Flashmag Digizine Edition Issue 99 November 2019 - Page 24

Prince once said that Kandace Springs “has a voice that could melt snow.” The late music icon heard Springs’ cover of Sam Smith’s “Stay with Me” online in 2014 and invited her to perform with him at Paisley Park for the 30th anniversary of Purple Rain. The impromptu discovery of this muse translates with acuity the allegory of talent, which as the sunlight cannot be hidden indefinitely. career. After her self-titled EP, released in 2014, a work acclaimed by music savvies, that saw her perform on Letterman, Kimmel and Fallon shows, as well as the Afropunk and Bonnaroo festivals. Many were eager to state that she's a vocal force to be reckoned with, while a versatile style could only add vitality to her art.

In 2016 Kandace’s debut album Soul Eyes confirmed what we knew of her ability, with a remarkably mature artistic voice, that echoed through the tunes of R&B, Soul and Pop, she blended with her jazz influences and sounds of her Nashville upbringing.





kandace springs

A Multiverse Voice

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Photo- Mathieu Bitton