DIONNE BROMFIELD, singer-songwriter, made her entrance into the music industry in 2009 at just 13 years old with her first ever debut performance of hit single ‘Mama Said’ on BBC One’s hugely popular show ‘Strictly Come Dancing’.
Dionne quickly became a well recognised soul female artist.
She was first signed to Lioness at Island Records, a label hosted by recording giant Universal, created by her biggest fan and godmother, Amy Winehouse.
Dionne went on to release her first album ‘Introducing Dionne Bromfield’. Which was soon followed by her second album, ‘Good for the Soul’, acclaiming a MOBO nomination for Best R&B Soul Act, beaten narrowly by Adele.
Touring followed, with international support slots for the likes of Bruno Mars and The Wanted.
Although music remained at the forefront, the opportunity arose for Dionne to try something new, acting as a presenter on the BAFTA winning TV show, Friday Download on CBBC. After four years as a presenter on the show, ‘Friday Download: Up All Night’ was produced, a movie to mark the end of the series, with which Dionne starred in.
Since, Dionne has continued to spend time in the studio working on her release.