In part 3 of the interview with former Lench Mob Records artist K-Dee, the Los Angeles-based rapper continues with Unique Access Entertainment in discussing how he’d fit in on songs like “Hoo-Bangin’ (WSCG Style)” & the Bud’da-produced “Do You Like Criminals” when Ice Cube called him in to do the Westside Connection features.
K-Dee also tells host Soren Baker about going to Houston to work with Devin The Dude and putting together “Make Money” with CJ Mac and legendary Oakland producer Ant Banks for the Big Thangs compilation.
In previous installments of the interview with 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.
Other topics explored include Bootsy Collins of Parliament-Funkadelic and Bootsy’s Rubber Band playing on Ass, Gas, or Cash (No One Rides for Free), 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.
Check out part 3 of the K-Dee interview with Soren Baker on Unique Access Entertainment below: