‘I Belong In Hell’ – Anti Bullying Anthem From Jodie H Dunn

Singer-songwriter Jodie H Dunn transforms her emotional ballad ‘I Belong In Hell’ into a pop anthem with the help of Andy Whitmore at Greystoke studio.

After being signed to an unknown label which gave her major issues, Jodie found herself disheartened from songwriting. Four years down the line however, she had her first track produced, giving her a motivational boost.

Jodie was involved in music from a young age, teaching herself keyboard at the age of nine. During her early teens she was subjected to a lot of bullying, which forced her to change schools in the middle of her exams. The bullying however then continued on social media, meaning Jodie had no real escape. After studying at the Academy of Music and Sound, music was her diary where she expressed her emotions through her lyrics. Her songs have progressively become more meaningful, leading to ‘I Belong In Hell’, based on the idea of someone controlling you at your lowest point.

‘I Belong In Hell’ was written and performed by Jodie H Dunn and produced by Andy Whitmore, who has worked with major names such as Elton John, Peter Andre, and Dannii Minogue.

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