Nate Dogg - One More Day
"One More Day" is solo Nate Dogg at his greatest, talkin' gangster talk over funky beat. The video will instill nostalgia, even if you weren't bumpin' his tracks back then.
Nate Dogg & Barbara Wilson - No Matter Where I Go
Nate Dogg in duet mode, this time with Barbara Wilson. "No Matter Where I Go" talks about the grass always being greener, something we can all relate to.
213 - Twist Yo Body
Now we get in to the 213 cuts. This one is chalk-full of funky energy and will have your neck breakin' with the beat.
213 - The Hard Way
"The Hard Way" almost comes across as an '80s tune, but that's what you get with the G-funk. The synth-led beat allows Snoop, Nate and Warren to ride in on it.
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Last month we took a look at Nate Dogg's dopest features, but the late legend put out some incredible work of his own too. We felt it was only right to take a look at 10 originals Nate Dogg put out, including ones released by 213, his group with Snoop Dogg and Warren G.
Nate Dogg released three albums in addition to that 213 LP, each with a sound of its own. Of course Nate Dogg was best known for his ability to lay down the perfect hook, but he could also flow a verse if need be.
From Daz Dillinger-produced cuts on his debut to the Kanye West beat on 213's album, this list is chalk full of goodies. Each one is stamped with Nate Dogg's signature voice. The king of the hook has done his thing to propel G-funk music along with the careers of Snoop Dogg, Eminem and even guys like 2Pac. This Thursday we honor him with this throwback.