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RIP Nate Dogg!!

R.I.P. to my fellow West Coast Hip-Hop Pioneer Nate Dogg!! In the studio he was a consumate professional that took his craft very seriously. I was always impressed to see him put in work on any type of track– hip-hop, r&b or any kind of risk-taking beats. He was always secure within himself and his skills. Away from the studio he was a strong street soldier, had incredible business savvy and was always loyal, trustworthy and reliable. He “repped” the LBC well! He “repped” Hip-Hip well! He “repped” strong Black Men well! He will be sorely missed, especially by his family and those who knew him better than I. I send my condolences to his family, to all his homies in the LBC and to all his folks in the Hip-Hop game!!

Nat Dogg BIO

He’s known as the soul man of G-funk, and before his first album had ever been released, Nate Dogg made appearances on several huge hits: “Regulate” with Warren G, 2Pac’s All Eyez on Me, and the soundtrack to Murder Was the Case. The cousin of Snoop Dogg, Nate was born in Los Angeles and began working with Warren early in the ’90s. By 1994, the duo hit number two on the pop charts with “Regulate,” from the soundtrack to Above the Rim. The two later severed their relationship, with Warren going on to multi-platinum success. Nate scored again in 1996 with “Never Leave Me Alone,” featuring Snoop, and released his debut album, G-Funk Classics, Vols. 1 & 2, early the following year on Interscope. John Bush, Rovi
 

 

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