Posted by , Aug 5, 2015 at 12:04pm
Listen to Warren G's sequel to "Regulate... G Funk Era" a day early.

Did Dr. Dre and Warren G plan this? The two West Coast pioneers, who happen to be step brothers, are both releasing their first musical projects in quite some time on the exact same day (tomorrow), namely Dre's Compton premiering on Apple Music, and Warren's sequel EP to 1994's Regulate... G Funk Era. Today, Warren G has opted to give us an early stream of his project.

Regulate... G Funk Era II's most noteworthy claim to fame is that it features four tracks with posthumous vocals from Warren's "Regulate" co-star, Nate Dogg. We've already heard "My House" and the Jeezy and Bun B-assisted "Keep On Hustlin," but there's also "Saturday" and "Dead Wrong." Reverend Taaadow, E-40 and Too Short account for the rest of the features. 

Stream the project below and pre-order it here

[via]

Stream Warren G's "Regulate... G Funk Era II" EP

Listen to Warren G's sequel to "Regulate... G Funk Era" a day early.


Did Dr. Dre and Warren G plan this? The two West Coast pioneers, who happen to be step brothers, are both releasing their first musical projects in quite some time on the exact same day (tomorrow), namely Dre's Compton premiering on Apple Music, and Warren's sequel EP to 1994's Regulate... G Funk Era. Today, Warren G has opted to give us an early stream of his project.

Regulate... G Funk Era II's most noteworthy claim to fame is that it features four tracks with posthumous vocals from Warren's "Regulate" co-star, Nate Dogg. We've already heard "My House" and the Jeezy and Bun B-assisted "Keep On Hustlin," but there's also "Saturday" and "Dead Wrong." Reverend Taaadow, E-40 and Too Short account for the rest of the features. 

Stream the project below and pre-order it here

[via]

Comments

16
ADD COMMENTView Comment Thread