West Coast legend Kokane is giving fans a taste of what’s to come with a preview of his upcoming collaboration with East Palo Alto producer ProHoeZak. The track, titled “Dey Don’t Funk Like Diz,” promises to be another banger from the dynamic duo and will be featured on ProHoeZak’s highly anticipated forthcoming album.
ProHoeZak and Kokane have a history of creating magic together. They previously collaborated on the track “I’m Not Him,” with Celly Cel which also featured Snoop Dogg, and Suga Free. Additionally, they joined forces on “The World Is Mine,” which was included on the SugaKane joint album from Kokane and Suga Free.
ProHoeZak’s upcoming album is set to be a star-studded affair featuring an impressive lineup of artists. In addition to Kokane, the album will include appearances from artists such as Too Short, Kurupt of the Dogg Pound, Dru Down, E-40, Sean T, and Mistah Fab, among others.
Kokane, known for his smooth vocals and soulful delivery, is a legend in the West Coast rap scene. With a career spanning over three decades, he has worked with some of the biggest names in the industry, including Dr. Dre, Snoop Dogg, and Eazy-E. His contribution to the G-Funk era and his signature sound has solidified his place as one of the most respected artists in the game.
ProHoeZak, hailing from East Palo Alto, is a multi-faceted producer who has been making waves in the music industry for years. He has a knack for creating infectious beats and has worked with a wide range of artists, including the iconic 2Pac, Teddy Riley, Snoop Dogg, Mount Westmore, Sugar Ray, and more. His forthcoming album is set to showcase his production skills and highlight his ability to bring together a diverse group of artists for an unforgettable musical experience.
As fans eagerly await the release of ProHoeZak’s album, the preview of “Dey Don’t Funk Like Diz” featuring Kokane has only heightened the excitement. The combination of ProHoeZak’s stellar production and Kokane’s smooth vocals is sure to create a track that will resonate with fans of West Coast rap and beyond.