The 23-year-old 'Lungi Dance' hitmaker, who is married for more than two years, said that audience like songs on girls so his maximum chartbusters are on the fairer sex.
"I am yet to have a child and if I am blessed with a baby girl and in future if a guy tries to impress my daughter by singing my hits, I have no issues with it. "It's a misconception that I compose songs for girls. I have sung a song for Bhagat Singh too but nobody knows about it.
I have sung about boys but all of them are super-duper flop," Honey said on the sidelines of Agenda AajTak conclave. Having started off his career with music direction in Punjab, the controversial rapper later shifted to Bollywood. But Honey says he never intended to sing for the Hindi Film industry. "I am not interested to sing in Bollywood.
I sing for only those actors whom I admire. I sing free of cost for them. I want to take independent music ahead and my songs are completely based on my observations," she said. The singer is currently gearing up for Tamil debut with 'Kolaveri Di' producer Anirudh Ravichander.
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