FlinterFile: Warren G & Nate Dogg- Regulate
In 1994, Warren G. & Nate Dogg made their debut on the music scene. Warren G. made a song in his appartment, with his musical equipment stored in a bedroom. With no furniture in the appartment and his the poo of his dog all over the floor, he still asked Nate Dogg to record his part. Warren G. made a microphone in the closet, so Nate Dogg could record his part. In the song, there is also a sample from Michael McDonald (I Keep Forgettin’), a dialogue from the movie Young Guns and a quote from Bob James. All together, it made a number 2 hit in the US and a number 5 hit in the UK. Enjoy
Warren G. & Nate Dogg- Regulate
Posted on September 26, 2015, in 1990-1999, FlinterFiles and tagged 1994, above the rim, FlinterFiles, hit, michael mcdonald, Music, nate dogg, nineties, rap, regulate, sample, warren g. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.