Dawn Sherrese Robinson is an American singer–songwriter, model, and actress. She is best known as a founding member of the R&BPop group En Vogue. In 2013, she joined the cast of R &B Divas: Los Angeles for the first season.
About Dawn Robinson in brief
Dawn Sherrese Robinson is an American singer–songwriter, model, and actress. She is best known as a founding member of the R&BPop group En Vogue. Robinson has sold a combined total of over 11 million records as a solo artist as well as with EnVogue and Lucy Pearl. She has received several awards and nominations, including two American Music Awards, a Billboard Music Award, seven MTV Video Music Awards,. four Soul Train Music Awards and eight Grammy nominations. In 2013, she joined the cast of R &B Divas: Los Angeles for the first season of the series. She currently lives in Los Angeles with her husband and two children. She also has a daughter, a son, and a daughter with rapper Lil’ Kim, who she met on the set of The Hills, a reality TV series on which she appeared as a guest star in the first episode of season two. She recently released her first solo album Dawn, which produced the single \”Envious\”. In 2005, Robinson rejoined En Vogues for a tour, but departed from the group before they could record another album. In 2009, Robinson briefly returned to En VOGues again for their 20th Anniversary Tour.
In 2010, she left En Voga once again due to poor management and compensation of work. In 2012, Robinson joined Lucy Pearl and released their self-titled debut album Lucy Pearl, which went platinum worldwide and produced the successful singles \”Dance Tonight\” and \”Don’t Mess with My Man\”. She also appeared in and recorded the jazz classic \”Drop Me Off in Harlem\” for the movie Life. In 1999, Robinson appeared in the movie Dr. Dolittle. In October 2000, Robinson released the second single, which became the group’s most successful single in the UK, peaking at number 14 in the United States, where it also garnered success as their most successful in France. In the U.S., the song was just as successful as the first single and peaked at number five on the Billboard Hot 100 chart as well at number thirty-five on the Hot 100. In 2003, Robinson recorded the song Rock Steady for the film Dr. Dolittle, which was released as a single and appeared on the soundtrack to the motion picture Set It Off. In 2008, she released her second solo album, Dawn.