Candice Anitras maiden sonic voyage began in 2008 with her stunning first EP, Easier. She followed up two years later with her full-length debut, Bark Then Bite, produced by Joel Hamilton (Matisyahu, Talib Kweli, Nina Simone). The album received praises from respected media outlets, such as Soul Tracks, Rolling Out, and Soul Bounce. Teaming up with Hamilton yet again, her breathtaking sophomore album, Big Tree, was issued in 2012. At the height of Big Trees critical acclaim, CentricTV.com raved about her endless stage presence, while legendary musician/recording artist Meshell Ndegeocello remarked that her voice is a pure and beautiful instrument. On the heels of the acclaim, Candice Anitra found herself gracing stages at venues such as the Brooklyn Academy of Music (BAM), Brooklyn Museum, and the world famous Blue Note and Apollo.