Candyman is a suave, laid-back but tough-rapping MC whose business top was “Knockin’ Shoes or boots,” a playful pop-rap one that entered Billboard’s R&B graph in Sept 1990 and finally crossed in to the Top Ten from the Hot 100. Delivered John B. Shaffer III (and occasionally defined as Candell Manson), the South Central LA native began rapping in the first ’80s and was an affiliate marketer of Ice-T’s Rhyme Syndicate. He’s also proven for the cover of N.W.A as well as the Posse, though his link with that crew continues to be considered happenstance. Early produces like “Cash Speak$,” co-produced by Afrika Islam, and “HIPHOP Addict,” had been released on Fila Ali’s Ruler Quality label. A demonstration documenting of “Knockin’ Boot styles” fascinated a cope with Epic, who released the song’s standard studio version as well as the MC’s debut record, Ain’t No Pity in My Video game, in 1990. THE VERY BEST 40 established was made by Candyman with longtime innovative partner Johnny J. The duo also directed another record for Epic, Playtime’s Over (1991), nonetheless it failed to graph, though the one “Oneighundredskytalkpinelevenotwosevenine” did place a sizeable dent in Billboard’s rap graph. Harder-sounding albums I Idea U Knew (1993), a BMG-distributed 3rd party record, and Phukk Whatcha Goin Thru (1995), released on small Ruckus, highlighted productions from famous brands DJ Quik, Prince Paul, and J-Swift and got limited commercial charm. Following a thorough break, Candyman released Knockin’ Boot styles 2001: A Sex Odyssey (2001). From then on, his recorded performances had been sporadic, including an area on the remix of Nas’ “Where Are They Today” (2007) and a cooperation with manufacturer J Bigga on the Miracles spoof entitled “Fuck Machine” (2011).