Candi B. producer/songwriter/vocalist, dubbed Detroit's, "Candigirl" and the "Golden Child". I am a young Maestro.My sound has no boundaries; I am influenced by funk/hiphop/pop/r&b/gospel.
Candice Alena producer/songwriter/vocalist, dubbed Detroit's, "Candigirl" and the "Golden Child" embraced her gift of music at a young age." It is quite natural for her to carry the gift of music, coming from a musical family mom, Christal Jenkins vocalist and writer, and her late uncle bassist/guitarist, she was a studio kid. "As a kid in the studio, I was told not to touch anything. I began secretly recording songs on my tape recorder and sneaking to make beats until it was revealed, Hey, she's a young maestro."
Taken under the wing of a few industry musicians and mentored by musician bassist/producer Edward "Tony" Green, Candice began producing tracks and recording for many artist in Detroit's late Sound Sweet studio. As a young teen she started a singing group and created a writing duo. She also appeared on the independent movie soundtrack "Street Life".
After high school Candice proceeded to college earning a Bachelors and Masters in Business, realizing the importance of education and complimenting her efforts in any career. Currently residing in Chicago, this Grammy member is well anticipated and expected to achieve greatness. Inspiration of her music comes from everybody. "As a Motown girl, my sound has no boundaries; I am influenced by funk/hiphop/pop/r&b/gospel. My music is like a snapshot of my mind and heart at any given moment, I have embraced my gift and I am looking forward to revealing it."