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By Radar Staff
Posted October 4, 2016 @ 13:04PM
Award winning Billboard recording artist Fawn photographed with tv personality Sham Ibrahim on the set of her new music video "Monster House", which made it's you tube debut yesterday-right in time for Halloween! Check out the video at:
DIVERSITY NEWS MAGAZINE
On Thursday, September 29, 2016 at 4pm PST/7pm EST Billboard chart topping recording artist and singer-songwriter Fawn® will debut her first Halloween cartoon animated music video. The anti-bullying music video 'Frank Enstein" will makes it's entry into the world at www.youtube.com/FawnTV.
"Frank Enstein" is one of five Halloween songs from the singer's first Halloween EP “Monster House” which was officially released by Stonedef Records, Inc. on Friday, September 23, 2016.
Fawn said, "This was a super fun music video to create. It was a blessing working with such a talented team of artists who brought the characters I envisioned and the story I wrote to life. California based artist Toni Tales drew me for the video, and she did a great job." Fawn laughed, "I know it wasn't easy drawing all my braids!" She continued, "When I wrote this song, I didn't realize at the time that this was really a story about being bullied and not fitting in--it was actually how I felt my entire childhood and teen years, until I went to Berklee College Of Music." Fawn revealed, "When I got there, I found my home and my family. I finally fit in."
Fawn explained, "I've always gravitated towards the 'mis-fits' of the world because I've always felt like one. In Charlie Brown, I felt sorry for him and Pig-Pen. In Winnie The Pooh, I identified with Eeyore. On Sesame Street, it was Grover I loved. And can you guess what Christmas show I loved the most? Rudolph The Red Nosed Reindeer. I wanted to rescue all the mis-fit toys off the island, take them home and love them." Fawn continued, "Seems as though, no matter what children's shows I watched, the characters that drew me in that were the one's that were down and out. This is a song about accepting and loving some one just the way they are, seeing the light inside of them and not caring what any one else thinks." Fawn recounted, "The movie and character Frankenstein always broke my heart--the way the villagers treated him and mis-understood him. He just wanted to be loved. Isn't that all that any one wants? I can identify with him on a very deep level and I hope that this song and video motivates people to accept and celebrate our differences instead of judging or making fun of them."
To hear Fawn's Halloween EP and other songs, go to
IMDB: Fawn (II)
Diversity News Magazine
Billboard hit recording artist and singer-songwriter Fawn released her first Halloween EP “Monster House” on Friday, September 23, 2016. Pre-orders began September 10, 2016.
On Monday, September 26, 2016, Stonedef Records, Inc., announced that hit recording artist and singer-songwriter Fawn(also known as “Songirl’) released her first Halloween EP, ‘Monster House.
In 2010 Fawn hit the top of the Billboard Dance charts alongside Lady Gaga and Maria Carey, with Fawn’s song ‘Wish U Love,’ Produced by Chad Jack and Tim Letteer. Since the massive success of ‘Wish U Love,’ Fawn has won the 2013 EOTM award for “Best Female Recording Artist” and had two 2016 top 20 hit songs she wrote and performed, “Where Has Your Love Gone” and “Solitude,” both produced by Digital Sixable. She has also been featured on multiple Film and TV shows such as The Natalee Holloway Story, Nickelodeon’s Hollywood Heights and the CBS soap opera, The Young and The Restless, to name a few, and is currently found on around forty-five compilation albums.
Fawn said, The working relationship I have with the 3 music producers on this project is effortless. They are all wonderful. stellar talents and are all artists in their own right.” Fawn continued, “3 of the tracks on this EP are produced by Malcolm Smith who worked on music for the new Disney movie, Moana. He is so talented and absolutely brilliant. I’ve worked with him for the past ten years doing commercials and a variety of songs for TV.” Fawn continued, “I have such a great time working with him, he always knows exactly what to add to a track to make the message come across more powerful and his instincts are always spot on.” Fawn said, “You will also hear a track produced by another incredible talent and favorite or mine, Chad Jack.” Fawn continued, “Chad and I have been working together now for seven years and he is meticulous at what he does. It’s always a joy doing projects with him.” Fawn said, “Another accomplished music producer I’ve been working with for around eight years is Nick Wax, who produced the track “Spooky,” which I co wrote with singer/songwriter Vincent Covello.”
When asked why a Halloween album, Fawn stated, “I wrote and recorded a Christmas and Chanukah album in 2014, and since Halloween is another one of my favorite holiday’s, I decided to do an album of Halloween songs!” Fawn continued, “These songs are in the vein of the classics such as “Monster Mash”, “Purple People Eater” and “Thriller.” Fawn concluded, “There just need to be more spooky, fun songs out there for Halloween, so I decided to write some!” Iconic actress Kate Linder said, “Monster House sounds like Disney Halloween songs – so well done and memorable.” When asked what made her get involved with Monster House, Linder explained, “Let me tell you something, when Fawn asks you to do something, the only answer you want to give is Yes.” When ground breaking comedian Judy Tenuta was asked what brought her to Monster House, she said in her beloved comedic style, “Fawn told me to do it!”
With Fawn’s Halloween EP there will be three Halloween music videos, which will be released with in the next few days. October 1, 2016 you can get a behind the scenes look on the making of her music video, “Monster House” at Diversity News TV. Special celebrity cameos by Judy Tenuta, Kate Linder, Grae Drake, Brooke Lewis and Johnny Venokur. Other artists in the music video include Sham Ibrahim, Cher Rue, Christine Jace, Mr Outrageous, TheTru Story, Leo Palisano and John Palisano with several different scary looks adorned by Fawn.
To hear Fawn’s Halloween EP and other songs, go to: https://itunes.apple.com/us/album/monster-house-ep/id1148253107