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 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: