Funky like Chaka, Soulful like Alicia and Edgy like Lauryn, Mellissa Mya Larochelle, known professionally as Honey Larochelle, has been all over the world searching for a "sound."
Vancouver born, Texas Raised, Florida reformed, and Brooklyn saved
Honey began her background touring career with the Brand New Heavies in 2006, and soon became their lead singer and was touring with many other acts including Joss Stone and Omar. Not long after, her journey lead to a record deal with Macy Gray and a mentorship with the legendary Roberta Flack. Between world tours with multiple acts and her habit of producing, arranging, and writing for other artists, Honey rarely had time to work on her own material. Finally, after many twists and turns in her story, this Roberta Flack Protege discovered her very own sound. A warm yet edgy mash up of classic soul, R&B, hip-hop and reggae music. Honey found her "sound" on the Fun & Sexy Side of Soul Music. Her debut album, "The Yes Feeling" was released in 2013 on Butter Fly Soul Records. It is a timeless, soulful musical masterpiece that won her the "Best New Artist" Award from the worlds largest soul outlet, SoulTracks.com. The Yes Feeling was preceded in 2011 by a Mixtape Release on Bandcamp.com called "Clean Lust and Dirty Laundry." CLDL is an expose that travels through the many chapters of love and shows the good the bad and the ugly of each. She has since written for many artists and featured on many projects, most notably her co-write with 2015 Grammy Award winners A Great Big World on their second released single, "Already Home." More recently Honey featured on a SourKrush release on Sub Nation Records called "Giving Me Life." This soulful house record is reminiscent of CeCe Peniston and shows listeners even more of Honey's versatility. Currently Honey is prepping for the release of her Reggae/Soul Album as well as an alternative RnB/EDM EP.