Felicia Lily Dobson is a Canadian singer and songwriter. Born in Toronto, Ontario, she began performing as a teenager, during which time she received and refused an offer from Jive Records for a recording contract. Dobson signed with Island/Def Jam soon after and released her self-titled debut album, which saw the success of the singles "Bye Bye Boyfriend" and "Don't Go" on the Canadian Hot 100 chart and for which she received two Juno Award nominations. Dobson's second studio album Sunday Love was originally scheduled for release in 2005, but after complications during production, its mainstream release was cancelled and she left her record label due to creative differences. She was re-signed to Island Records during production of her third studio album Joy, whose singles "Ghost" and "Stuttering" saw continued success on the Canadian Hot 100. Dobson's music has been covered by other artists and featured in films, television, and more.
|Birth name:||Felicia Lily Dobson|
|Born:||February 28, 1985, Scarborough, Ontario, Canada|
|Genres:||Pop rock, pop punk, power pop|
|Instruments:||Vocals, guitar, piano, keyboards.|
|Associated acts:||Artists Against Bullying|
|Website:||Fefe Dobson's Official site|
|Twitter:||Fefe Dobson's Twitter profile|
|Youtube:||Fefe Dobson's Youtube channel|
|IMDb:||Fefe Dobson's IMDb|
About Fefe Dobson
Canadian singer who sang "Bye Bye Boyfriend" and has had many of her songs featured on TV and in advertisements. Her eponymous album was nominated for multiple Juno Awards.
She started writing her own music when she was thirteen years old; Jive Records tried to sign her and make her popular, but she retreated.
She was on an episode of American Dreams, playing the role of Tina Turner.
She was raised by her mother and grew up in Ontario, Canada. She began dating rapper Yelawolf and in 2013 they became engaged. The couple split in 2016.
She allowed Selena Gomez to cover one of her songs for her album Kiss & Tell.
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- Pop punk singers
- First Nations actresses
- First Nations musicians
- Canadian female rock singers
- Black Canadian actresses
- Canadian female singer-songwriters
- Def Jam Recordings artists
- Universal Music Group artists
- Canadian female pop singers
- Actresses from Toronto
- Island Records artists
- Mercury Records artists
- 21st-century Canadian actresses
- 21st-century Canadian singers