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South London born and raised, singer and songwriter D'vyne Comfort is a multi-faceted artist, whose work breaks the mold of any one genre or style. Her R&B-soul sound blends with elements of pop and Reggae. Growing up in the church, the gospel influence shines through in her rich vocal stylings.


As a solo act she has performed at the Ministry of Sound and Fairfield halls (London) as a supporting act for artists such as Donaeo, Chipmunk et al.  


Previously a member of original reggae band, Dojo, performing at London Intl. Ska Festival @Jazz Café, Victorious festival, Secret Garden Party, Green Man and the 02 (Leeds), supporting reggae acts such as Groundation and The Wailers, to name but a few.  

From the early days of helping her mom remix hits for Sunday school plays and family parties, singer and songwriter D’vyne Comfort has had a passion for music. Throughout her childhood she could be found scribbling down raps, poems and songs, learning the ins and outs of harmony and melody. Songwriting became an extension of her diary, somewhere she could collect her thoughts and work through emotions. Eventually, she attended local youth clubs to utilize their recording studios. There she honed her performance skills and cultivated her unique style. As said in her own words, "music isn’t just a hobby, it’s a part of who I am. Its innate."  With her creative spirit and dedication to craft, D’vyne’s light is set to shine. 

Emily Peasgood (2018) 

Interview with D'vyne Comfort

Interview with D'vyne Comfort

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