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Dinah Jane Is Starting to Perform Some New Material

Dinah Jane AuraDinah Jane is starting to test a couple new tracks as part of her stage performances as she circuits the country doing smaller shows. Over the weekend, she played an event at Aura in Tempe, Arizona sponsored by local station 101.5 FM with Marc E. Bassy, John Hart and Bonfyre.

At the event, she performed her current single “Bottled Up” with collaborator Marc E. Bassy. However, she also showed a couple of newer songs Continue Reading →


Dinah Jane Gives Her First Live Late Night Solo Performance of “Bottled Up”

Dinah Jane Tonight ShowDinah Jane brought her stage show to The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon last night. She also brought collaborators Ty Dolla $ign and Marc E. Bassy to perform her new single “Bottled Up” live before a live studio audience at The Tonight Show‘s famed Studio 6-B at 30 Rock Plaza.

On a smaller note – some Dinah Jane fans noticed how she cozied up to Continue Reading →

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Watch the Video for Dinah Jane’s Just-Released Single “Bottled Up”

Dinah Jane Bottled Up 2This year, summer officially ends on Sunday, September 23rd. But that didn’t stop Dinah Jane from offering up one last end-of-summer bop with two days to go.

Today, the one-time Fifth Harmony member released her solo single, “Bottled Up” featuring collaborators Ty Dolla $ign and Marc E. Bassy. Dinah described her intent with the single was to just offer up a groove that was “chill” and “fun” with a “catchy hook.”

You can check out Dinah Jane’s video below and see what you think.   Continue Reading →

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Dinah Jane Shares BTS Video With Her Fans on Social Media

Dinah Jane Promotional VideoDinah Jane shared a behind-the-scenes video with her fans on social media. Since she’s suggested that the music video for her upcoming solo single, “Bottled Up,” was shot some time ago when her collaborators Ty Dolla $ign and Marc E. Bassy were available, we take it that the footage in the just released clip is not from her music video.

Instead, we’re guessing that Continue Reading →

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