About Honey B


Honey B is a reggae artist based in the U.S. with an uplifting perspective and Caribbean style.
Music was always present in her childhood as her grandfather was a multi-instrumentalist, recording artist and composer. Both of her parents loved music and Honey B’s childhood home was filled with the sounds of many genres. She began composing simple songs and poetry before entering primary school and had several pieces published in local anthologies as a youth. Formative years spent frequenting the Bay Area music scene in California solidified her appreciation for reggae and world music.
Honey B spent over a decade in the West Indies when her mother taught primary school there. Country life and island culture made a deep, lasting impression on her ideals and musicality. In Jamaica, giant home-made sound systems boomed from every hilltop and corner shop. The wit and wisdom of local proverbs, patois and slang captured her interest and reverence. She became aware of the devastating effect that colonial standards had on the preservation of the melodic and historical language. She realized the vital importance of people like Miss Lou (Louise Bennet) and Oliver (Samuels) who sought to sustain and protect its brilliance and humor.
Moving back to the states to help care for her grandmother, Honey B continued to compose rhymes and couplets about her personal feelings and observances, occasionally chanting them to entertain friends and family. An opportunity to perform with a renowned calypso artist at a small private gathering brought her skills to the stage.
She joined forces with California producer Donaldo Gullatt to create several EP’s which became the springboard for her public persona as a lyricist. She formed a close partnership with videographer, the late Ron Ross,who shot and co-directed with her to release four dynamic music videos for some of her early singles.
Collaborating with different bands and toasting over dj’s instrumental tracks brought out her innate love for entertaining and showmanship. Recording projects and collaborations with producers and artists from the UK to Jamaica have expanded her catalog.

Honey B’s positive connections with audiences, her candid online presence and participation in lyrical contests and challenges have endeared her to her audience. Her cleverly crafted rhyme schemes and clean delivery uplift audiences from all generations and backgrounds.
She has shared the stage with Half Pint, The Wailing Souls, Shinehead, Ranking Joe, Junior Demus, Dugsy Ranks, Jahdan Blakkamoore and Pato Banto. She performed in New York City with the celebrated GenaRoots Band at an event honoring reggae veteran Sammy Dread. She joined the legendary Cocoa Tea on stage in Oakland, California and performed with his Step By Step Band at their headquarters in Mandeville, Jamaica. In recent years she has appeared onstage from Kingston to Westmoreland; and recorded in Saint Ann Parish, Jamaica.
Honey B’s Caribbean fans nicknamed her ‘the Raggamuffin’ as she singjays in a foundation style; always giving credit, respect and gratitude to the original pioneers of roots and culture, while keeping the message and vibe current. In 2022, a promotional tour in the UK was highlighted by dynamic performances at local events from Birmingham to Brixton, as well as a memorable live freestyle session and extensive interview on iLive UK with London radio personality Mixmaster J. She released the conscious dancehall track Good Energy in conjunction with notable Jamaican production team Benz Redsquare Connections, as well as the eclectic track P.O.I. on hiphop producer Slapp Turner’s recent album. The rollicking, upbeat single, Rootsy, produced by California dub duo,Red Lions, is making waves with it’s musical message and contagious chorus.
Honey B has cultivated an ever-expanding fan base with her performances at cultural events, venues and festivals across California, in Oregon, Jamaica, France, and the UK. She continues to ignite joy in audiences of all kinds, as she extends her unique sound to Africa, in support of Everton Blender and The Itals on a countrywide tour of Kenya. Lyrics with substance conveyed in a spirit of fun, along with a vision of uplifting and unifying people through music, have become Honey B’s distinctive hallmarks. Her versatility, skill and natural enthusiasm continue to create a buzz in reggae circles and beyond.

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Honey B has shared the stage and collaborated with many artists including:

  • Cocoa Tea, Wailing Souls, Everton Blender, General Smiley, King Earthquake, Iba Mahr, Prezident Brown, Prof-i Reynolds, Kulcha Knox, Sammy Dread, Junior Demus, Jahdan Blakkamoore, Itaweh, Peppery, Dubtonic Kru, Illuminati Congo
  • Pato Banton, Lee Tafari, Iqualah, Little Twitch, Raskahuele, Isaac Faith, Ras Ijah, Shawn Thwaites Rebel Quartet, Ark Aingel, Junior Toots, Kava Jah, Triple Tree, Ras Rebel, Real One, Razorblade, Bas360, Winstrong, Massive Delicious
  • Arawak Indian, BROke the Emcee, Paul Willis, One Leg Chuck, Lucy Morningstar, Sandpaypa, Ione Angeles, Pacific Roots, Lacy Redhead, Two Peace, Roots Man Project, The Storytellers, One Dollar Check, Michael Ray

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Nairobi, Kenya

Jamboree Festival

North San Juan, CA

Summer Stars Reggae Fest

North San Juan, CA

Summer Stars Reggae Fest

Sunset River Resort, Oroville, CA

Harambee Music Festival

Chico, CA

TEMPO at Siphos's Jamaican Restaurant & Cafe

MOdesto, CA

Reggae Dance Party

Redlan - Oregon

17th NW Reggae Festival

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The Star



Woodland, CA

5th Hippie Fest

Sacramento, CA


Alameda, CA

With Sistet I-Live

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