There are some exciting things happening in the G-House arena at the moment, through producers like Amine Edge & Dance, Mighty Mi & Slugworth, Shiba San, and others. Destructo just dropped his West Coast LP and follows up with non-album G-House remix of “Regulate.”
Stones Throw artist Dam Funk explains how he came upon this rare demo version of Snoop’s classic cut, “Ain’t No Fun”, back when it was a 213 cut. Read on: Bought, personally by me in 1993, from L.A.’s Slauson Swap Meet. Later version ‘with all the bells & whistles added on it’ came months later. [cont.]
2013 will see the release of Nate Dogg’s final LP, which will be made up of unreleased material, recorded before his death, along with some pretty high-profile guest appearances. Each Dr. Dre, Snoop Dogg, Eminem, Jay-Z, Mary J. Blige, among others, will appear on Nate Dogg: A Wonderful Life, which will hit on Seven Arts [cont.]
Directed by Frederic Esnault.
DJ Skee gets the drop on this new reunion of the Regulators, along with Game.
Warren G will be releasing a 5-track collaborative EP with Nate Dogg called No One Could Do It Better. “It’s pretty much done. I might drop it April 17 right after our first Coachella show. If not, by mid-May or June. Shit…I might decide to go hard virally with it. It’s that genuine G-Funk sound [cont.]
DJ Skee speaks with Warren G about the passing of his longtime friend and collaborator, Nate D-O-Double-G.
From the festival city known as Edmonton Alberta, Canada emerges “Rox” a self-motivated, goal oriented, career driven rap artist with an undying dream to make it to the top of the music charts. With music influences such as Ice Cube, Jay Z, Timbaland and 50 Cent “Rox” delivers a rap style described as a unique [cont.]
HHC UK speaks with Joell Ortiz and Crooked I about the forthcoming Shady Records LP, and later about the death of Nate Dogg.
Fonzarelli sits down and chats with the Source about the G-Funk legend. R.I.P Nate Dogg.
In the first clip, Pharoahe Monch spoke to Sumit of The Hip Hop Chronicle UK at SXSW last week. The rapper speaks on his new album and how his collaboration with Immortal Technique came about. Pharoahe also speaks on his writing process and how that has changed. Finally, he speaks on his memorable moment of [cont.]
Snoop shows off his new “Nate Dogg: All Doggs Go To Heaven” tattoo. Meanwhile, check out photos from Nate’s funeral here; each Snoop, Warren G, The Game, and others were in attendance.
Mac Miller, Freddie Gibbs, and Big K.R.I.T. perform live at The Agency Group/XXL Mag Showcase hosted by Peter Rosenberg. Mohawk Patio – Austin, Tx SXSW 2011. Jon Connor says whats up from SXSW. Yelawolf performs “Pop That Trunk” @ SXSW. Big Sean Brings Out Wiz Khalifa & Chip Tha Ripper at Sunday Swagger SXSW 2011. [cont.]
Game recounts his time with Nate Dogg on this tribute track. Nice flip of “The Next Episode” samples. LISTEN: Game – “All Doggs Go To Heaven (R.I.P. Nate Dogg)” Game – “All Doggs Go To Heaven (R.I.P. Nate Dogg)”
Warren G speaks with DJ Skee about the creative process behind his classic “Regulate”, which involved using a VCR to sample.
Rapper-singer Drake performed for Bill Clinton at an event Thursday night in Los Angeles. Drake, who said he was shocked and ecstatic to perform for the former U.S. president, also talked about late singer Nate Dogg.
Big Boi speaks with DJ Vlad about the untimely passing of Nate Dogg.
Just minutes ago, Snoop offered his feelings on Nate Dogg’s passing via Twitter: “We lost a true legend n hip hop n rnb. One of my best friends n a brother to me since 1986 when I was a sophomore at poly high where we met. I love u buddy luv. U will always b [cont.]
TMZ reports that Nate Dogg, real name Nathaniel D. Hale, has died at the age of 41. His health issues were no secret, after having strokes in both 2007 and 2008. The story was broken by The Press Telegram in Nate’s hometown of Long Beach, CA. R.I.P. Nate Dogg and condolences go out to his [cont.]
This song is about that one time when Bishop Lamont murdered Miley Cyrus. Just a footnote of the rest of the story, really. Prod. by Warren G, directed by Goodlife Music.
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