Dawn Penn (born 11 January 1952) is a Jamaican reggae singer. She first had a short career during the rocksteady era, between 1967 and 1969, but is most known for her single “You Don’t Love Me (No, No, No)” which became a worldwide hit in 1994.
Penn’s earliest recordings were composed and written by her around 1966 using session musicians. In 1967, she recorded the rocksteady single “You Don’t Love Me”, produced by Coxsone Dodd at Studio One. She also recorded “Why Did You Lie?” at Studio One, “Broke My Heart” for Bunny Lee, “I Let You Go Boy” and covers of “To Sir with Love” and “Here Comes the Sun“. Dawn had also recorded for singer and producer Prince Buster early in her career with songs like “Long Day, Short Night”, “Blue Yes Blue” and “Here’s the Key”. By 1970, Penn had left the music industry and had moved to the Virgin Islands. However, she faced racism there, and in 1987, she returned to Jamaica and to music.