedemptionHeart is on its way, and the eclectic artist releases one of its tracks called “Not Above That.”
Dawn is the queen of innovative R&B, so she takes the sobering ballad to a whole new level on this one.