“That just what I was, the ‘G Funk Era,’” says Warren G. “I’ma tell you this, 187 (Cold 187um), Laylaw, KMG, Go Mack, K-Oss (DJ Total K-Oss)…those are the first guys, they introduced me. They brought me in. It was pretty much like a clique.”
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.
YouTube has announced they will be bringing the untold story of one of Hip-Hop’s iconic and influential sub-genres G-Funk.
Snoop Dogg continues to do it big; literally. He recently crafted a history breaking drink in ode to one of his signature songs.
Warren G could have really used an assist from his late friend Nate Dogg with this one. Somehow Mr. G-Funk was recruited to sing “Take Me Out To The Ball Game” at Wrigley Field, and it did not go well.
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?
Times have changed and New York City is no longer the de facto city of rap dominance. The lack of support for local artists is partially to blame, but other artists simply saw their proverbial “hoop dreams” deflate as quickly as their stars rose.
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. […]
A 100-year-old sex scandal in the Oval Office was recently unearthed when the Library of Congress unsealed love letters from President Warren G. Harding’s illicit relationship with Carrie Fulton Phillips. The 29th president was known to be fairly bad at his executive position and the extensive collection of racy memoirs (for 1910’s standards) proves why.
It is no secret that Dr. Dre has the golden touch. On his 49th birthday we look back at all the recording artists he has turned into superstars (think: household name).
Ever wonder what a studio session with Snoop Dogg is like? Well, for one there’s a lot of weed smoke involved, and for Snoop and Wiz Khalifa, those head highs come with bursts of creativity.