ProHoeZak Talks Stealing Cars To Open For Public Enemy, Why He’s Changed His Name So Often + More On Unique Access Interview

In part 3 of his interview, East Palo Alto, CA producer ProHoeZak sits down with Soren Baker of Unique Access Entertainment to reflect on the time he stole a car in order to open for legendary hip-hop group Public Enemy, why he changed his name from C-Funk to ProHoeZak, and more.

In previous installments of the Unique Access interview with ProHoeZak, the veteran producer discusses why Too Short changed the “Ain’t Gone Do It” chorus from the original version which featured the multi-faceted rapper-producer-singer, explains why he hated the Bay Area’s hyphy sound initially, why he makes his beats with hooks, details getting a call from Def Jam Recordings over a sample for a Snoop Dogg song that he didn’t use on From Tha Streets 2 The Suites album, getting production placements on the upcoming Mount Westmore album, and more.

Check out part 3 of the interview with ProHoeZak on Unique Access below: