It seemed the UK had ‘Finally Found’ a new R&B act to rule the charts when Honeyz scored a top-five hit with their debut single.
‘Never Let You Down’ was smartly pitched as continuing the Honeyz sound but with the subtext of being a soft relaunch.
‘Not Even Gonna Trip’ saw Honeyz hit a stumbling block as another line-up change caused animosity behind the scenes.
‘Kinda Love’ showcases a bigger, bolder sound for Darius, and is everything the lead single for a second album should be.
Ainslie Henderson became the third Fame Academy graduate to hit the charts with his debut single ‘Keep Me A Secret’
Only Shania Twain could get away with the Riverdance-meets-Rednex absurdity of ‘Don’t Be Stupid (You Know I Love You)’
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?
‘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.
The Honeyz second single ‘End Of The Line’ saw the group don iconic purple overcoats to deliver a blockbuster ’90s ballad.
Kéllé Bryan’s debut solo single ‘Higher Than Heaven’ saw her bring a slice of uplifting gospel-pop to the charts.
‘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.
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.