Who made the Candy Dance?

First released back in 1986 by Cameo, led by codpiece connoisseur Larry Blackmon, “Candy” followed the group’s smash hit “Word Up” and went on to be sampled by a myriad of artists including Mariah Carey and 2Pac.

When did the Candy song come out?

1986

Who produced candy shop?

In an interview with XXL magazine, rapper Fat Joe claimed that he helped produce the track while working with producer Scott Storch. “Candy Shop” is a mid-tempo dance-floor track. The song was produced by Scott Storch, who took influence from Middle Eastern music.

Who is the female singer in candy?

Q: Who is the woman who sings the duet with Iggy Pop on his song, “Candy”? A: The woman you hear singing the duet with Iggy is none other than Kate Pierson of the B-52’s.

Did Fat Joe produce candy shops?

In an interview with XXL magazine, rapper Fat Joe claimed that he helped produce the track while working with producer Scott Storch. He stated: “I’m pretty sure the world don’t know we actually produced Candy Shop together. I produced it with him (Storch)

Who made the Electric Slide?

The Electric (better known as The Electric Slide) is a four wall line dance set to Marcia Griffiths and Bunny Wailer’s song “Electric Boogie”. Choreographer, pianist and Broadway performer Richard L. “Ric” Silver created the dance in 1976 from a demo of the Bunny Wailer recording.


Videos

Cameo – Candy (Official Music Video)

Cameo – Candy (Official Music Video)

@ndrea – Candy Dance


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