YouTube announced last week they acquired Warren G’s music documentary G FUNK and now we get our first look at the YouTube Originals acquisition.
This is not how you honor your father’s legacy. Nate Dogg‘s son, Naijiel Hale, a college football player at Montana State, was arrested in a drug sting.
Nate Dogg’s son, Naijiel Hale, stint on the University of Washington’s football team has come to an unceremonious end.
Puff Daddy is out here getting loose. Dr. Dre is dropping a new album. Warren G has just introduced the Regulate…G Funk Era Part II EP. The 90s must have found a way to time warp into the digital age, no?
The wait for Gunplay’s long awaited debut album, Living Legend, is nearly over. The project arrives on July 31, but we receive the rapper’s new single “Be Like Me,” featuring longtime partner in rhyme Rick Ross, today.
It has been more than 20 years since Warren G simultaneously made a name for himself and Long Beach City with his debut album, Regulate…G Funk Era (which featured the eponymous hit, “Regulate”). For his next project, the G-Child is revisiting his classic roots and announcing Regulate…G Funk Era Part II with a special twist. […]
Nate Dogg’s death back in 2011 left no Hip-Hop fan unmoved. Having left behind an illustrious catalog of music, Nathaniel Hale is arguably one of the greatest hook-creators ever and will forever be remembered for his distinctive crooning.
The late, great Nate Dogg’s family is still fighting over the Hip-Hop crooner’s Pomona, CA home. Family members are arguing over the sale of the home, to basically get as much money as they can out of the deal.
Most children of Hip-Hop feel propelled to follow in their father’s footsteps and for better or worse, kick raps for a living.
The Game has a thing for body art. The Compton rapper’s latest tattoo is the hoodied face of murdered teen Trayvon Martin on the back of his lower right leg, which has led to at least some controversy. Also, the “Hate It Or Love It” rapper got a tattoo of late rapper/singer Nate Dogg (on the back […]
One can’t help but to admire Hip-Hop’s profound affect on global culture. With that, we present a great example originating from Italy that the good folks at Egotripland recently unearthed.