Honey Dijon‘s first album, The Best Of Both Worlds, will come out via Classic Music Company in October.
The 12-track LP sees the Chicago-born artist partner with a number of artists, from producer Tim K, who she teams up with on six cuts, to vocalists like Sam Sparro, Joi Cardwell and Nomi Ruiz. A new version of “Houze,” last year’s collaboration with Seven Davis Jr., is also on there, as is 2017’s “Personal Slave” featuring Charles McCloud, which came out on Classic in April.
“The album is a personal statement,” says Dijon. “It was about taking these different worlds and combining them to make something new. The Best Of Both Worlds was a pun that I wanted to take, empower and own.”
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