Once again the southern soul
scene seems to be leading the way in the R&B arena with it's
crop of artiists shining the light ever so brightly. From India
Arie to Ledisi
to Donnie, hot Atlanta is
serving notice that the south is a contender to be reckon with.
With that kind of leverage
going for itself, Atlanta's latest gem is a young lady with a
movie title name and model type looks. Her name is Honey
Brown and her music really speaks for itself. The self
proclaimed singer/songwriter has spent most of her time in the
studio honing her craft as a producer as well as a vocalist on
her debut self-titled set.
Several of today's acclaimed
producers who's worked with some of today's top artists including
Destiny's Child, Faith
Evans, Usher, SWV
and more are on board and the end result is an array of tracks
that are both solid and impressive.
did the love go is really excellent track. Production
is on point with the direction steering into the 70s groove mode.
The tune is highlighted by Honey's sensual vocals that really
sounds seasoned for a newcomer. Already an impressive performer,
Honey made her mark on stage as a featured artist on the 2003
ASCAP/Smirnoff Urban Education Tour and the BET/Pantene
Pro-v Total You Tour. She also was recently featured
in the new artist spotlight on the Bobby
Jones gospel countdown.
Honey Brown's debut album
is sure to appeal to the massive of all ages, "Music is supposed
to heal, inspire, set the mood as well make you bob yo' head and
move yo' feet," she points out. "my debut album will
definitely consist of songs that everyone could relate to and
appreciate no matter who you are or where your from." and
with that kind of thought process only good things are ahead for
this talented songstress.
The self-titled album is
available now and you can buy from her website
among other web outlets. A young and talented singer who's future
is sure to be filled with nothing short of success - A TYD
Listen to Honey
Brown - 'Where
did the love go'