Edward Sizzerhand shares his first instrumental project titled “A Taste Of Honey”.
Beats and bees are important ingredients in Edward Sizzerhand’s life! Born in Brooklyn, New York, he became worldwide known in the 90s with the rap crew Square One. After the end of Square One, the DJ, beatmaker and producer engaged in beekeeping and acquired professional skills in honey production for several years. Now, Sizzerhand is not only masterfully working on the controls, but has also acquired the BA master beekeeper at a university of agricultural economics. Sizzerhand loves beats and bees, and this is reflected in his first instrumental project, in which Edward Sizzerhand composed various honeys to beats. “A Taste Of Honey” contains spicy beats that can be compared to wildflowers or songs like Chestnut with a bitter finish. Other tracks are as flowery as Phacelia or fresh as Colza. There are 14 honey types on the album altogether. The revenues of this record are going to be reinvested in Edwards beekeeping. SAVE THE BEES!
The 14-track offering is available for streaming below and can be purchased here. Oh, and I’ve included the video for “Forest” down bottom. Take a look at that too.