Dawn Richard Releases ‘LA’ Video + Announces Summer Tour

DAWN RICHARD - THE REDEMPTION TOUR

Video: ‘LA’ by Dawn Richard + Redemption Tour

Singer Dawn Richard is heading back out on the road. Via Facebook, the former Danity Kane and Diddy Dirty Money singer announced plans to kick off a short summer tour in support of her 2016 Redemption album. The seven-city excursion kicks off July 13th in Detroit and wraps up July 22nd in Brooklyn. Other stops include Toronto, Boston, Portland, Philadelphia and the Pitchfork Festival in Chicago.
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Dawn Richard Plans ‘Infrared’ Re-Release

Dawn Richard Infrared Remix

Dawn Richard Readies ‘Infrared’ Remix EP

Before releasing her Redemption album last year, singer Dawn Richard whetted the appetite of hungry fans by releasing the Infrared EP, an eclectic mix of singles she penned with producer Kingdom. A year later Dawn says she’s ready to re-release the project and is hoping to get fans on board by offering remixes to ten previously released singles.
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Dawn Richard Releases ‘Wake Up’ Video

DAWN RICHARD - WAKE UP VIDEO

Watch: ‘Wake Up’ Video by Dawn Richard

Former Danity Kane and Diddy Dirty Money singer Dawn Richard is back with new music and a new visual. Earlier today the eclectic pop star surprised her Facebook followers with the video for Wake Up, a transformative new single produced by longtime collaborator Ryan Mitchell.
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New Music: Dance by Dawn Richard

DANCE BY DAWN RICHARD
Another day, another single from former Danity Kane member Dawn Richard.

With a new album, The Red Era, set to be released shortly, Dawn has unveiled Dance, an uptempo, slightly psychedelic sounding tune written by hitmaker Ester Dean and produced by Noisecastle III and R’ Cellious.
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Video: Titans x James Dean by Dawn Richard

Singer Dawn (she dropped her last name recently) is back with the visual for her single Titans x James Dean, the seventh to be released from her Blackheart album.

The video is actually a mash-up of Titans, an interlude on the Blackheart album, and James Dean, a fully-realized track from the album.

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