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Q&A With Warren G: Talks Memories Of Nate Dogg, Funny Industry People & Dr. Dre Rumors

Tragically, Warren G lost his best friend and most famous collaborator Nate Dogg, after the crooner succumbed to health issues earlier this year. The two friends frequently collaborated on a bevy of classics throughout the years, and we caught up with the rapper to discuss just that. In this Ballerstatus.com exclusive, Warren opens up to us about losing his homeboy Nate Dogg, while sharing the creative process behind his dedication track, talks Dr. Dre...

Warren G’s Dedication Track To Nate Dogg Hits The Net

As promised last week, Warren G is paying tribute to his fallen friend Nate Dogg, via a dedication track titled "This Is Dedicated To You", which features singer LaToiya Williams. The cut, which was previously released as a snippet, has the Long Beach rapper reflecting on visiting Nate in the hospital before his death. On the track, he spits: "Reminiscing memories on my way to visit you in therapy, hoping God make it clear to me / On what the plan is..."

Warren G Preps Dedication Track For Nate Dogg

They grew up together, entered the industry together, regulated the game together, and won over the fans' heart together. As they said on one of their most memorable hits: "Nobody does it better" -- and nobody ever will. Now, since the tragic passing of Nate Dogg (real name: Nathanial) last month, longtime friend and musical partner Warren G -- while mourning the death of his close friend -- took to the studio and let the pen capture some of the emotions...
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Snoop Dogg, Warren G & Dogg Pound Honor Nate Dogg At SXSW

The entire music industry was in Austin, Texas over the weekend, taking part in the festivities of the annual SXSW music festival, during which Nate Dogg -- who passed away days before -- was honored. Fellow weed smoker, Wiz Khalifa, paid tribute to the late west coast legend on Thursday (March 17). Then on Saturday (March 19), Nate's longtime friends, Snoop Dogg and Warren G, honored their fallen friend during the annual Respect The West showcase...

Snoop Dogg x MetroPCS: The G-Connection (Pt. 2) w/ Warren G & Brittany Dailey

Snoop Dogg has hooked up with MetroPCS to help them introduce their new Samsung Galaxy Indulge, which they tout as the first "commercially available 4G LTE Android smartphone". In support of the mobile phone, the rapper has launched a viral series called the "The G-Connection", and just dropped the second clip. Based on popular dating game shows from past decades, Snoop DogGGG (4Gs) is featured in this clip (directed by Estevan Oriol)...
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Snoop Dogg x MetroPCS: The G-Connection With Warren G & Brittany Dailey

Snoop Dogg has hooked up with MetroPCS to help them introduce their new Samsung Galaxy Indulge, which they tout as the first "commercially available 4G LTE Android smartphone". In support of the mobile phone, the rapper has launched a viral series called the "The G-Connection", and just released the first clip. Based on popular dating game shows from past decades, Snoop DogGGG (4Gs) is featured in this video along with Warren G, model Brittany Dailey...

Warren G Offers Health Update On Nate Dogg, Says Donations Are Welcome

It's been a while since we've had an update on Nate Dogg, the west coast legend who's graced the hooks of massively successful hits by the likes of Dr. Dre, Ludacris, Eminem and 50 Cent, among others. In 2007 and 2008, the crooner suffered two strokes that left him partially paralyzed and has been undergoing rehabilitation ever since. to re-learn basic motor functions, including speech and walking. Warren G recently discussed Nate's progress...

Nate Dogg Re-Learning Basic Movements After Strokes, Says Warren G

In late 2007 and 2008, legendary west coast crooner Nate Dogg suffered two strokes that left him bound to a wheelchair. However, since then, not much is known about his condition. In a recent interview longtime collaborator, Warren G, said the singer is recovering well after undergoing therapy...

Warren G Talks Death Row, No Collabo With Dr. Dre

In this interview with HardKnock.TV, west coast veteran Warren G discusses why he never signed with Death Row Records during his peak in the 90s, why he and his cousin Dr. Dre never collaborated together.