Philadelphia-born R&B vocalist Candice Anitra explored a burning up desire for the performing arts when, in 2000, she relocated to wait N.Con.U.’s Tisch College from the Arts. Furthermore to teaching as an acting professional and vocalist, she performed in rings, wrote materials for stage productions, and performed on-stage. Close to the end of 2008, she released her 1st documenting, Easier, an EP made by the Pressure Theory team. Bark After that Bite, made by Easier engineer Joel Hamilton and offering instrumentation from Dub Trio, showed up the following 12 months. It showcased her concurrently probing and magnetic vocal design, with her poetic lyrics supported by energetic electronics-enhanced productions that forced the limitations of regular R&B.