Reggie Becton is no stranger to collaboration. In recent months, he’s teamed up with Khi Infinite to drop “Pineapple Rum” and Jordan Hawkins to release “Screamin’.” Not to be forgotten, he’s also been teasing a new record called “Don Julio” with Shah Infinite. Now, it appears that he’s locked in with another talented act that the world of music needs to keep its eye on, Majo.
If you have been tapped in with the world of R&B, you know good and well who Majo is and will evolve into as her career continues to progress. If you’re not tapped in with the singer known to social media as “Sick of the Internet,” here’s a crash course. She first caught the world’s attention nearly five years ago with the release of her five-track EP, Sideline 4. Balancing between aesthetically lighter tracks like “Hollow” and more the seductive production of “Too Soon,” she brilliantly showcases her poetic lyricism and evocative storytelling. More recently, she has delivered Hate To See You Go, which is led by the aforementioned “Honey.” In short, she’s followed by R&B Radar and if you’re familiar with their work, you know that’s a gold seal of approval.
Alongside Reggie Becton, Majo is set to deliver the remix to the lead track from her most recent EP. If the snippet is any indication of what the full version sounds like, R&B fans have already won. Check out the short preview of “Honey” below and gear up for the full version to drop next week.