K-Dee Talks ‘Ass, Gas Or Cash’ Album, Picking “Hittin’ Corners” As A Single, Mack 10 Wanting To Change His Verse On “H-O-E-K”, Working With Bootsy Collins + More On Unique Access

During part 2 of the interview with K-Dee, the former Lench Mob Records artist continues on with Unique Access Entertainment to discuss Bootsy Collins of Parliament-Funkadelic and Bootsy’s Rubber Band playing on his debut album Ass, Gas, or Cash (No One Rides for Free), explains Mack 10 wanting to change his ”H-O-E-K” verse from the Inglewood, California rapper’s 1995 debut album Mack 10, and why K-Dee picked “Hittin Corners” as a single from his 1994 release on Ice Cube‘s label.

During part 1 of his interview with host Soren Baker, K-Dee also discussed working for Street Knowledge Records (the initial incarnation of the Ice Cube-led record label), forming the original Stereo Crew with Ice Cube & Sir Jinx, and signing to Epic Records, moving from Epic Records to the Alonzo Williams-ran Kru-Cut Records and changing their group name to C.I.A., and so much more during this incredible interview.

Check out part 2 of the K-Dee interview with Soren Baker on Unique Access Entertainment below: