Due to the outpour of support, a plan has been developed for the memorial services and repast of Nate Dogg. At the request of the family, the memorial service and celebration of life homegoing service will not be open to the public. However, there are a limited amount tickets available for the public to attend this private event and will be given out on a first come, first serve basis.
One of the most recognizable voices of the early 90s West Coast hip-hop scene is dead..Nate Dogg — died Tuesday, according to the Long Beach Press-Telegram…He was 41.
This is like a no-duh for today considering I just put out a bunch of posts from my interview with Warren G. Who knew that we’d all be chillin’ out to a song that felt a bit like your parents would enjoy but was still cool enough for you. G-Funk.
This year, VH1 Hip Hop Honors decided to recognize the contributions Russell Simmons’ record label Def Jam which is celebrating it’s 25th anniversary this year. Among the night’s performers was Warren G performed his classic track “Regulate” with Trey Songz. Sadly, Nate Dogg was not able to be in attendance as he continues his recovery from multiple strokes…
As I mentioned in my post “Warren G: Catching you up to his latest release of ‘The G-Files'” it seemed as if many of you were like me and did not know why Nate Dogg had faded from the scene in the past few years. That was one of the first questions I asked Warren G when we spoke.