Released: 28th February 2000.
The Honeyz were beginning to become a bit predictable, reeling out ballad after ballad with the same feel, but this single looks set to change all that. It's an amazing recording, which crosses great R&B beats with a fantastic tune and some brilliant vocals. It's easily their most street-wise release yet, and deserves to be one of the year's best sellers. It's just a shame it doesn't include Kele Le Roc as it did when first performed at the MOBOs.
Hell hath no fury like a woman scorned... as the Honeyz prove with this interesting release. Their past efforts have concentrated on the up-side of romance, but this time there's a stern warning for all those men behaving badly out there! A big departure in content and style, but strong delivery and a cool video should make this another big hit for the trio.