Brooke Dyan Candy (born July 20, 1989) is an American rapper, singer, stylist, and former stripper. Raised in the suburbs of Los Angeles, Candy worked as a stripper in early adulthood. Candy appeared in Grimes' video for "Genesis" (2012), which gained viral success. The video was noted for Candy's unique look which consisted of pink, body-length corn rows and metallic, armour-like outfits. The release lead to Candy improving her status in the underground scene as she began to release her own material, including "Das Me" in 2012 and "Everybody Does" and "I Wanna Fuck Right Now" in 2013. In early 2014, she signed with RCA and released her debut major label single "Opulence" with an accompanying EP of the same name on May 6, 2014. Later, she joined Columbia's UK roster. Sony.
Throughout 2015 and 2017, Candy collaborated frequently with Australian singer Sia on new music. During this period, Candy announced her debut album Daddy Issues and released a series of singles that failed to achieve commercial success. Candy parted ways with Sony on 2017, after the mild-success of "Living Out Loud", which peaked at #4 on Billboard's Hot Dance Club chart. Recently, Candy has toured as a supporting act for artist such as Lizzo and Charli XCX. She released her independent single "Volcano" during the summer of 2017 and announced a second extended play, slated for a winter release, shortly afterwards.