They say everything is bigger in Texas. One listen to the sweet voice of Platinum Rush recording artist Timeka Stewart a.k.a HONEY BROWN and you would have to agree. The Dallas native’s energetic debut single, “The Sound of Flirting,” and” The Vocal triumph ”Where Did The Love Go” will begin wooing radio program directors nationwide Fall 2005 and is poised to bring one of urban music’s best kept secrets to the forefront.
Endorsed by the man himself Charlie Wilson of the world renowned Gap Band
Other album tracks include Honey Brown's Remake of Shirley Murdock's Smash Hit "Go On Without You" just to name a few.
Crafted by yet another of Atlanta’s hot young producers on the rise, TIGGA BOUNCE, “The Sound of Flirting” pulsates with a rambunctious drum track intent on moving the body. Honey Brown, meanwhile, entices the senses with a vocal belly dance that will have airwaves on fire and urban request lines lighting up well into 2006.
Honey Brown’s music career took shape while attending Grambling State University in Louisiana. Linking up with two female singers, she co-founded the R&B trio The Whole 9. After one of the group’s performances at the historically black college, Brown was approached by Emmanuel Lewis -- the diminutive former child star of 1980’s hit television series Webster. It was Lewis that convinced Stewart to move to Atlanta and hone her skills as a solo artist, writer and producer.
A finalist in the prestigious John Lennon Songwriting contest in 2001, Honey Brown lent her writing and vocal skills to a wide variety of local and national projects. In 2002, she co-wrote and produced the score for the successful Kingdom Comedy Tour and DVD. Word of Honey Brown’s obvious talent quickly got around in the Atl’s music scene and before long the singer found herself working with producers of platinum acts like Destiny’s Child, Usher, Nelly, Faith Evans, SWV and Whitney Houston.
Impressive resume aside, the proof of Honey Brown’s appeal lies in the music she creates, which evokes the influences of Chaka Khan, Phyllis Hyman, Mary J. Blige and acclaimed songwriter Diane Warren. She melds this appreciation of the past with the chest-thumping soundtrack of today perfectly on the DJ STICH remix of “The Sound of Flirting,” where she’s joined by up and coming Midwest rapper FONZ. Sound clips from Honey Brown’s upcoming debut are available online at , platinumrushmusic.com, and wegotnext.net while advance copies of the album and interviews can be obtained by contacting Platinum Rush Music at 404.294.6154 or via e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org