Honey G (“Sweet like Honey G” as she told the judges)
Anna Georgette Gilford
North West London in Harrow (or “North Weezy”)
A song about Honey G (“When I say Honey, you say G” etc…) which then switched into a cover of Missy Elliott’s Work It (including the bit where she flipped it and reversed it).
These speak for themselves.
Sharon Osbourne and Nicole Scherzinger got in the groove. Louis Walsh seemed unsure of where to put himself while Simon Cowell turned away during her audition before declaring: “You shouldn’t be doing that!” adding: “Please, please just end this” as he opted out of casting a vote.
Including this track ‘Your Loving’, which you can download on iTunes should you feel so inspired.
As we learned, she’s an urban music artist/rap music artist/producer
“Honey G. started mixing in 1999. After mixing for only 4 months she made her 1st appearance at Club Abbyss in Ayia Napa and gained a DJ residency at Gas club in the summer of 2000,” her website explains.
“In the early 2000’s she launched her own club night called Luvibe in Manchester whilst studying and DJ-ed at many venues in the UK on the UK Garage Scene. Luvibe was all about showcasing Black Female talent. She also made appearances on BBC Radio 1xtra and Radio 1 after she graduated in Popular Music and Recording from Salford University and came runner up in the National Student DJ Competition sponsored by Ministry of Sound.”
…but what’s her day job?
Honey G/Anna runs her own recruitment firm ARG Search Limited, focussing on IT services. Prior to this she spent more than a decade working in the sector at senior level. Bet there’s a funky track on the hold music, right?
She’s pretty sporty
To quote her own personal website: “She is a woman of many talents and is also an ex-young middx county tennis champion and athlete.”
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