This article was published on February 26th, 2020
Oooo honey child! New music is here, and it is being served up spicy hot by none other than Honey Davenport. With her newly released single “Draw the Blood,” Honey Davenport, from RuPaul’s Drag Race Season 11, is looking to rise to the top of the queer pop music charts.
In time for Black History Month, Honey Davenport is releasing this powerful new song as a testimony to their life. Teaming up with her Drag Race sister Aja, Honey Davenport was inspired to create “Draw the Blood” by the MLK quote, “In the end, we will remember not the words of our enemies, but the silence of our friends.”
With the upcoming premiere of RuPaul’s Drag Race season 12 on February 28, 2020, Honey Davenport’s new single comes at a time when the gays are thirsty for more drag queen action.
Honey Davenport, also known as James Heath-Clark, tours the world and dominates the New York club scene as a performer, DJ, and drag superstar. Originally from West Philadelphia, Honey Davenport is known for her incredible voice and her triple threat talent. They have 18 pageant crowns, six Glam Awards, and “zero tolerance for discrimination”. Honey has an appearance in the upcoming feature-length film God Save the Queens.
Honey Davenport has performed in the Broadway national tour of Hairspray and performed in three off-Broadway productions, Electric Highway, Trinkets and The Orion Experience. She became a legendary queen in the eyes of the pop culture-obsessed gay world when she started as one of the queens in RuPaul’s Drag Race season 11. Honey Davenport has been named by New York magazine as one of the top 100 drag queens.