Shorty B Tells Soren Baker How Wilt Chamberlain Made Him Move To California, Meeting George Clinton Of Parliament Funkadelic + More On Unique Access Interview

For nearly 30-plus years, the always heard, but seldom seen multi-platinum producer Shorty B has produced on a mammoth amount of gold & multi-platinum projects for several of the music industry’s biggest records like Digital Underground, Too Short, the Menace II Society soundtrack, the TLC diamond-selling CrazySexyCool, T.I., MC Breed, Ant Banks, Nelly, Rappin’ 4-Tay, Cee-Lo Green, Spice-1 and many others.

He’s produced countless hits for several of the biggest labels like Universal, Atlantic, Interscope, Ruthless, Bad Boy, Priority, Jive, and others.

Today, Shorty B stopped by Unique Access Entertainment to discuss how NBA icon Wilt Chamberlain made him want to move to California, meeting legendary Parliament Funkadelic head George Clinton, and how he and famed funk/rock guitarist Michael Hampton became the best of friends.

The veteran rapper-producer-musician also tells Soren Baker why he thinks go-go never hit nationally, having a gold-selling record with Digital Underground’s 1991 release Sons Of The P before meeting Too Short, and more.

Check out part 1 of the Shorty B interview with Soren Baker on Unique Access Entertainment below: