The New Yorker describes her “with a voice like Gaga’s, she’s partial to yellow-and-black clothes and arena choruses.” Meet BINX, South Africa’s beautiful “African Bee” with a sting ready to swell up pop music. Now residing in New York, the singer/model has gathered a large fanbase thanks to her astonishing performances at major U.S. events like U.S. Open, The New York Marathon (two years in a row), and Webster Hall. “The African Bee,” Binx is now releasing a full album titled “Buzzed.” An upbeat, high-energy, and creative vibe that introduce Binx to the world.
Already receiving rave reviews from major publications. Binx speaks on the making of her new album with the following quote.
“2016 was the most difficult year of my life, it left me feeling “Buzzed.” The album is about falling in love, breaking up, sex, mourning death, drugs, politics, self exploration, dating in the digital age and friendship. The artwork is a depiction of me holding a bottle of alcohol (which includes my logo) and pouring it over myself revealing my alter ego, “The African Bee” in a more raw and emotional sense. “Jack Flash” is my most vulnerable song as it is about my Dad. The sound is an eclectic mix of Avant-Garde Dance Pop with many Glam Rock, RnB and African influences. 3% of sales from the new album, “Buzzed” are going towards saving The Bees with Environment New York. The album is dedicated to my Dad, Mom and Brother.”
Listen to the complete project below, courtesy of Soundcloud.