American rapper/vocalist/Internet personality Brooke Candy grew up in the greater Los Angeles area, where she developed an early love of fashion, music, and sharing her artistic statements on various Internet avenues such as her enormously popular Tumblr.
Candy's own musical career began with an outlandishly stylized video for her late-2012 banger "Das Me," but by that point she was far better known for her cameo appearance in the much further-reaching video by Grimes for her hit single "Genesis." Candy still grew a considerable cult following for her own work, which tended toward hyper-sexual and highly explicit songs presented in colorful videos. Candy made a guest appearance on Charli XCX's 2012 single "Cloud Aura," and her own Opulence EP dropped in 2014. The single "Rubber Band Stacks" appeared the following year. Candy went on to ink endorsement deals with Diesel industries and Mac Cosmetics leading to her selling out both runs of her Mac cosmetics. Throughout 2016 & 2017 Candy released a string of Spotify singles “happy days” “nasty” “changes” and the pop hit “living out loud” featuring mentor Sia all under her major label Sony Music. In 2017 candy made a 2nd guest appearance on Charli XCX’s single “I got it” featuring Cupcakke and Pablo Vittar. In 2018 Candy split with her record label Sony RCA in hopes of getting back to her punk inspired roots. Her first single “war” and her unreleased second ep “who cares” are both slated to be released April 2018