A Jamaican singer who initial produced a name for herself during reggae’s rocksteady period from the 1960s, Dawn Penn gave the reggae globe a pleasant shock when she returned towards the graphs in the first ’90s using a dancehall-influenced remake of her personal song “YOU DO NOT Love Me personally (No, No, No).” The vocalist was created and elevated in Kingston, Jamaica where, in the past due ’60s, she documented the original edition of that tune for Clement “Sir Coxsone” Dodd’s Studio room One label. At that time, Dodd was among reggae’s heavyweights, and Penn’s “YOU DO NOT Appreciate Me (No, No, No)” became a significant strike in Jamaica. Penn produced even more recordings for Studio room One, including “Blue Yes Blue” (that was made by the popular Prince Buster), along with a reggae edition of Lulu’s “To Sir with Like.” However in 1970, she remaining the music business completely and relocated to the Virgin Islands. During her 17-12 months hiatus from music, Penn paid the expenses doing work for accounting companies, banking institutions, and airlines, and it appeared doubtful that she’d ever record once again. However in 1987, Penn came back to Jamaica within the wish of reviving her documenting career. Nothing very much happened on her behalf in the past due ’80s, however in the first ’90s, Steely & Clevie created a dancehall-influenced remake of “YOU DO NOT Like Me (No, No, No)” and helped Penn appreciate her greatest presence since the past due ’60s. In 1994, Big Defeat/Atlantic released No, No, No, Penn’s 1st full-length recording since her return.