Dotty has a big self-proclaimed goal: to bring Black music culture from around the world to life. And she's remarkably suited for the task: She grew up in London as a second-generation immigrant. “All of my grandparents came to the UK from the Caribbean during the Windrush generation," she explains. From a young age, she was surrounded by music - Soul from the US, Dancehall from Jamaica and much more. "I love all branches of the Black music tree, from reggae to R&B" she says.

On her daily show, she interviews artists with the biggest tracks across Apple Music, bringing the sounds of the diaspora to you on a daily and weekly basis, and spinning the best of what’s new in UK Black Music; Afrobeats, Amapiano, French Rap, Hip Hop, 
Dancehall and everything in-between. Her passion for music remains unmatched and she thrives on the in-studio connection with artists. Last year alone, Dotty’s conversations with NSG, Nines, Tiwa Savage and Chlöe Bailey garnered headlines in the UK media and were shared on socials worldwide.  

With a passion for championing new artists, Dotty continues to discover and celebrate the most exciting new talent from around the world. Running a ’New Find’ artist discovery feature, Dotty highlights a different undiscovered or under the radar artist each week, supporting them with consistent radio plays and editorial Apple Music support. Working closely with Apple Music’s African colleagues to unearth the best new music from the continent means the biggest stars have dropped in on The Dotty Show whenever they’re in town. These include South Africa’s break-out star Tyla, Nigeria’s Bnxn, Tiwa Savage, Ruger, Odumodublvck, Blaqbonez, and Tayc from France.

Dotty has also made it her mission to be at the forefront of big music moments, from celebrating Burna Boy at the London Stadium for Apple Music Live, to launching her very own in-studio Sound Clash featuring the biggest brands in Black music & culture, as part of Black History Month. 

Live and direct from her hometown London, Dotty strives to connect Black music culture to her listeners around the world. "It's wall-to-wall Black music from all across the globe," she says. "A guided tour of the very best.”

Dotty’s broadcasting career started at BBC Radio 1Xtra, fronting the ARIA award-winning Breakfast Show, interviewing Hollywood heavyweights such as Will Smith and musical legends including Janet Jackson. She’s also the best selling author of ‘Outraged’ - A candid exploration of the state of outrage in our culture.