Shorty B Tells Story Of Helping Eazy-E Break Into His Car, Explains Why Too Short Didn’t Freestyle & Reveals “Buy You Some” History + More On Unique Access Interview

During part 3 of the interview with former Dangerous Crew producer Shorty B, the veteran producer continues with Unique Access Entertainment to discuss how he helped the late Ruthless Records and N.W.A founder Eazy-E break into his car after locking his keys inside at the Arsenio Hall Show, explains why Too Short didn’t freestyle and reveals some of the history of putting together “Buy You Some” with Erick Sermon of EPMD.

The diamond-certified producer also tells host Soren Baker about working the late MC Breed, producing with former fellow Digital Underground & Dangerous Crew producer Ramon “Pee-Wee” Gooden on “Sample The Funk” and using the Ohio Player‘s “Funky Worm” as inspiration, and how moving to and living in Atlanta played a part in his musical style and career.

In previous episodes of the Unique Access interview, Shorty B discussed 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, and how he had a gold-selling record with Digital Underground’s 1991 release Sons Of The P before meeting Too Short, attempting to talk Too Short out of doing Cocktails, Ant Banks respecting his talent & why he and the late Shock G of Digital Underground worked so well together.

Check out part 3 of the Shorty B interview with Soren Baker on Unique Access Entertainment below: