You heard her.
You heard her.
Brooke Candy doesn’t have time for subtleties. In her most recent single FMU, the third and final off her debut album SEXORCISM (due out this Friday), the singer/rapper/director/my biological mother lays it out pretty damn clearly. Fuck her up. The track, which was produced by Boys Noize and c0-written by Jesse Saint John, delivers steamy, lust-fueled lyrics over high-octane beats. The song also features up-and-comer Rico Nasty. It’s equal parts infectious and titillating. We’re hooked.
Brooke also released an accompanying music video, which she directed and shows Brooke and her all-female motorcycle crew making the woods of Pacific Northwest their sexual playground, and to be completely honest, I’m going to need a minute to myself.
“FMU was shot in the woods of Bend, Oregon with an all-female motorcycle crew. Showcasing women at their most powerful, especially doing something that’s typically so male-dominated, has always been important to me in my art,” said Brooke of the video. “To have Rico on this track really took it to the edge of what I’ve always wanted to create. She’s a mother, a badass, and is carving her own path. I got to see so much beauty in all these renegade women through these collaborations – Mother Earth included. I hope it inspires others to submerge themselves in something greater.”
My favorite lyric? I’m glad you asked.
Motorcycle bitch clique
Taking names and sucking dick
I do have one question, though. How did Brooke get her hands on my vision board?
Stream FMU on your platform of choice, check out the video below, and pre-order Sexorcism here.