Honey's, The "How Low Can You Go" 12" Single (1991)
Details: The Honey's "How Low Can You Go" 12" Single (1991, J&J Records). 12" remix single. Previously owned, visible shelf-wear. The group is also known as 'Da'Honeys.'
Description: Detroit -based 4-piece all-girl youth Hip-Hop/New Jack Swing/R&B group, The Honey's. The track "How Low Can You Go," was meant to be a cheeky clap-back/response to Atlanta-based and Motown-signed, youth Hip-Hop group, Another Bad Creation's track, "Iesha." "How Low Can You Go" was recorded at the late Sound Suite Studios in Detroit, ".. set up in 1975 by former Motown engineers John Lewis and Michael Grace, and went on to attract many of the elite musicians of the day. Names such as Gladys Knight, The Four Tops, The Romantics, and Bob Seger were all regulars." Produced by Peggy Cannon, Glen Cannon, and Carl Broaden.
TRACK LISTING SIDE A:
A1. How Low (Can You Go) Radio Edit
A2. How Low (Can You Go) Instrumental
TRACK LISTING SIDE B:
B1. How Low (Can You Go) Radio Edit
B2. How Low (Can You Go) Instrumental