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Armor On by Dawn Richard

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Armor On

Dawn Richard

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Album

Armor On

Dawn Richard

Play on Napster
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Label: Our Dawn Entertainment / Cheartbreaker Music Group
Dawn Richard was first discovered via Diddy's Making the Band 2 reality series, and then recruited for slickly packaged groups like Danity Kane and Diddy-Dirty Money. Few thought she was capable of an indie record like Armor On. What impresses isn't the mixed bag of songs like "Bombs," "Change" and "Scripture," nor the vogue-ish electronic beats, but the album's rawness. Richard really sounds like she's rocking in a basement studio, and she exudes an incredible presence. And when it climaxes in the EDM rager "Faith," you can't help but think she has the makings of solo stardom.

About This Album

Dawn Richard was first discovered via Diddy's Making the Band 2 reality series, and then recruited for slickly packaged groups like Danity Kane and Diddy-Dirty Money. Few thought she was capable of an indie record like Armor On. What impresses isn't the mixed bag of songs like "Bombs," "Change" and "Scripture," nor the vogue-ish electronic beats, but the album's rawness. Richard really sounds like she's rocking in a basement studio, and she exudes an incredible presence. And when it climaxes in the EDM rager "Faith," you can't help but think she has the makings of solo stardom.

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About This Album

Dawn Richard was first discovered via Diddy's Making the Band 2 reality series, and then recruited for slickly packaged groups like Danity Kane and Diddy-Dirty Money. Few thought she was capable of an indie record like Armor On. What impresses isn't the mixed bag of songs like "Bombs," "Change" and "Scripture," nor the vogue-ish electronic beats, but the album's rawness. Richard really sounds like she's rocking in a basement studio, and she exudes an incredible presence. And when it climaxes in the EDM rager "Faith," you can't help but think she has the makings of solo stardom.