Fefe Dobson premieres video for “Ghost”
HollywoodNews.com: Canadian pop rock songstress Fefe Dobson is back with the premiere of her video for the dancefloor-ready synth-pop single “Ghost,” off her long-awaited sophomore album Joy due out later this year on Island Def Jam.
Fefe first burst onto the music scene in 2003 with her successful self-titled debut album, which included the hit singles “Take Me Away,” “Everything,” and the edgy synth smash “Don’t Go (Girls and Boys).” Since then, she’s lent her songwriting skills to artists like Miley Cyrus, Jordin Sparks and Selena Gomez, who all recorded Fefe’s unreleased tracks on their own albums. Her comeback was cemented last year with “I Want You” and “Watch Me Move,” a double dose of pop rock hits used in countless movies and TV shows.
Now 25, Fefe ready to give fans the new album they’ve been demanding for 7 years, with the release of Joy this year. In addition to her musical prowess, Fefe’s been recognized by the Style Network for her unique and sassy fashion sense, with the network and its website, mystyle.com, featuring Fefe all summer for their “sound of Style” promotion.
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