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Brooke Candy Champions the Queer Identity in New Sia Collab 'Living Out Loud'

Brooke Candy

The video displays Candy alongside a diverse cast dressed confidently in matching white lace gowns.

Brooke Candy drops today the music video for her latest single, "Living Out Loud," featuring vocals from the one and only Sia. The visual seems to champion the queer identity, as Candy's shown alongside a diverse cast dressing confidently in matching white lace gowns--"Nobody can stop me now," she wails with Sia. "I'm screaming my demons out."

Candy elects to display herself in a softer, more subdued presentation throughout the video without losing the exciting git of her previous projects--the rap-pop artist recently crossed out her "Opulence" tattoo, and replaced it with the word, "Nevermind," alluding to a shift in creative direction. Still in the video, Candy rides on a motorcycle performing wheelies and crawls on the ground like a spider wearing bondage gear.

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"Living Out Loud" was a collaboration between Sia, Greg Kurstin, Geoffrey Early and Priscilla Renea. Sia herself does not physically appear in the video, but in classic form--dancers with her signature black-and-white bobbed wigs. The hitmaker is executive producing Candy's forthcoming debut album through RCA Records, which currently doesn't have a release date.

Take a look, below:

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