Honey Mahogany

Gaining world wide fame as a cast member on Season 5 of the reality television cult phenomena RuPaul's Drag Race, Honey Mahogany continues to grow as an artist and performer. Her most recent work is her debut EP: Honey Love. The EP is a collection of songs written and produced by Honey Mahogany in collaboration with Erik Ian Walker of WakoWorld Music. Honey Love gained national attention in the U.S. when a song from the EP "Shoulda Known Better" aired on episode 4 of the much anticipated HBO series Looking. Honey makes an appearance on the episode to perform the song.

Honey Love has spawned 2 music videos. One for Honey's critically acclaimed cover of "Feeling Good," and another for "Shoulda Known Better" (both videos were produced by Frederic Grasset & Dallas Haynes IV of Unit 13 Productions). Honey also has a video for her first original single "It's Honey." "It's Honey" does not appear on the EP, however, plans are in the works for a remix album which will include the track as well as new material.


 Awards and Notable Performances

Voted Best Drag Queen 2011 by SF Weekly's Readers' Poll and the reigning Miss Blow Up USA, Honey Mahogany is an international drag performer and budding recording artist. Honey was selected for the 2011 Hot Pink List of "queers to watch" by the SanFrancisco Bay Guardian and was the cover girl for the Guardian's 2011 Queer Issue. In 2010 Honey's premier single, a cover of Adele’s "Hometown Glory,” was chosen as one of the Best Cover Songs of the Year by Limelight (a lead song licensing company). Honey’s resume also includes several theatrical productions such as: Dirty Little Showtunes, Oprah: The Dragsical (in which she held the title role), Halloween: The Ballad of Michelle Meyers, and the collaborative drag/performance art show Work MORE! 

In Fall of 2012 Honey Mahogany along with headliner trixxie carr staged a successful show in the UK for the Abandon Normal Devices (AND) Festival (a part of the Cultural Olympiad) in Manchester England. The work was entitled trixxie carr: The Right to Rule and revolved around the theme of success and failure.