Are there better wingmen than Nate Dogg? Not only will he help you in your search for love, but he will also rise to battle if asked. That became clear with Warren G’s classic song “Regulate,” which arrived on April 28, 1994, as part of the Above The Rim soundtrack. Since then, it has become a classic west coast, an important part of the hip-hop canon outside regionalist boundaries. More than the brilliant example of Michael McDonald, Warren and the short deceased Nate are short trades, opening up stories of passion, violence, and good old-fashioned friendships.
With Warren G colliding with some ambitious robbers, it’s up to Nate Dogg to act as a hero. Fortunately, G-Funk experts are more than capable of handling business, answering calls with steady hands and there is no doubt in taking one or two lives. And if that wasn’t enough, the sudden battle of bloodshed was only a short detour from the main mission. That is, seducing one or two girls. Some things must be left to the imagination.
Happy birthday, Nate Dogg!
Sixteen in the clip and one in the hole
Nate Dogg is about to make some bodies turn cold
Now they droppin’ and yellin’, it’s a tad bit late
Nate Dogg and Warren G had to regulate