Warren G explains his classic single with Nate Dogg “Regulate” to Funny Or Die. Warren G Explains "Regulate" (Rap Chronicles) from Funny Or Die
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.”
The Library of Congress recently released a veritable treasure trove of love letters written by President Warren G. Harding to his mistress. Jimmy was going to read them, but decided it’d be more fitting to have R&B/rap great Warren G recite them. These hoes ain’t loyal.
New music from the We Run LBC compilation album, hosted by Warren G. Available on iTunes now.
Produced by Warren G.
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.]
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.]
A word, we’ve been chilling till the next next episode for a long, long time. #detox
DJ Skee speaks with Warren G about the passing of his longtime friend and collaborator, Nate D-O-Double-G.
Warren G speaks with DJ Skee about the creative process behind his classic “Regulate”, which involved using a VCR to sample.
Snoop and Warren G’s awkward parody of Love Connection continues.
Star studded event at the legendary El Rey Theater finds Big Sean flexing his industry cred. Bonus interview with HKTV in the second clip.
So Warren G is really serious about not just hosting this mixtape, but really getting in on it. This time he takes a shot at Ushers “Hey Daddy. Check it out below. Usher + Warren G- “Hey Daddy (Remix)’” (MP3)
Another remix/freestyle from the G-child as he prepares for the release of a new mixtape. Check it out below. B.o.B + Bruno Mars + Warren G – “Nothin On You (Remix)” (MP3)
New ish from the Warren G going in over the 50 Cent song “Do You Think About Me” as he hosts the new Coast 2 Coast Vol 16 mixtape. New project coming from the G-child in late 2010. Warren G – “Do You Think About G’” (MP3)
New freestyle from Warren G over the Lloyd Banks and Juelz Santana track of the same title. This track and “I Wanna Rock” are getting close to becoming the 2010 version of “A Milli.” Lloyd Banks and Juelz’s verses are still on the back side of this as well. Warren G – “‘Beamer, Benz Or [cont.]
In the late 1990′s, backpack sporting interviewers would often ask their aging rap idols the same tired question, “What do you think of the current state of hip-hop right now?” And naturally, the disgruntled and soon-to-be dropped emcee would usually respond with something like “it sucks” or “I’m not feeling it”. But in the [cont.]
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