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4.7 out of 5

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374 Ratings

IT BEGINS!!!

Malcolm @completely_raw

TONIGHT THE HEARTS UNITE AND WE ENTER THE BLACK ERA!!! RAGE ON HEARTS!!! WE LOVE YOU DAWN

Dawn is amazing

J. Lionel

Dawn is the future, her sound is unique .

Heart since the beg.

BLACK ERA... HAS BEGUN!!

Santos.

If U Loved GoldenHeart U Will Def Love BlackHeart!!
The Growth On This Project, Like BOOOOOOOOOOM!!!
By Far One The Most Innovative Albums Of 2015....
A Ting Of Electronica Meets R&B & A Reminiscents Of Bjork, Nelle Hooper (Debut & Post)!!
Dawn Richard Delivers On BLACKHEART!!!
Well Worth The Wait Dawn...... It's U'r Year... Live It Love It... BLACKHEART!!!

About Dawn Richard

Dawn Richard, aka D∆WN, evolved from her membership in Danity Kane to become one of the more progressive forces in artful left-field pop and R&B. Prior to mainstream visibility, the New Orleans, Louisiana native -- the daughter of Chocolate Milk percussionist and vocalist Frank Richard -- recorded as Dawn Angeliqué. The independently released contemporary R&B album Been a While (2005), produced while the singer was attending the University of New Orleans and working as a cheerleader for the NBA's New Orleans Hornets, was released around the time she made her first appearance on Making the Band 3. The third edition of that reality series produced Danity Kane, a group that released two Billboard 200-topping albums, Danity Kane (2006) and Welcome to the Dollhouse (2008), prior to splitting. Then, along with Diddy and Kalenna Harper, Richard became one-third of Diddy-Dirty Money, a short-lived group that debuted in 2009, released an album (2010's Last Train to Paris), and then a mixtape (2011's Love Love vs. Hate Love) prior to ending in 2012.

Richard continued a solo career that developed during and after the split, reunion, and second split of Danity Kane. Her self-released material was progressive and often conceptual, willfully oblivious to genre restrictions as it twisted R&B, pop, and electronic music with emotive and frequently thrilling results. The Prelude to a Telltale Heart (2011), a mixtape, and Armor On (2012), an EP, preceded her second official album, Goldenheart (2013). Part two of her "heart" trilogy, Blackheart (2015), went farther out and topped Billboard's Top Independent Albums chart. Short-form releases for the Fade to Mind and Local Action labels preceded her fourth proper album, Redemption (2016). ~ Andy Kellman

HOMETOWN
New Orleans, LA
BORN
August 5, 1983

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