Fefe Dobson

Posted Jun 3, 2011
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  1. Fefe Dobson
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    Fefe Dobson

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    Felicia Lily "Fefe" Dobson (born February 28, 1985) is a Canadian singer, songwriter and recording artist. Born in Toronto, Canada, her career began when Jive Records attempted to develop her as a popular musician, which Dobson refused. Dobson then sang for Island/Def Jam where the executives contracted her.


  2. Start All Over
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    Start All Over (2007)

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    "Start All Over" is a pop-rock song performed by American recording artist Miley Cyrus. It was released as the second and final single of Cyrus' debut album Meet Miley Cyrus, the second disc of the dual album Hannah Montana 2: Meet Miley Cyrus. A live version is available on Hannah Montana & Miley Cyrus: Best of Both Worlds Concert and as a karaoke in Cyrus's karaoke series. The song was originally written by Fefe Dobson, who passed the song to Cyrus, as she did not desire to include it on Sunday Love. The up-tempo song has prominent pop rock characteristics and is lyrically about having a second chance in a romantic relationship.


  3. Wavin' Flag
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    Wavin' Flag (2009)

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    "Wavin' Flag" is a song by Somali-Canadian artist K'naan from his album Troubadour. The song was originally written for Somalia and aspirations of its people for freedom. The original single was a hit in Canada and reached #2 on the Canadian Hot 100 as the third official single from the album, after the singles "ABCs" and "Bang Bang", which were minor hits.


  4. Everything
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    Everything (2004)

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    "Everything" was the third single released from Fefe Dobson's self-titled debut album.


  5. Stuttering
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    Stuttering

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    "Stuttering" is a song by Canadian singer–songwriter Fefe Dobson from her second (released) studio album, Joy. It was produced by J. R. Rotem, and co-written by Fefe Dobson, J. R. Rotem, and Claude Kelly. The song was released as a single on September 7, 2010 by 21 Music and The Island Def Jam Motown Music Group and officially impacted mainstream radio on October 12, 2010. The song has achieved success in Canada obtaining the position of #10 in its tenth week on the Canadian Hot 100. The single has received airplay on Radio Disney.


  6. Bye Bye Boyfriend
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    Bye Bye Boyfriend

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    "Bye Bye Boyfriend" is Fefe Dobson's debut single, and also appears on her self-titled debut album. The Canadian single version has "Stupid Little Love Song" as the B-side. "Bye Bye Boyfriend" is itself included as the B-side of her CD single "Take Me Away".


  7. Take Me Away
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    Take Me Away (2003)

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    "Take Me Away" was the second single released in Canada from Fefe Dobson's self-titled debut album and the first to be released internationally.


  8. Ghost
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    Ghost

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    "Ghost" is a song by Canadian singer–songwriter Fefe Dobson from her second (released) studio album, Joy. It was produced by Kevin Rudolf, and co-written by Dobson, Rudolf, Kara DioGuardi and J. Kasher. The song officially impacted mainstream radio on May 11, 2010 and was released as a single on June 21, 2010 by 21 Music and Island Records. The song has achieved success in Canada, in sales and airplay, attaining the peak position of #14 on the Canadian Hot 100. "Ghost" appears on the MuchDance 2011 compilation that was released on November 2, 2010.


  9. Don't Let It Go to Your Head
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    Don't Let It Go to Your Head (2005)

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    "Don't Let It Go to Your Head" was the first single released in anticipation of what was expected to be Fefe Dobson's second album, Sunday Love. The single is available for digital download at online retailers.


  10. Can't Breathe
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    Can't Breathe (2011)

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    "Can't Breathe" is a song by Canadian singer–songwriter Fefe Dobson from her second released studio album, Joy (2010), which features a guitar solo from Orianthi. It was written and produced by Bob Ezrin and Tommy Henriksen, and co-written by Dobson and Thomas "Tawgs" Salter. The song was released in March 2011 as the album's third and final single, and was only released in Canada. Dobson reported on her Twitter in April of that year that the song had been sent to radio. In additional to the formats in which she was already established, it was also her third consecutive single to reach the Canadian AC charts of Mediabase & Nielsen BDS.


  11. Sunday Love
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    Sunday Love (2012)

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    Sunday Love is the third studio album (second recorded) by Canadian singer Fefe Dobson. The album was released digitally on the iTunes Store on December 18, 2012.


  12. Fefe Dobson
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    Fefe Dobson (2003)

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    Fefe Dobson is the debut album of Canadian singer-songwriter Fefe Dobson. It was released on December 9, 2003. The album was co-written by Dobson with producers Jay Levine and James Bryan McCollum. The album consists mainly of pop rock and punk music, and deals mainly with the topics of love and heartbreak. Several songs on the album are done acoustically while the remaining tracks feature prominent guitar and drum beats.


  13. Joy
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    Joy (2010)

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    Joy is the second studio album released by Canadian singer-songwriter Fefe Dobson, and third studio album to be recorded. It was released on November 22, 2010 on Island Records in Canada and November 30, 2010 on 21 Music in the United States after taking almost four years to complete. It candidly follows Dobson's evolution as an artist as well as transition from the indie type of music she originally put together for Joy, to the mainstream pop hits. The album was preceded by the release of the two buzz singles "Watch Me Move" and "I Want You", which were then followed-up by the three top 20 official singles "Ghost", "Stuttering" and "Can't Breathe", all of which have at least one music video.


  14. Don't Go
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    Don't Go (2004)

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    "Don't Go (Girls and Boys)" was Fefe Dobson's fourth and final single from her debut album, released in July 2004. Although it did not appear on the initial release of Fefe Dobson, the song was appended to later pressings. The song is featured in a Tommy Hilfiger commercial that starred Dobson.




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