‘Never Let You Down’ was smartly pitched as continuing the Honeyz sound but with the subtext of being a soft relaunch.
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Honeyz – Not Even Gonna Trip
‘Not Even Gonna Trip’ saw Honeyz hit a stumbling block as another line-up change caused animosity behind the scenes.
Darius – Kinda Love
‘Kinda Love’ showcases a bigger, bolder sound for Darius, and is everything the lead single for a second album should be.
Ainslie Henderson – Keep Me A Secret
Ainslie Henderson became the third Fame Academy graduate to hit the charts with his debut single ‘Keep Me A Secret’
Shania Twain – Don’t Be Stupid (You Know I Love You)
Only Shania Twain could get away with the Riverdance-meets-Rednex absurdity of ‘Don’t Be Stupid (You Know I Love You)’
Honeyz – Love Of A Lifetime
The Honeyz were on the cusp of a lucrative record deal in America when they released ‘Love Of A Lifetime’. What could possibly go wrong?
David Sneddon – Stop Living The Lie
‘Stop Living The Lie’ is an oft-forgotten relic of the early TV talent show era, but possibly one of the best singles to emerge from it.
Honeyz – End Of The Line
The Honeyz second single ‘End Of The Line’ saw the group don iconic purple overcoats to deliver a blockbuster ’90s ballad.
Kéllé Bryan – Higher Than Heaven
Kéllé Bryan’s debut solo single ‘Higher Than Heaven’ saw her bring a slice of uplifting gospel-pop to the charts.
Honeyz – I Don’t Know
‘I Don’t Know’ did nothing to dispel the notion that nice pop songs finish last, as it became a gentle swansong for the Honeyz.
Lisa Scott-Lee – Lately
When Lisa Scott-Lee stepped back into the spotlight with her debut single ‘Lately’, it looked for a moment like she might well have the last laugh.
Lisa Scott-Lee – Too Far Gone
Lisa Scott-Lee’s second solo single ‘Too Far Gone’ was harmless enough – but ended up being embroiled in a disastrous case of record label politics.