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Album review: Honey, by Katy B

It’s been a while since I’ve done an album review. This time, I want to do things differently.

If you like the Katy B, you’ve probably listened to Honey’s singles. If not, you can have a go after the break:

I´m not going to describe each and every track of Katy B´s third studio record, which is composed of 13 songs. I just wanted to give you a sense of it. (You can enjoy it later on Spotify, Apple Music, or your favorite streaming service, and make your judgment.)

Honey is mostly a chilled album. Yes, it has the signature dubstep rhythm that characterizes Katy B, but I´m glad to say, in case you are not fond of loud beats, this is an album to listen while you’re with your mates or alone in your bedroom.

Hardcore Katy B fans needn´t worry, though, as So Far Away, Lose Your Head and Turn The Music Louder keep the singer true to herself. Honey is full of collaborations, and the occasional rapper slips in to mix things up. You can dance or relax to Honey, and I think followers won´t be disappointed, and newcomers will find a new gem they can dig into.

 

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