Ant Banks Preps “Anthology Of Ant Banks” Book & Soundtrack, Talks Social Media, Working On New Too Short Project; MC Eiht Discusses Kendrick Lamar, Lil Baby, Fatherhood + More With No Vultures Podcast

Lord Rab and the No Vultures podcast dropped the last installment of the interview series with Ant Banks and MC Eiht, where they discuss Kendrick Lamar, Lil Baby, fatherhood, and their thoughts on social media, Ant Banks reveals the upcoming Anthology of Ant Banks book and soundtrack, an upcoming Too Short project, and more.

In previous episodes, Ant Banks detailed the now-legendary freestyle battle held between two legendary Oakland rap duos, Yukmouth & Numskull of the Luniz and Rappin’ Ron & Ant Diddley Dog of Bad N-Fluenz, gave more insight into the backstory of him, Too Short, and the Dangerous Crew‘s move to Atlanta, GA, how he and Oaktown legend Pooh-Man connected and created the Oakland weed anthem “Fuckin’ Wit’ Dank”, connecting with Too Short and Jive Records as an artist/producer, and more.

MC Eiht spoke on his now-dissolved feud with fellow Compton legend DJ Quik, the history of the “Def Wish”, the notorious “Dollaz & Sense” Quik aimed at the Compton’s Most Wanted frontman, taking on the role of A-Wax in the Hughes Brothers Menace II Society film and the impact the movie had on his career, among other topics.

Check out the final installment of the No Vultures podcast interview with Ant Banks & MC Eiht below: