"Honey" was the first single from Mariah Carey's arguably most urban-leaning album of the 1990s, Butterfly. By this time Carey was heavy into samples (which "Honey" makes ample use of), as well as rappers and flesh-baring. This single, as with her previous chart-toppers, features hip-hop and dance mixes (although the song is, essentially, a pop/hip-hop tune). "Honey" was produced by Sean "Puffy" Combs, and his touch is evident, from the heavy samples to the use of raps courtesy of protegees Mase and the Lox. The first mix ...

Honey 1997, Columbia

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