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Warren G Speaks Out On Nate Dogg's Passing

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warren g speaks out on nate doggs passing

Earlier today, Snoop Dogg said some very kind and sweet words about West Coast legend Nate Dogg, who passed away on Tuesday.

Rapper/Friend Warren G has also had some heartfelt words to say about Nate Dogg, which are as follows:

"Nate's passing is a terrible loss to all of those who loved him or had the opportunity to work with him. He will be greatly missed, but he would want us to celebrate his life and the music he made.

You are free now my brother, I will see you again one day."

So nice to see all of Nate Dogg's friends and collaborators paying tribute to him like this.

…And once again, to pay further tribute, here's Nate Dogg and Warren G's classic Regulate (below).

[Image via WENN.]

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6 comments to “Warren G Speaks Out On Nate Dogg's Passing”

  1. Arie says – reply to this


    1

    Ummmmmmmmmm….the song is called REGULATORS! Do you even listen to Nate Dogg?



  2. 2

    Your videos ALWAYS go grey when I press play. I can't watch any videos you post in Firefox. People have mentioned it before. Sort it out.



  3. 3

    Awww. :( Regulators holds such special place in my heart. A song I know all the words to - really takes me back to good times in college, late 90s.



  4. 4

    Who?



  5. 5

    Rest in Peace. His voice, features, and hook was a major part of 90's music and even 2000s with Ludacris and 50 Cent collabos.
    And the song IS called "Regulate" as Perez Hilton has it



  6. 6

    i like how perez keeps posting the only Nate Dogg song he's ever heard…you know nothing about hip hop, which is sad considering how mainstream it is now. aren't you supposed to be a POP CULTURE blogger…pop culture includes hip hop.
    RIP Nate Dogg, good song.