Dawn Richard is everything but a Stepford Wife in the video for “Automatic,” a single written and produced by Andrew “Druski” Scott and Carla Carter that appears on Dawn’s Armor On EP.
“Automatic” tells the tale of a lover realizing her self-worth and breaking away from her controlling partner. In the video, she symbolizes her independence by transforming from a golden robot to a black symbiotic entity, which is her true self. Read More
Dawn Richard continues pushing boundaries with her genre-bending music and captivating videos. Her latest visual offering is “Automatic,” the follow-up to the explosive “Bombs,” both lifted from her solo EP, Armor On. Read More
Dawn Richard plans on maintaining the explosive momentum set by the “Bombs” video with an impressive visual treatment for “Automatic,” an aggressive track from her Armor On EP. The “SMFU” singer is completely covered in black and gold in certain scenes and appears as a “picture f*cking perfect stepford wife” in others.
Dawn Richard assembled herself with the proper armor to combat the music industry for Armor On, the first piece of her “Heart” trilogy. Many of the songs’ subjects can be interpreted differently according to the listener, and that’s just how Dawn intended.
The New Orleans native sheds the aggressive protection for a feminine and flirty spread in REGARD magazine. Read More
Dawn Richard stopped by Power 105′s The Breakfast Club to plug her recently released EP, Armor On. The callow interviewers tried to drown the Katrina survivor, but the New Orleans native had other plans.
Watch Dawn’s “Bombs” Video
When improperly approached with questions regarding her exit from Bad Boy, her current relationship with Diddy, Kalenna, Q and the former members of now-disbanded group, Danity Kane, Dawn handled the ignoramuses with dignified poise and grace.
In-between handling gossip and drama, Richard was able to speak on her 10-track offering. Read More
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Dawn Richard, formerly of Danity Kane, is proving that there’s life after major label success with her impressive video for “Bombs,” a fiery song featured on her 10-track EP, Armor On.
The video concept boasts tribal inspiration, displayed by paint markings, forehead braids, feather headpieces and wildly organized choreography. Also, it’s set in a shade-resistant terrain. Watch below! Read More
The sole member of now-defunct girl group Danity Kane has left the building of Bad Boy. Apparently handling the direction of the Diddy-Dirty Money project wasn’t enough to convince the hip-hop mogul to invest in Dawn Richard‘s solo career.
“Puff has been really great with being supportive of me starting a solo career,” she gracefully lies. “He’s agreed to let me go from Bad Boy.”
As we know, exiting from a contract is not a simple process–especially for recording artists signed to Bad Boy. Dawn says her split from Diddy was amicable, and she’s grateful.
She describes her venture as aggressive, raw and militant. Listen to her new track, “Change,” and download her mixtape, A Tell Tale Heart. Read More
New Orleans songstress and Bad Boy’s own, Dawn Richard, vies for a better love on “Change“–the first release from her newly-announced EP, Armor On. “If he was the religion, I’d be the faith,” she croons on the drum-heavy cut. Richard says she’s waging a war on the EP, which will mirror and serve as the prequel to her debut solo album, GoldenHeart. Read More