444, the 10th album from singjay Honorebel, drops September 8. It contains the hit single, On Top of The World, as well as collaborations with high-profile rappers Snoop Dogg and Tory Lanez.
It comes two years after Guru, his previous album. Honorebel believes artists should keep their fans guessing and that’s one of the things he tried to do with his latest project.
“The difference with this album is that, just the title will have minds wondering and also spark a conversation. 444 is carefully orchestrated from the seven different genres to the descriptive and provocative lyrical content. I took almost two years and did 28 songs for 444 and chose 16,” he explained.
Released in May, On Top of The World did the rounds in South Florida, as well as Africa and Europe. He shares the mic with Snoop Dogg on Can’t Let Go, which came out last summer.
Working with artists from different genres is something Honorebel has done throughout his career. His biggest commercial hit, 2010’s Now You See It (Shake That Ass) was a collaboration with Pitbull and Jump Smokers.
“It’s always significant when doing an album to have some kind of diversity. I’m one artist that’s always thinking outside the box, I take chances because that’s the only way you can be different and I like being different,” he said.
Born in Jamaica, Honorebel has been a mainstay of the South Florida music scene for several years. His embrace of dancehall, reggae, hip hop and EDM has earned him fans in Africa and Europe.