Gaining worldwide acclaim with her hit ‘(No, No, No) You Don't Love Me’ in 1994, Dawn Penn topped the music charts in the US and Europe, in addition to her native Jamaica. Few knew that the track was already almost two decades old.
Dawn Penn has been working with many of the best known Jamaican producers and singers since the late sixties. She scored national hits with Johnny Nash and recorded several singles for the labels Prince Buster, Jackpot and others that consolidated her fame in the music scene of Jamaica. In this time she began working with Clement ‘Sir Coxsone’ Dott' s Studio One and recorded - among other tunes - her jamaican super hit ‘(No, No, No) You Don't Love Me’.
In 1994 she re-recorded her biggest hit for Steelie & Clarke / Heartbeat Rec. and released her No No No Album on Big Beat / Atlantic. It included a wealth of new material along with remastered classics like ‘A Love I Can Feel’ and ‘The First Cut Is The Deepest.’ Recently Hip-Hop and R'n'B stars Eve and Rihanna have recorded their own versions of the famous track.
“You Don’t Love Me (No, No, No)”
Performed by Dawn Penn
Courtesy of Atlantic Recording Corp.
By arrangement with Warner Music Group Video Game Licensing
Written by Dawn Pickering
Published by Gunsmoke Publishing, administered by Universal Music Publishing
(P) 2008 Atlantic Recording Corp.
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