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Brooke Candy has teamed up with Maliibu Miitch and Charli XCX for her new single, ‘XXXTC’

Her new album 'SEXORCISM' is due later this year.
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Published: 11:04 am, July 03, 2019
Brooke Candy has teamed up with Maliibu Miitch and Charli XCX for her new single, ‘XXXTC’

Brooke Candy has dropped her new single, ‘XXXTC’.

The song sees her team up with Maliibu Miitch and Charli XCX, and marks her first release under Sega Bodega’s NUXXE Label.

She’s also announced her new album ‘SEXORCISM’, due later this year.

The upcoming full-length “places sexual liberation back at the forefront of Brooke’s artistry,” reads the record’s blurb. “Exploring sexuality and radical female expression.”

“SEXORCISM subverts gender norms to discuss sex from a transgressive female perspective,” it continues, “led by those who are comfortable in their own skin and aren’t willing to settle for less than exactly what they want.”

Check out ‘XXXTC’ below.

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