Brooke Candy Cruises With an All-Female Motorcycle Crew in 'FMU' Video: Watch

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Brooke Candy featuring Rico Nasty, "FMU"

Sometimes, a good pairing just feels right. Peanut butter and chocolate. Cookies and milk. And, as we've now learned, Brooke Candy and motorcycles. 

On Monday (Oct. 21), Candy unnveiled her new single and music video for "FMU", the final single off of her frist studio album Sexorcism (due out Friday, Oct. 25). The new song, which features rising rap star Rico Nasty, sees Brooke once again leaning accessing her sexual side, as she owns herself and asks her lover to please her. "Motorcycle bitch clique/ Taking names and sucking dick/ Fuck me up," she raps. 

The video imagines that "clique" literally: Shot in Bend, Oregon, the video (directed by Candy herself) sees the star teaming up with a real-life all-female motorcycle crew, as they tear through the woods of Oregon, burn things, play with llamas, all while clad in leather chaps and not much else. "I could be your dirty little/ Murder weapon, sex doll, cyanide sour skittle/ Fuck me up," Candy raps.

In a statement released with the video -- in which Rico does not appear -- Candy said that channeling the power of women was something she felt was very important for this particular song and visual.

"Showcasing women at their most powerful, especially doing something that's typically so male-dominated, has always been important to me in my art," she said. "To have Rico on this track really took it to the edge of what I've always wanted to create ... I got to see so much beauty in all these renegade women through these collaborations -- Mother Earth included. I hope it inspires others to submerge themselves in something greater."

Check out Brooke Candy's new video for "FMU" below, and pre-order her new album Sexorcism here.


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