Diamond-Selling Producer Shorty B Says He Tried To Talk Too Short Out Of Doing “Cocktales,” Ant Banks Respecting His Talent & Talks Making “Funk Session” With Shock G

Diamond-selling producer Shorty B stops by Unique Access Entertainment for part 2 of his conversation with host Soren Baker to discuss how he tried to talk Too Short out of doing Cocktails. The veteran rapper-producer-musician, formerly of the multi-platinum production unit The Dangerous Crew, also talks about Ant Banks respecting his talent & why he and the late Shock G of Digital Underground worked so well together.

Shorty B has produced a mammoth amount of gold & multi-platinum projects for several of the music industry’s biggest artists including T-Boz, Chili, and the late Left Eye‘s R&B / Hip-Hop group TLC on their 1994 diamond-selling CrazySexyCool, Digital Underground, Too Short on four consecutive platinum-selling albums, T.I. with Urban Legend and King, MC BreedAnt Banks, NellyRappin’ 4-TayCee-Lo GreenSpice-1, and numerous others.

In part 1, Shorty B discussed 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, and how he had a gold-selling record with Digital Underground’s 1991 release Sons Of The P before meeting Too Short, and more.

Check out part 2 of the Shorty B interview with Soren Baker on Unique Access Entertainment below: