Brooke Candy's New Album SEXORCISM is Refreshingly Liberated

Brooke Candy's New Album SEXORCISM is Refreshingly Liberated

The pop star emancipates her creative energies in this 12 track album.

The pop star emancipates her creative energies in this 12 track album.

Text: Dylan Kelly

Finally breaking free from the limitations of major label censure, pop artist Brooke Candy just dropped her debut album SEXORCISM, an explicitly masterful reclaiming of female sexuality. The Los Angeles-born rapper, singer, and visual artist released 12 tracks, each of which further unleashes all of her pent up creative energies. 

“I am beyond excited to be releasing something I have been trying to accomplish for years. This album is a true representation of me, and my creative personality and I hope it empowers other women to be unashamedly creative and unapologetically themselves,” explained Candy in a statement. “At the end of it all, this album is just supposed to be a fun, sexually liberating, and inclusive moment of release.”

The ultra-femme pop star recruited an impressive lineup of original female artists for the album including Charli XCX, Rico Nasty, Iggy Azalea, Erika Jayne, Malibu Miitch, Violet Chachki, Aquaria, and TOOPOOR to make noise for female empowerment in unison. As the album continues to climb international charts, Candy’s fierce efforts and vocal prowess have already proven to be majorly successful. An unstoppable force, Brooke Candy has just opened an entirely new chapter for a music career, and the best part is that it’s only the beginning. 

Stream the songs of Candy’s newly empowered era below.

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