New Music: Dawn Richard – ‘Norma Jeane’

Dawn Richard

Dawn Richard digs in the vault and unleashes “Norma Jeane.” The previously unreleased song was recorded during her Tell Tale Heart mixtape days and was inspired by Marilyn Monroe, whose birth name was Norma Jeane.

“Here is one of my favorite throwback records from the archive… An unreleased song for you all to enjoy!” tweeted Dawn.

On January 15, the former Dirty Money singer will release her long-awaited debut GoldenHeart featuring the single “’86.” Also look out for her Christmas EP in early December.

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11 Comments

  1. georgia23

    It’s crazy because she kills the commercial records AND she kills the conceptual joints. This girl is a star and I think indie is just going to be her journey. It’s hard for labels to market someone like her who can spread over all mediums but isn’t willing to compromise the art and vision for mainstream audiences.

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    Steve W. Reply:

    @georgia23, I agree with everything you said. Dawn’s a BEAST…just need the right people who’ll back her & continue to let her do her thing…cuz it’s fire/.

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  2. youbmad

    I heard this track yesterday, I like it and she finally decided to put a dL; #Goldenheart
    1-15-2013

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  3. bijan

    This is really good- I could see it being on a movie soundtrack.

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  4. MONEY

    This shit goes innnnnnnnn!

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  5. Bobby

    This dope!

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  6. Pauly

    Go in Dawn!!!

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  7. bibi93

    good song

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  8. Ayesha

    cute.

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  9. Tbozfan10

    Love dawn and also love nicki but its like “does every female have to make a Marilyn Monroe dedication joint? Really?” Brianna perry and nicki minaj have songs called “Marilyn Monroe” and Lindsay Lohan, Britney Spears even Miley Cyrus try to dress for magazines as Marilyn Monroe after Madonna did as well. She’s beautiful and all but she didn’t give birth to female humanity did she?

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    KillaX Reply:

    @Tbozfan10, She was the poster woman for Hollywood GLAM. That image still holds up today, obviously.

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