When our deep-voiced west coaster linked up with the nasally flow of Fabolous, the result was unstoppable! "Can't Deny It" featured a 2Pac sample, Rick Rubin production, and top 100 accolade that makes it a classic.
#TBT: Nate Dogg Features
A pure g-funk classic, "Regulate" might be the best soundtrack rap of all time. Peep the legendary music video below and zone out with this cut. Funnily enough, just today Warren G broke down the lyrics for this track for Funny or Die.
This is a banging track, and has been for over 10 years now. Eminem not only spit some of his hardest bars here, but he also created the beat...which is also hard as nails. Nate Dogg plays his role perfectly though, crushing the track himself and keeping up with a legendary Eminem performance.
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Nate Dogg had the illest features out of anyone, ever.
Nate Dogg left an incredible body of work before his time came to an end. He crushed it on his solo projects, alongside 213, and also on dozens and dozens of legendary features. The latter of which is what we're focusing on today.
We wanted to take a look at 10 of Nate Dogg's rawest features. He's ran with the obvious likes of Eminem, Fabolous, 50 Cent, Snoop Dogg and Dr. Dre, but also with E-40, Shaquille O'Neal, Mos Def and Mobb Deep. He's a fascinating artist to get in to because he roots go back deep to the early 90s when he was doing his part in pioneering the g-funk sound.
Nate Dogg may be the greatest feature artist to ever bless the rap game. His voice was often emulated, but never duplicated. Enjoy the playlist.