Though I thought the movie was great, the soundtrack...well isn't. Plain and simple. This is my first review ever and, because of my disappointment, I felt the need to write one up for this poor soundtrack. The purpose of a soundtrack is after watching a film, the music that was embedded into the film was appealing. This is why I bought the Honey soundtrack. As I watched the film I sat in my seat wanting to just get up and dance. Many of the songs that AREN'T in this soundtrack were in the movie. Tweet's song, in my opinion, "Thugman" is alright and the one that was featured in the film was much better. Missy's one track isn't all that either, but is for sure better than anything you will find on "This Is Not A Test" (minus "Don't Be Cruel" w/Monica and Beenie Man). The best song on this album is clearly it's only single, "I'm Good" by Blaque. It is a complete SHAME that Elektra did not assist Blaque in promoting this single. While the movie credits Rodney Jerkins for the music int he film, on the soundtrack only about three or four of his tracks appear on the cd. Other highlights on this album are Amerie's track along with Tamia's. Other than that, this CD is disappointing. Go watch the movie instead. . .