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Introducing Dionne Bromfield - Amy Winehouse II

Updated on August 2, 2013
Dionne Bromfield
Dionne Bromfield

At the point of writing this article, Amy Winehouse has been dead less than a month. But her music will live on forever. Through watching youtube videos of Amy singing, the whole world by now must be aware of her God-daughter, Dionne Bromfield.

Just 15 at this point in time, young Dionne shows an incredible talent. Her timing is perfect as is her pitch, and she brings a style of her own to the music she sings.

With time, I see this young lady developing depth to her songs that will simply blow us away.

It is not present at this time, but remember that she is only young - just 15 years old - but I am absolutely certain that in years to come, providing she keeps singing, (and stays off drugs), she will have a voice that will go down in history.

I hope young Dionne herself reads this, and that she takes on board everything I say. She had the best teacher before, but she also has the talent that many young girls can only dream of having.

She first came to public view when she performed live on British TV show Strictly Come Dancing, in 2009, aged just 13. Amy Winehouse performed as backing singer.

Introducing...Dionne Bromfield singing on TV show Strictly Come Dancing with Amy Winehouse as backing singer

It is my honest opinion that while young Dionne is note perfect singing Ain't No Mountain High Enough, she lacks a depth and strength to her voice, but I have no doubt that will come in time.

Meanwhile, there is a whole generation out there who have never heard Diana Ross's original, so it is quite possible Dionne's version will strike a new chord with today's generation.

Ain't No Mountain High Enough - Dionne Bromfield featuring Zalon

Yeah Right

Written for Dionne Bromfield, Yeah Right has a catchy tune designed for today's pop market. I, frankly, felt disappointed with the single, because I felt it did not do justice to Dionna's obvious talent.

Also, if you watch the video, you can see that the market men have got to this little girl and turned her into a woman before her time!

She has the beauty, that was natural, but with makeup she looks a lot older and more mature than she really is, while singing a song that is possibly younger than she is.

Yeah Right - Dionne Bromfield featuring Diggy Simmons

Introducing Dionne Bromfield

Dionne Bromfield was born in London on the 1st of February, 1996.

In September 2009, aged just 13, she became the first artist signed to her godmother Amy Winehouse's record label. Lionness Records.

On the 12th of October, 2009, her first album was released, simply called Introducing Dionne Bromfield, and her first single, Mama Said, was taken from that album. Ain't No Mountain High Enough was also released as a single form this album.

The whole album, Introducing Dionne Bromfield contained nothing but cover songs.

A video of firstly Amy Winehouse and then Dionne Bromfield singing "Love is a Losing Game"

Dionne Bromfield's second album, Good for the Soul

Her second album Good for the Soul was released on the 4th of July, 2011 and features her single, Yeah Right, that was released earlier on the 28th of January, 2011.

Unlike her first album, Introducing Dionne Bromfield, Good for the Soul contains entirely original songs, many written by Dionne Bromfield herself.

She is quite the talented young lady, musically, being not only a fantastic singer, but an accomplished songwriter.

Her second single form this album was released on June 17th, 2011. Foolin' also features rapper Lil Twist.

Spinnin for 2012 - Dionne Bromfield and Tinchy Stryder

Dionne Bromfield paired up with British rapper Tinchy Stryder to rewrite Speech Debelle's hit single Spinnin for 2012.

Spinnin for 2012 was released on 25th of July 2011, and has been confirmed as the first official song of the 2012 London Olympics.

Dionne Bromfield set for stardom

If you haven't heard of this fabulous girl singer before, look out for her now.

This girl is set for super-stardom one day.

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