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New York, NY — Rising R&B powerhouse CANDIACE refreshes her fan-favorite “Fine Whine” with an official re-release of the single. It graces her acclaimed 2022 full-length album, Deep Space (Deluxe Editon).

On the track, a dreamy soundscape uplifted by charging 808s and sizzling hi-hats immediately captivates as CANDIACE follows with a flurry of enchanting vocals. Her lyrics teem with emotion, detailing her uncontainable love and attraction for a significant other. Leaning into unforgettable melodies, it hinges on her anthemic hook, “Sexy fine whine, dutty fine whine, that shit I like.” She continues to urge, “Come and lay in my sheets tonight.”

Stay tuned for the official music video premiering on Friday, November 10. The single will also be featured in MTV's upcoming film Noah’s Arc, premiering this winter.

It arrives on the heels of her recent collaboration with Drew Sidora, “Affirmations, Pt. II.” The latter has garnered more than 175k Spotify streams while also reeling in critical acclaim from the likes of Rated R&B, That Grape Juice, Broadway World, and more.

In other news, CANDIACE just wrapped up the second leg of her highly-successful “Deep Space” Tour. Throughout 2023, she lit up stages across the nation with performances in Chicago, IL, Nashville, TN, New York, NY, and Atlanta, GA, to name a few.

Fans can tune into Season 8 of Real Housewives of Potomac to watch CANDIACE shine on the big screen.

CANDIACE built widespread hype with last year’s Deep Space. In its first week, it opened with more than half a million streams and has garnered north of 7.5 million streams to date. It achieved #24 on the Billboard Current R&B Albums Chart and also peaked at #4 on the iTunes R&B/Soul chart. Additionally, it earned praise from the likes of Anita Baker, Nicki Minaj, and Toni Braxton.

She then re-upped, re-energized, and recharged her acclaimed full-length debut album with eight recordings, including “INSECURE” [feat. Trina].

Right out of the gate, “INSECURE” incited critical applause and earned plugs from the likes of Bossip and That Grape Juice, who noted, "The ‘Real Housewives of Potomac’ star has been making solid strides with tracks such as ‘Drive Back’ and its housing album ‘Deep Space.’ And the trajectory continues with her newest number.” Rated R&B raved, “The spicy track contains some of the bluntest lyrics and heartfelt vocals as Candiace lets a fragile lover know it’s all him and not her, putting a damper on their relationship.” BET highlighted, “she’s telling the insecure folks about themselves.”

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