Singer-songwriter Kandice Cherelle dedicates single to domestic violence survivors and victims
Atlanta, Ga.— In honor of domestic violence victims and survivors everywhere, singer-songwriter and R&B artist Kandice Cherelle, is dedicating her single “Broken” in their honor.
Kandice Cherelle, a Metro Atlanta native and domestic violence survivor, is using her firsthand experience with domestic violence to help uplift other women and men.
Kandice Cherelle’s single, “Broken” talks about taking time to heal from the trauma of life so you can be the best person you can be. Domestic violence is a cause that she takes very seriously, but brokenness can hail from any situation. She decided to release the single in October , because it is National Domestic Violence Awareness Month. Click here to listen to “Broken” and access the official Broken EPK along with press approved photos.
Kandice Cherelle’s mission is to entertain, inspire, and help her fans heal through music. Transitioning from gospel, she is using her testimony to help others, especially domestic violence victims, who feel “broken.”
“I truly believe that healing is possible, especially through music,” Kandice Chrelle said. “We’ve all been broken or felt defeated at some point. This song talks about putting health and self care first. Healing is possible.”
Broken will be available for download on all digital platforms, October 14, 2022.
Kandice Cherelle is an independent, self-managed artist.
About Kandice Cherelle
Entertain, inspire, heal: this is the mission of R&B songstress and pianist, Kandice Cherelle. Kandice Cherelle is using her real life experiences of hurt, disappointment and shame to inspire: the true definition of turning lemons into lemonade.
She has shared her music with the world, winning several talent competitions such as Miss Georgia Congeniality Beauty Contest, the Junior Miss Academic Scholarship Contest, the Best Crowd Pleaser Award for the Unsigned Artist Showcase, the Talent Award for the Miss Georgia State University Pageant, and other local shows. Kandice was also nominated for the 2014 Prayze Factor Awards in the Urban Gospel, Christian Pop, and the Rhythm & Praise categories. Kandice was nominated for the Talented Tenth Christian Academy’s 2017 Female Christian Artist of the Year. Kandice’s music has also been featured on Sirius XM for many months.
She has performed for numerous functions including the National Head Start Program Convention. Kandice has traveled and performed throughout the country. She has opened up for gospel sensations Luther Barnes, Le’Andria Johnson, and Alexis Spight to name a few.
Kandice is passionate about writing music that is relatable. Her mission is to inspire, entertain and help her fans and listeners heal through music. Kandice is transparent with her fans and desires to build a relationship with them.She is also an advocate for domestic violence victims and survivors.
Kandice is finishing her EP, “The Makeover,” which is a mixture of R&B, Hip Hop and Urban AC.
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