Smoking is supposed to calm you and slow things down, but when you’re in the Smokers Room with Booth newcomer Candice, things seem to move a little more quickly. On her debut feature, Candice impresses with a smokers’ anthem unlike any other. Accompanied by a soulful instrumental from JFK (and ad libs from Ne-Yo), Candice showcases a silky, fluttering vocal style with a strong jazz influence. The concept is equally intriguing; she creates the atmosphere of being in a smoky (and steamy) smoking room, where she encounters a suitor or two. Fans will be able to find Smokers Room and much more on Candice’s upcoming Live From the Smokers Room project, due out later this month.
Written by Lucas G. on 11/4/13
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