Honey Dijon: Let's Work

Honey Dijon SKU: 42994732
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Honey Dijon: Let's Work

Honey Dijon SKU: 42994732

Format: 12-INCH SINGLE

Regular price $22.17

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Title: Let's Work
Artist: Honey Dijon
Label: Classic
Product Type: 12-INCH SINGLE
UPC: 826194587079
Genre: Dance

Honey Dijon commits four cuts from her forthcoming 'Black Girl Magic' album to wax for a very special 12' release, previewing a number of the darker, Chicago-influenced tracks ready for club play. Featuring the acclaimed single 'Work' as the opener, an ode to Honey's love of jazz that slams on the dancefloor with Dave Giles II, Cor. Ece & Mike Dunn on vocal duties, the release has already been supported by tastemakers of the highest order. Three previously unheard cuts follow, with Honey's magical collaboration with Compton royalty Channel Tres 'Show Me Love' joining the A-Side. On the flip, 'C's Up' comes as a dedication to her hometown, co-produced with Berlin-based Jimmy Edgar and featuring fellow Windy City native Mike Dunn, merging Edgar's signature 'hybridization' of genres with trademark Chicago soundscapes. Closing out the package with the intergalactic club heat of 'Don't Be Afraid', where hypnotic bleeps and a relentless bass are brought together with the commanding vocal of rising star LATASHA and Wojciech from Catz 'n Dogz on co-production duties. Demonstrating Honey's magnetism for the most forward-thinking and relevant artists and creatives, 'Let's Work' showcases her diverse, boundary-pushing sound at it's very best.


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