Gege Vibes Magazine met the jamaican reggae singer Dawn Penn after her show in Brixton Jamm (London). Her carreer was started in the rocksteady era, between 1967 and 1969, but she is well known especially for her single that became a worldwide hit in 1994 “You don’t love me… No no no”.
G.V. : Good Afternoon and Thank you for having me. I wanna start to talk about you mentioning your most famous song “You don’t love me (No no no)” extracted from the album “No no no”. Why do you think that version made you so popular ?
G.V. Indeed . “You don’t love me, No no no” was an international hit that reached a lot of charts : in Jamaica, America and Europe. While what about your prestigious works with the legendary Studio One in Jamaica.
D.P. What I could say ? I was just another artist passing through this big jamaican studio full of talents and history. I knew most of the artists there.
G.V. Tell us something about the best experiences of your carreer in Uk and especially here in London.
G.V. What is your biggest satisfaction in your musical journey.
D.P. My biggest satisfaction is I was celebrating 50 years playing music last year and I’ll continue to feel the vibe.
G.V. Ok, can you give a greeting for our audience, please?
D.P. Buongiorno Gege Vibes audience. Eugenia Conti Blessings.
Article by Eugenia Conti