The American pop-rapper has recently announced that her debut album, "Sexorcism," will arrive on October 25.
Brooke Candy has been working on the full-length since 2015, teasing that "Sexorcism" will "reclaim female sexuality to exorcise it from the confines of a culture seeking to suppress it."
Although details about the album are still scarce, the artist revealed that she has enlisted a diverse range of sex-positive collaborators, including Iggy Azalea, Charli XCX, Boys Noize, Maliibu Miitch, Violet Chachki and Aquaria.
Brooke Candy has already unveiled two singles from "Sexorcism" -- "Drip" featuring TV reality star and singer Erika Jayne, as well as "XXXTC" with Charli XCX and Maliibu Miitch.
In a recent interview with Paper magazine, the pop-rapper explained how her journey towards self-acceptance influenced the creation of her debut full-length.
"I've had body dysmorphia and body issues my entire life. When I put on a little slinky onesie, I'm owning that. I'm owning that self-loathing, that past self-loathing and that lack of self-confidence. I'm owning it and telling you, 'F**k off, I love my body'," she said.
Brooke Candy also addressed criticism around her explicit and sexually liberated singles.
"Once in a while, there's a comment like, 'You're better than this. Why do you have to show your ass? Why do you have to wear that outfit? Why do you have to sing about your pussy?'. It's because we're owning it, we're taking it back. It's us reclaiming all of these things that you've said we can't do," she stated.
Ahead of the release of "Sexorcism," Brooke Candy will hit the road with Charli XCX for the West Coast leg of her North American tour, which launches on September 27 in Phoenix, Arizona.