DOE Essentials

DOE Essentials

Dominique Jones’ brand of R&B-informed gospel mixes accessible devotional messaging with sophisticated production and a vocal power indicative of a lifetime spent steeped in church music. Raised in Washington and later Louisiana, Jones began singing in Forever JONES with her parents and four siblings in her mid-teens. She struck out on her own as DOE in the wake of the group’s major-label success, breaking through with a scene-stealing feature on Jonathan McReynolds’ cathartic acoustic ballad “Cycles” in 2018. DOE has since showcased formidable stylistic range, pop prowess as a songwriter and a willingness to collaborate across genres. Her 2020 EP, DOE, and 2022 debut LP, Clarity, mix soulful slow jams (“When I Pray”) with bouncier, hip-hop-informed efforts like “Brighter”, her first solo smash. Jones’ collaborators include the CCM group Housefires, whose folk-rock anthems bring out a country-informed side of her musical personality.

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