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Sexorcism (stylised in all caps) is the debut studio album by American rapper Brooke Candy. It was released on October 25, 2019 by NUXXE.[2][3] The album features guest appearances from Charli XCX, Iggy Azalea, Violet Chachki, Aquaria, Erika Jayne, Rico Nasty, Ashnikko and others.

In February 2014, Candy signed with RCA Records.[4] Candy's original debut album was set to be called Daddy Issues, being executively produced by then label-mate Sia, who was also a songwriter on the record. She discovered Candy on Instagram and reached out to her, believing that "[she] was the only person who could really support [Candy] in becoming who [she is] on a grander stage or platform."[5] From 2015 to 2017, some promotional and official singles were unveiled anticipating the album's release including "Rubber Band Stacks",[6][7] "Happy Days",[8][9] "Nasty",[10] "Paper or Plastic",[11][12][13][14] and "Living Out Loud featuring Sia,[15][16][17] which ended up being the first Candy's charting song peaking at number 4 at the Billboard's US Dance Club Songs chart.[18] RCA stated that the album was set for a spring 2017 release.[19]

In the summer of 2017, Candy parted ways with RCA Records. In an interview, she stated that Sony owned the songs so after her departure the album was cancelled. During June, Candy spoke with magazine Bullett about her experience with RCA Records, stating: "I feel like I’ve been in a weird Matrix glitch for the past three or four years, but I’m finally out of it—back at square one, but way healthier." Candy also said she had begun planning an EP set to be released during the summer. "I’m working on a new EP that’s like punk-rap—it’s just what I’ve been feeling. I want to make music everyone can dance to. I never particularly wanted to make mainstream pop music—it just seemed like a great opportunity and a really cool way for me to build a fucking massive platform to spread a conscious, positive message to young girls and the queer community. But I think I have a better chance of doing that if I just stay true to what I’m good at—making raw and authentic rap music, and just being myself."[20] From mid-2017 to early 2018 Candy returned to her career as an independent artist with self-released singles "Volcano"[21] and "For Free".[22][23]

Later she signed with independent record label WonderSound Records and released two singles with them; "War" intended as the lead single of a later scrapped EP tentatively titled Who Cares[24][25] and "My Sex" featuring Pussy Riot, MNDR and Mykki Blanco[26][27][28][29][30]

On November 7, 2018, Candy stated that releasing a first full-length album was still a possibility. "Because of my experience with Sony, I must have made like 60 songs and they just never let me put any of them out. I had a full album ready to go and that kind of burnt me a little bit and put a bad taste in my mouth. I questioned my music and my art for a while and just stopped making it completely,” Candy explained. “I’ll release the next couple of songs but I’m planning an album and it’s in the works. I don’t want to jump ahead and say things because if things don’t happen like, godammit!"[31] Before the end of the year two more singles were self-released; "Nuts" featuring American songwriter and rapper Lil Aaron[32] and a joint single alongside production team Ojivolta called "Oomph".[33]

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