Imagine a balmy evening, the sky painted in hues of gold and pink as the sun dips below the horizon. The air is filled with the promise of tranquility and warmth. Now, imagine a melody that perfectly envelops this serene moment—a melody that is Marius Billgobenson’s “A Little Bit of Honey.” Not just an artist but an ambassador, Marius Billgobenson whose journey began from the Congo to Stockholm, Sweden, has enriched his artistry with a blend of cultural influences. With his single “A Little Bit of Honey,” released on May 10 and recorded in Los Angeles under the meticulous guidance of two-time Grammy-winning producer Paul Brown, Billgobenson continues to transcend borders and genres. Let’s have ‘a little bit of honey’ of this song and know how it tastes.

From the moment the track begins with the serene melody, we are gently ushered into a world of affection and warmth. The opening lines, “Fairy tale a love in Paradise / When I just met you, my babe,” set a poetic and romantic tone that resonates throughout the song. These lines call to mind a sense of nostalgic wonder, remindful of the early days of falling in love, where everything feels magical and transformative. Billgobenson’s soothing vocals are like a balm to the weary soul, delivering each line with a comforting sincerity that is heartfelt and genuine. His performance is passionate, yet tender, making us feel every word he sings.

At the heart, the lyrics of “A Little Bit of Honey” explore the universal theme of love and its ability to bring joy and strength. Lines like “Through it all, we stood our ground / And made it through” speak to the resilience and enduring nature of true love. The song’s narrative is one of celebration and gratitude, acknowledging the sweetness that love brings into our lives. Also, this mantra-like chorus, “A little bit of honey always makes me feel love” underscores the song’s core message: love, though complex can be purified into moments of sweetness that fortify and endure. To me, this is the type of music that feels personalized for quiet times of reflection—ideal for a solo evening or a lengthy drive through landscapes.

The instrumentation in “A Little Bit of Honey” is a seamless blend of soul, R&B, smooth jazz, and gospel influences. The contributions from session musicians David Garfield, Ron King, Tony Braunadel, Shane Theriot, and Freddie Washington add layers of richness to the sound. Jaqui Brown’s meticulous editing further enhances the track, ensuring that every note and nuance is perfectly polished. Paul Brown’s production expertise shines throughout, creating a lush, immersive listening experience. The song is entirely harmonious and is sonically pleasing and emotionally evocative.

In conclusion, “A Little Bit of Honey” is a testament to Marius Billgobenson’s journey as an artist and ambassador of heartfelt melodies. With this single, he invites us to share his experiences, to feel the power of love’s embrace, and to appreciate the beauty found in simplicity. It’s a track that not only soothes the ears but also touches the soul, leaving a lasting impression of hope and resilience. He has arrived with a song that surpasses the ordinary and if you are welcoming him to your playlist, you’re not just adding a new artist; you’re embracing a storyteller whose music transcends boundaries and speaks to the heart.

Listen to “A Little Bit Of Honey” on Spotify or SoundCloud and let us know your thoughts.

You can follow Marius Billgobenson on here for more information.




PS: The artist was discovered on MusoSoup, and a contribution was made to publish this.