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]
D∆WN aka Dawn Richard excite fans with a new dance video for "Renegades," a high high-energy, electro-pop song off her latest studio album, Redemption, released in 2016.
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.
D∆WN (aka Dawn Richard) gives new life to her well-received album, Redemption, by releasing a deluxe version featuring two new songs.
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.
If you think you can put Dawn Richard aka D∆WN in a box, then that's your first mistake. On her latest offering 'Vines,' an interlude from her forthcoming album, REDEMPTION, featuring singer/songwriter PJ Morton, D∆WN makes her plea to critics, who look to "stifle" her creativity.
Dawn Richard aka D∆WN lends her vocals to Star Slinger's new single, 'We Could Be More,' the lead offering from his upcoming EP, OWSLA. On the electro-soul track, penned by Star Slinger & R&B singer Tinashe, D∆WN unearthed her intimate side as she sings passionately about finding a real one.
D∆WN, aka Dawn Richard, has announced the release date for 'REDEMPTION,' the final album in her trilogy installment series, which included the previously issued Goldenheart and Blackheart. The highly anticipated set will arrive on November 18 via Local Action/Our Dawn Entertainment.
By pressing the arrow buttons, you're the controller of this journey, which involves you flying through space! Straight ahead, see Dawn's severed hologram head as it sings the song to you, press down and see fire jets underneath the spacecraft...
If you saw the title "Serpentine Fire" an immediately thought "Earth, Wind & Fire cover!" you'd be incorrect. Instead, D∆WN (a.k.a. Dawn Richard) displays an electronic sound on this song with the same title...