kinglear Posted April 20, 2005 Share Posted April 20, 2005 She's the woman who wrote Brandy's "Should I Go" and "I Tried," which both sample Coldplay. She's a Coldplay fan as well. I talked online to a girl who knows Walter Milsap and his sister. Well, here's a some info on Candice. Candice is a 25-year-old from Arkansas and her husband Walter Milsap is from Memphis, TN. Her album is expected to come out later this year on Walter's label Conjunctions. They're not sure what the distributor for the label will be. Also, they're not going to show any photos of Candice until the release of her first single. But I did get a description of her. She's a caramel-skinned, a little thick and a little chesty. The name GG stands for "Ghood Girl." As in she's "Good" and she's "Hood." She also demos all of her songs. Her musical influences include the Clark Sisters, Coldplay and a lot of old school music. She's even inspired by hip-hop artists like Nas. She says working with Brandy is like working with your sister. She also says Brandy knocks out songs like nobody's business. Her upcoming songwriting projects are new songs for Ron Isley's upcoming album. Look out for the song Walter and Candice wrote for Ray J's album called "Unbelievable." Here's her resume. She's written like 100 more songs than this. Candice Nelson’s Resume Songs Candice co-wrote with Walter Milsap for Kiley Dean’s album Simple Girl Cross the Line No Just Like That Kiss Me Like That Keep it Movin America Simple Girl Stay Away from My Boyfriend As Days Gone By Make Me A Song By Your Side by Kiley Dean & Utada Hikaru (2004) From the album Athens: Unity; written by Candice Nelson, Walter Milsap and Kiley Dean and a couple others; produced by Timbaland Heartburn by Alicia Keys (2004) (J Records) From the album The Diary of Alicia Keys; written by Candice Nelson, Walter Milsap and Alicia Keys; produced by Timbaland I’ve Been Changed by Karen Clark Sheard (2003) (Elektra) From the album 2nd Chance; written by Candice and Walter; produced by Walter Milsap Insane by Timbaland & Magoo (2003) (Blackground/Universal) from the album Under Construction II; written by Walter Milsap & Magoo; produced by Timbaland Songs that Candice co-wrote with Walter Milsap for Brandy’s 2004 album Afrodisiac (Atlantic) How I Feel; produced by Walter Milsap Who Is She 2 U; produced by Timbaland I Tried (interpolates lyrics from Coldplay’s “Sparks”); produced by Timbaland Focus; produced by Timbaland Turn it Up; produced by Timbaland Saddidy Finally Should I Go (samples Coldplay’s “Clocks”) Adios feat. Sean Paul (not included on final release) Noddin Off (not included on final release) Songs Candice wrote for Kiley Dean that are unreleased Brokenhearted I Wish Songs Written by Candice and performed by her Act Like You Know ATL First You Had It All Hot Mmm… One Wish Wish I Never Met You Dat Dude by Victoria Beckham Issues by Unknown artist Miss You; written by Candice Nelson & Walter Milsap Not the One by Final 4; written by Candice Nelson & Walter Milsap Rather Be with You; written by Candice Nelson & Walter Milsap Resentment by Victoria Beckham; written by Candice Nelson & Walter Milsap She Don’t by Letoya Luckett; from Letoya’s upcoming solo album on Capitol Records; written by Candice Nelson & Walter Milsap So Easy; written by Candice Nelson & Walter Milsap Something I Wanna Give You by Sunshine Anderson The Victim by R.L.; written by R.L., Candice Nelson & Walter Milsap Unbelievable by Ray J feat. Shorty Mack; written by Candice Nelson, Walter Milsap, Ray J & Noel Fisher; produced by Timbaland What Happen by R.L.; written by R.L., Candice Nelson & Walter Milsap Why; written by Candice Nelson & Walter Milsap You Would Never; written by Candice Nelson & Walter Milsap Don’t Push Me; written by Candice Nelson & Walter Milsap I Wanna Move; written by Candice Nelson & Walter Milsap; produced by Mike City Rollin by John D.O.E.; Candice intros the song and sings hook; produced by Timbaland Never Forget the Day by Brent Jones (2001) extra vocals: Candice Nelson Get Up! By Brent Jones (2001) Don’t Take My Girl Away by Dave Hollister (2000) (Motown); written by Candice and Walter; produced by Walter Milsap; from the 2000 album Chicago 85: The Movie.; Candice sings the hook with Dave Hollister He’ll Be Back by Jennifer Lopez (2005) (Epic) from the album Rebirth; written by Candice Nelson, Walter Milsap; produced by Timbaland; extra vocals: Candice Nelson He’ll Arrive (Coming Back) by Yolanda Adams (1999) (Elektra) written by Candice Nelson, Walter Milsap; produced by Walter Milsap; background vocals: Candice Nelson, Yolanda Adams, Kelly Price Handle Your Business by the Johnson Sisters (2003) (Dreamworks) from the album Ice Cream; written by Walter Milsap, Candice Nelson & R.L.; produced by Walter Milsap Someone by the Johnson Sisters (2003) (Dreamworks) from the album Ice Cream; written by Walter Milsap, Candice Nelson & R.L.; produced by Walter Milsap Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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