Pi'erre Bourne Shares New Single "Honeyberry 2"


Pierre Bourne Shares New Single "Honeyberry 2"

GRAMMY® Award Winning Producer / Rapper, and SossHouse CEO, Pi'erre Bourne returns with "Honeyberry 2," the long-awaited sequel to his 2017 fan-favorite hit "Honeyberry." Like the original–an early document of Pi'erre's melodic mastery behind the mic and boards–"Honeyberry 2" is an impassioned case against catching feelings, complete with carnivalesque synths and candy-coated counter melodies. Detailing his feelings about a complicated relationship, Pi'erre uses languid melody and hypnotic repetition to drop some memorable quotes: "Say she in love but I know she lyin'/Say she want love but she'll end up cryin'."

"Honeyberry 2" is the latest fan-favorite Pi'erre Bourne snippet to see release in recent weeks, following the February release of "IG." "Honeyberry 2" and "IG" are the latest salvos in what's shaping up to be a busy year for the SossHouse Founder and CEO. In April, Pi'erre Bourne prepares to make his desert debut at Coachella 2023. Last month, Pi'erre shared the new video for "DJ In The Car," danceable highlight from his 2022 album Good Movie, available now HERE. The South Carolina-born artist is hard at work on the follow-up to Good Movie, dropping later this year. Most recently, Pi'erre connected with his SossHouse signees Sharc and Frazier Trill to release an unofficial remix of Lil Yachty's "Poland," with a video filmed in the titular country.

 Listen to the long-awaited release HERE.

The prolific Pi'erre Bourne had a busy 2022, highlighted by two full-length projects: Good Movie and Space Age Pimpin. A versatile effort released in the late summer, Good Movie demonstrates Pi'erre's evolution as a producer and songwriter, home to highlights like “Moving Too Fast” ft. Young Nudy, the mutating situationship anthem "Love Drill," and the percolating  "Psane" ft. Don Toliver. Good Movie is available everywhere via SossHouse/Interscope Records. Released earlier in 2022, Space Age Pimpin is a collaborative project with legendary artist Juicy J. The project received critical acclaim from Pitchfork, The FADER, Stereogum, Complex, Hypebeast, UPROXX, Paste Magazine, and many more.


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