Pop-rapper and self-proclaimed “Freaky Princess” Brooke Candy is known for her no-holds-barred approach to music, complete with clever (and often quite raunchy) lyricism and over-the-top visuals. Today she releases the self-directed video for “Nymph,” the opening track of her debut album Sexorcism, and it’s no exception.
The clip follows Candy as a mythological creature deep in the woods, frolicking through trees and rivers along with other nymphs. “I’m suckin’ my unicorn every night / My fairies and sirens be swimming in Sprite,” she raps on the classically Candy track while tied up in Shibari ropes against a tree in the sexual fantasyland of the visual. “This song combines two sides of my personality: the whimsical, innocent little girl and the confident, hyper-sexualized woman,” Candy details in a press release.
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