Candice Ferguson is an American Recording Artist who was born in Roanoke, Virginia and raised in Houston Texas. She has an effervescent, radiant, glowing sound and glorious vocal strength. Candice Ferguson found her gift in singing at the age of 11 when she auditioned for and was chosen to join her middle school choir. By age 16, Candice Ferguson joined a gospel group called Agape 3:16 which dismantled shortly after only one short year. After the split, Candice Ferguson continued her pursuit as an R&B solo artist and began recording in studios, collaborating with local artists in Houston, and performing at various venues around Texas. After careful consideration, and uncertainty, she decided that it was time to spread her wings, as she packed her bags in hopes of a better life for herself and moved to Atlanta, Georgia not knowing anyone.
Atlanta proved to be a very promising move for Candice Ferguson as her career began to take shape before her eyes. She began performing at various shows in Atlanta, and surrounding states. While in Atlanta, she vocal trained at Jan Smith Studios, one of the top vocal studios in Atlanta; which is famous for training many of the successful Gold and Platinum selling artists you see today. Candice Ferguson has had the opportunity to work with successful songwriters and producers such as Dayton Wellington - writer for J. Holiday, Terrence Hancock, JStylz from the group Blackstreet, Spec Turner who has written for Whitney Houston, and Grammy award winner Tommie Ford. She was also afforded the opportunity to expand her talent by performing the National Anthem for the Nascar Nationwide Series televised live on ESPN2.
Candice Ferguson now resides in Los Angeles, California, and her goal is to build her musical brand. She is continuously in pursuit of perfection, always wanting to hone her craft, and remains in the studio recording, writing, and performing in the LA area. While Candice Ferguson started her solo career singing R&B music, she says, “I don’t really like to put myself in one genre, because my voice is very versatile and well rounded. It's like putting me in a box, when I can fit into more than one.”