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Honey Bun, who has appeared on the music charts as a guest artist for years, has written a song about racism in America.
“The song is about racism.
I don’t like it,” Honey Bun told Axios.
“But it’s my music and I think it’s cool that people have a song with that title.”
The singer said the song was written as a response to racism in the US and its relationship to white supremacy.
“I feel like it’s time that people understood what racism is, because it’s something that’s going on right now,” Honey said.
“If you look at our history, we have a long history of people who were not welcome here and so it’s not a new thing.”
Honey’s new album Honey Butter will be released on June 3 via her own label, Bauhaus Records.
Honey said she was inspired to write the song after her family was separated from her when she was a teenager.
“It’s like, ‘OK, I’m not racist, but I’m also not happy that my family has been separated,'” Honey Bun said.
“I just felt like I could really help people understand that.”
Holly’s album Honey Bun: A Collection of Black Hip Hop Hits (released in 2018) has sold over 5 million copies worldwide.
In a video for the song, Honey Bun discussed her upbringing in an African American community in South Carolina and the struggle to overcome discrimination.
“There’s been a lot of struggle, but we have been through a lot together,” Honey sang.
“So that’s something I think people should feel comfortable with, too.”
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