Born and raised in Queens, New York, Candace Lee Camacho is an internationally recognized composer, songwriter, and performance artist. She is probably most known for her work under the stage name duendita. In late 2015, her breakout record “one of one” went viral, impacting the lo-fi hip-hop scene forever. Her music has been sampled by hundreds of producers, notably TomppaBeats, PHILO, simon eng and Ken-I-Produce. In 2014, Candace scored the French feature film "Swim Little Fish Swim" which received nods from SXSW Film, Gen Art Festival and Créteil International Women's Film Festival. She then worked on an audiobook containing ten original songs for The Museum of Modern Art’s retrospective “The Mystery of The Ordinary: Rene Magritte”. Recently, after completing an artist residency with Summit Series, Candace scored an off-Broadway production of Federico Garcia Lorca's "Los Títeres de Cachiporra" (1925). This past spring, she became the first musician in the world to broadcast a concert in virtual reality. nest Candace is currently writing, recording and releasing new material. Her latest single, “dream of me” was featured by Skrillex’s NEST HQ and on Spotify’s “Fresh Finds”, a playlist described as “essential highlights surfaced by Spotify’s tastemakers.” Keep up via Instagram and Soundcloud @duendita.