Classic Music Company are proud to present 'Black Girl Magic', the highly anticipated sophomore album from the inimitable Honey Dijon. An artist in every sense of the word, across 15 tracks of attitude, energy, heart and community, Honey demonstrates a broad range of disciplines and influences, enlisting A-List collaborators such as Channel Tres, Eve, Pabllo Vittar, Josh Caffe, Mike Dunn and more for an unmissable, boundary-pushing LP.
Redefining what it is to be a DJ in 2022, this year Honey's production capabilities have been enlisted by the upper echelon of musicians. Producing two records for Beyonce's chart-topping album 'Renaissance' and remixing lead single 'Break My Soul', as well as working in the studio with Madonna on new material. Now unapologetically expressing her own sound on 'Black Girl Magic', she unveils the next chapter of her development as a producer and songwriter.
Since the first teaser of the album, the BBC Radio 1 playlisted collaboration with Atlanta singer-songwriter Hadiya George 'Not About You', to the most recent single 'Show Me Some Love' featuring Compton royalty Channel Tres, the 'Black Girl Magic' project has consistently illustrated Honey's dedication to profiling diverse vocal talent. Shining a spotlight on a new generation of queer people and people of colour, Honey's intentions to "keep this culture in the conversation," are demonstrated with the featured artists on the LP.
Behind the scenes Honey has worked closely with Classic Music Company founder and close friend Luke Solomon, as well as regular collaborator Chris Penny, on the production of the album. Her most adventurous and explorative output yet with a diverse range of influences, Honey's Chicago musical upbringing is a driving force behind the album, with her sights set on demonstrating how she first experienced the music of her hometown felt deeply across the record.
Working with British sculptor Jam Sutton, an artist who explores the relationship between technology and antiquity, 3D sculptural digital renderings of Honey have formed the artwork for all preceding singles leading into 'Black Girl Magic'. Exploring identity, form, technology and classical portraiture, the artwork for the album comes as the final piece in the series of bespoke displays of Honey.
From her stratospheric DJ career to her fashion line with COMME des GARÇONS: Honey Fucking Dijon, to soundtracking some of the most iconic fashion shows of the 21st century, Honey's influence is felt far and wide across the worlds of music, fashion and art, with 'Black Girl Magic' a powerful physical statement of her interdisciplinary artistic impact.