Nate Dogg: Remembering the Hook Master

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Nate Dogg blessed Warren G on the chorus of “Regulate” which was released in 1994.

nate dogg, warren g,

nate dogg, warren g,

Nate Dogg blessed Warren G on the chorus of “Regulate” which was released in 1994.

nate dogg, warren g,

nate dogg, warren g,

For Dr. Dre’s return in 2001, Nate Dogg collaborated with the west coast general and Snoop Dogg on “The Next Episode.”

nate dogg, 50 cent, 21 questions

nate dogg, 50 cent, 21 questions

On 50 Cent’s debut album ‘Get Rich or Dir Tyrin,’ Nate helped display a softer side to the rapper on “21 Questions.”

nate dogg, ludacris, area coes

nate dogg, ludacris, area coes

Ludacris brought Nate Dogg in to collect ladies “Area Codes.”

nate dogg, tupac, fabalous,

nate dogg, tupac, fabalous,

On Fabolous’ first album Nate Dogg sung the hook for “Can’t Deny It” while Fab revamps Tupac’s “Ambitionz Az a Ridah.”

nate dogg, westside connection, gangsta nation

nate dogg, westside connection, gangsta nation

Nate Dogg partners with his left coast brethren Westside Connection on “Gangsta Nation.”

nate dogg, snoop dog, dr. dre, lay low

nate dogg, snoop dog, dr. dre, lay low

Nate Dogg had people hitting the floor on Snoop Dogg & Dr. Dre’s “Lay Low.”

nate dogg, mos def, oh no

nate dogg, mos def, oh no

Nate Dogg didn’t reserve his skills for just west coast artists as he sung the chorus on east coast MC Mos Def’s “Oh No.”

nate dogg, shake that, curtain call, eminem

nate dogg, shake that, curtain call, eminem

Back in 2005 Eminem released ‘Curtain Call: The Hits’ with the single “Shake That” featuring Nate Dogg.

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