Nate Dogg: Warren G, G-Funk, and the Robbery That Wasn’t

Nate Dogg: Warren G, G-Funk, and the Robbery That Wasn’t

Snoop was an amazing rapper; Warren G was a solid producer; and Nate Dogg did something that no one else in hip-hop did credibly at the time. He sang.

Nate Dogg – Wikipedia

Nathaniel Dwayne Hale (August 19, 1969 – March 15, 2011), known professionally as Nate Dogg, was an American rapper, singer, songwriter, and actor. Hale initially began his career as a member of the California rap trio 213 , alongside his longtime friend Warren G and cousin Snoop Dogg .

Born: August 19, 1969, Clarksdale, Mississippi, U.S.

Nate Dogg Dead at 41; Crooned on ‘Regulate’ With Warren G

But Nate Dogg and Warren G dropped their own hit, «Regulate» the next year. Together they pushed a style of music they called «G-Funk» — a smooth, bass-heavy blend of hip-hop and R&B.

Nate Dogg – YouTube

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Warren G Remembers Nate Dogg, Claims Pioneering G-Funk

Exclusive: Warren G says that Nate Dogg was heading towards making Gospel music at the time of his stroke, and says there are several unheard albums worth of material together.

Nate Dogg ft. Xzibit & Arm Robbery – The Hard Way – YouTube

Oct 07, 2010 · – Genre: West Coast Hip-Hop, G-Funk, R&B – Year: 2002 Nate Dogg f. Warren G & DJ snoopfroggydogg 374,189 views. 4:13. 50+ videos Play all Play now; Mix – Nate Dogg ft. Xzibit & Arm Robbery

Warren G Talks G-Funk Documentary –

“A lot of people have been part of an era, but Warren G is an era,” DJ Premier said in G Funk, a documentary exploring Warren G’s rise as an artist, and the impact that G Funk has had on rap

RegulateG Funk Era – Wikipedia

G Funk Era is the debut studio album by American rapper Warren G. It was released in June 7, 1994 by Violator Records and distributed by the Def Jam record label. The album’s biggest hit was the eponymous single » Regulate «, a gritty depiction of West Coast gang life which samples singer Michael McDonald ‘s hit » I Keep Forgettin’ (Every Time You’re Near) » and featured Nate Dogg .

Genre: West Coast hip hop, G-funk

Lord Infamous of Three 6 Mafia, First Rap Group to Win

Dec 24, 2013 · Also read: Nate Dogg: Warren G, G-Funk, and the Robbery That Wasn’t DJ Paul added in an interview with Rolling Stone : “He was a legend in the game, truly ahead of his time.

Nate Dogg – Hardest Man In Town – YouTube

Jul 28, 2011 · G-Funk Classics, Vol. 1 & 2 is the debut album by Nate Dogg. The album was originally to be released through Death Row Records in 1996, but the album was shelved due to …

Nate Dogg discography – Wikipedia

The discography of American recording artist Nate Dogg consists of three studio albums, one compilation album, one collaboration album, and 40 singles (including 35 singles as a featured artist).

Studio albums: 3