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COVER STORY - Toronto‘s Own Fefe Dobson
Do you remember the Torontonian baby-faced crooning rocker who resented commitment through songs like Bye Bye Boyfriend and Don’t Let It Go To Your Head circa 2003? Back then, Miss Fefe Dobson portrayed the girl who’d chew you up, spit you out, and sing about it right after, all the while maintaining her innocent demeanour.
Now the soon-to-be Mrs - who in 2012 got engaged to the love of her life rapper Yelawolf - is embracing tunes of love, and most importantly, building a legacy. Fefe and her beau collaborated on the remix of her song Legacy where she goes on to say that they “enjoy working together and sharing each other’s talents and ideas.” Dobson and Yelawolf do plan to collaborate more in the future. In the music video for the original recording of Legacy, Fefe dresses up as Marilyn Munroe, Kurt Cobain, Amy Winehouse, and Michael Jackson; the artists who have most contributed to her emotional state.
“Every time I engulf myself in their music or their craft I change a little bit more”.
Like these celebrities and many others, Miss Dobson faced uphill battles but refused to let them affect her. Instead of focusing on the negatives she says, “staying positive is important to me because honestly, being negative just takes way too much energy.” One thing that remains evident is that Fefe has never given up on music or herself and focused that positive energy to the 2010 release of “Joy.”
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