Catch The Beat by Honey Dijon feat. Cakes Da Killa

Honey Dijon follows up the provocative Personal Slave with another collaboration taken from her album The Best of Both Worlds, which is forthcoming on Classic Music Company.

Catch The Beat by Honey Dijon feat. Cakes Da Killa Photo by Eric Johnson

On "Catch The Beat" she joins forces with rising superstar and voice of a generation, the New York-based rapper Cakes Da Killa.
 
"Catch The Beat" is representative of Honey’s tough "Berlin-meets-New York" style when she DJs, elevated with the warmth and immediacy of Cakes’ voice, shifting the energy up unapologetically to another level. A magnet for the most forward-thinking and relevant artists and creatives, Honey continues to push the boundaries of her global workspace, nailing this collaboration and sparking a Hip House revival in the process.

Honey Dijon feat Cakes Da Killa - Catch The Beat
Release Date 16th June 2017
Label Classic Music Company

Tracklist
1. Catch The Beat (Edit)
2. Catch The Beat
3. Catch The Beat (Instrumental)

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