Dovey Magnum known for the single ‘Bawl Out’ on the ‘Rum N Boom Riddim’ says she is not just a ‘raunchy’ artiste. The artiste who is known for explicit sexual content released the single ‘Prayer Mi Use and Win’ after a severe car accident in November 2017 in Atlanta. The dancehall artiste is now promoting the single on her ‘Bawl Out Tour’ in the United States.
Recently, Dovey shared through social media an online competition asking fans to send in their best impression of her performing the new single as well as a caption stating how the song has affected them using a life experience. The winner of the competition will win a fully paid trip from anywhere in the world to attend one of Dovey’s tour dates. Dovey Magnum said “Because my song Bawl Out is a hit people have started to only associate me with that type of music but I am a very versatile artiste. This new single Prayer Mi Use and Win shows that I should not be boxed in, I sing about my life experiences too. I nearly died and from this came something beautiful”.
Dovey Magnum who grew up in Spanish Town, St. Catherine migrated to the United States as a teenager. She has since been pursuing music and carving out her success story. She has also released ‘One Life to Live’ which she wrote when she was at a ‘low’ point in her life. She added, “Everyone has trials and tribulations but it is really how we deal with them. My music is therapy for me and I want my fans to be able to relate”.
The ‘Bawl Out’ artiste has embarked on her promotional campaign for both new singles and is excited about sharing a more vulnerable side to her fans. For more information on her competition and new music, she can be followed on Twitter and Instagram @doveymagnum, and on www.Facebook.com/officialdoveymagnum.