As a songwriter and recording artist, this pop punk and rock singer have the perfect balance of ooze and “badass” in her to make you love and hate her at the same time.
On February 28, 1985, in a small suburb of Toronto, Scarborough, Ontario, Dobson was born to a Jamaican father and a mother of diverse heritage which includes English, Aboriginal and French. At an early age, Dobson identified music as her passion and sent her recorded demos to North American record companies by the age of 11. She said of encountering racism where she was mistaken for an R&B or pop singer instead of her rock music, due to her Jamaican ancestry.
After reaching 13, she started writing her own songs but refused an offer from Jive Records. Jive Records wanted to polish her skills and turn her into R&B or pop singer but her dedication towards Rock n’ Roll made her reject the lucrative offers. Her debut album which was self titled won her two Juno award nominations but had an issue with Island Records which delayed her album Sunday Love by a few years.
Her album Joy, which she recorded with her manager’s recording company, 21 Music became a big hit and gave Dobson further fame. Island Records released her debut album in 2003 and 3,07,000 copies were sold throughout the United States as stated by Billboard. Quite impressive figure! It is also reported that her debut album was also sitting in number one position of Billboard Heatseekers Albums Chart.
In her recording studio, she always had hung the pictures of her ideals. Kurt Cobain, Coldplay, Judy Garland, The Vines and Jeff Buckley are her major inspirations and her inspiration of music comes from these legends. She was also lucky enough to get the chance of performing in MTV Video Music Awards in 2009. The badass women have all the qualities to be a remarkable singer.
In 2013, Dobson got engaged to the rapper Yelawolf, but unfortunately, three years later in May, the couple broke up.
Fefe Dobson Net Worth in year 2017 is approximately $3.6 Million US Dollars
In a short career span, Dobson has made it big for herself and sitting on a considerable heap of fortune. Besides having an established music career, Fefe has been a part of many successful films. According to sources, Fefe Dobson has an estimated net worth of around $3.6 million which might pale out compared to other bigshots at the music industry, but an impressive figure none the less.
Following is a list of Dobson’s net worth through the years:
• 2012: $1, 538,461
• 2013: $2,033,898
• 2015: $2,727,273
• 2016: $3,000,000
The following contains a list of her earnings from her various albums like:
• Ghost : $250,000
• Take Me Away: $187,500
• Bye Bye Boyfriend: $171,429
• Joy: $153,846
• Fefe Dobson: $130,435
Fefe Dobson Songs, Albums, TV series and Movies:
Fefe Dobson has had quite a successful, yet underappreciated music career. Her best albums till date might be the self titles 2003 album, Sunday Love and Joy.
But other than that she has had quite a wide presence in both the small and big screen. She has worked in such films as Home Again and Christmas in Compton and got nominated for her role in the former for Best Performance by an actress in a supporting role by the Academy of Canadian Cinema and Television.
She has appeared in the following television shows as well:
• All That (2003)
• American Dreams (2004)
• True Jackson VP (2010)
• Hellcats (2010)
• Wingin’it (2011)
• The Listener (2012)
• Degrassi: The Next Generation (2013)
Fefe Dobson Education:
Dobson initially attended Heritage Park Public School and later graduated from Wexford Collegiate Institute, where she attended and graduated as a high schooler. She had a keen interest in music since early childhood and in order to improve her singing, she took lessons at the New Conservatory of Music in Agincourt, Scarborough to earn more skill sets regarding her craft.
Fefe Dobson Business:
Dobson has been highly underappreciated and the music industry owes her a lot more gratitude. But consumerism found Dobson quite charming for a diverse set of neo-cultural audience and big brands decided to cash in on her by getting their products endorsed by the artist. In 2004, Fefe appeared in a Tommy Hilfiger commercial endorsing their Tommy Jeans. In the village commercial they featured Dobson’s hit song Joy; in 2011, her song“Watch Me Move” was featured in Puma’s brand new Women’s training collection.
Fefe Dobson Charity:
Dobson is known not only for her music but for her charity endorsements as well. She has a strong stand for abused children and recalls herself and her family as strong reasons to advocate against child abuse. She also participated in a fundraiser campaign for Bluenotes, who sold $10 t-shirts for Kids Help Phone.
The t-shirts feature several artists other than Dobson including Simple Plan, Alyssa Reid and Autotune. At a Panty Schmooze movement organised by Heather Ostertag, Dobson and several other artists have performed to raise enough funds and panties for distributing among various groups; Nellie’s Shelter for Women being one of them.
Fefe Dobson Latest News About:
The star is born to a Jamaican father and she is proud of her origin. She had celebrated the Black History month with a great pride. Last year, Fefe and her former husband Yelawolf was there in the Vancouver Show during the Slumadian Tour last Spring. But things took a bad turn after the tour and the lovely couple called off their marriage.
Fefe Dobson was also spotted attending a non-profit organisation event along with some A- list artists and personalities. Paul Haggis is the founder of Artists for Peace and Justice that helps the poor youth of Haiti and Fefe being an active person who shows keen interest in doing noble works for the needy mass was also invited.
Lately, things may not have worked well for Fefe but still, her strong spirit keeps us inspiring.