Is Candiace Enough?: Atlanta R&B star and former Miss United States Candiace (full name Candiace Dillard-Bassett) has released a new single, “Is it Enough,” from her Deep Space debut album.

“I got everything right here. Is it enough for you?” she croons as she dances in what looks like a pool filled with purple milk and flowers. Hey — the video somehow fits the lush, sensual vibes.

According to the press release, “Candiace has built widespread hype with her debut album, Deep Space. Right out of the gate, it opened with more than half a million streams in its first week. It also notably became one of the Top 25 R&B albums in the country, reaching #24 on the Billboard Current R&B album chart. In addition to success on the charts, the record earned praise from R&B superstars Anita Baker and Toni Braxton.”

Candiace’s “Is it Enough?” is out now.

Candiace press bio:

“Candiace Dillard-Bassett is a sassy and savvy former Miss United States, hailing from Atlanta, Georgia. At an early age, the Real Housewives of Potomac star learned what excellence looked like from observing her parents, who served in the United States Air Force and worked in different facets of the medical field. A graduate of Howard University, she served a tenure in the White House Offices of Public Engagement and Intergovernmental Affairs, where she liaised between the White House and the African American community for President Barack Obama. She later traded in her suit and heels for the campaign trail, where she served as a staffer for President Obama’s 2012 reelection campaign. In 2013, Candiace won the crown and title of Miss United States and hasn’t looked back since. While she takes pride in her background in public service, she considers herself an artist at heart and is no stranger to performing. She can be seen guest starring alongside Tia Mowry as the spunky Sunita Chanel in Netflix’s Family Reunion; as Tammy in the BET holiday film The Christmas Lottery and again on BET this Fall as Rita in It Takes Two.”

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