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During the recording of the album, she focused on touring and live performances, dance, and becoming an NBA cheerleader for the New Orleans Hornets while attending the University of New Orleans.Richard's "big break" came in 2005 when she auditioned for the MTV show Making the Band 3 in Orlando, where she was chosen to compete for a spot in Combs' future girl group.In 2009, Richard joined the duo Dirty Money with fellow singer-songwriter Kalenna Harper, and label boss Sean "Diddy" Combs to form Diddy – Dirty Money.With the group, they released the highly successful album Last Train to Paris, as well as 2 additional mixtapes before their disbandment in 2012.She beat out numerous contestants to secure herself a spot, along with Aubrey O'Day, Aundrea Fimbres, Wanita Woodgett (now known as "D. An avid fan of manga, while Danity Kane was in the studio, Richard drew a female superhero which caught the attention of Combs.When asked what the character's name was, she replied, "Danity Kane"."Dawn and Aubrey have always been friends despite what the cameras portrayed on the series.Unfortunately, with reality TV, the camera doesn't always tell the entire story which may have created the 'divide' amongst Danity Kane fans," explained Dawn's rep to Rumor Fix.
) I'm lost in the verse You say you don't love me then say that you love me Why are you hiding?
The song was released on January 28, 2008, and peaked at #10 on the Billboard Hot 100.
Dawn Angeliqué Richard (born August 5, 1983), is an American singer, songwriter, actress, dancer, model and animator.
Early in her teens, Richard began performing with a local New Orleans group called "Realiti". Smothers at a 2004 live performance at Tipitina's Uptown in New Orleans, Richard was soon signed under the name "Dawn Angelique" to an exclusive recording contract/development deal with Octarve Anderson, Jr. Brother records, along with platinum awarded production team The Nex Men, Rochad Holiday and Curtis "Sauce" Wilson, crafted a studio solo album called Been a While, featuring the single "So What" which was co-produced by Ne-Yo. Brother Records and its New Orleans management company, Scratch Entertainment, headed by Kemic A.
Smothers, Esq., agreed after negotiations with Sean "Diddy" Combs of Bad Boy Records, to postpone release of the album while arranging an immediate release from her exclusive recording contract with Yeah! Although it had no releases and did not chart, the studio album Been a While was still good enough to secure her a spot as the opening act for Anthony Hamilton in Tallahassee, Florida.