Can’t Be Faded: 40 Forgotten Nate Dogg Features

By: 03.01.12  •  10 Comments
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Almost a year ago, the Hip-Hop community was stunned to hear about the passing of Nate Dogg. At only 41 years old, the Long Beach crooner used his uncanny pipes to contrast and compliment the often one-sided lyrical palette of every rapper who enlisted his services, eventually leading to a change in how most thug love songs were conceptualized. However, despite a lasting legacy, the 213 member and one-time Death Row inmate still seems solely known for his work with Dr. Dre, “Regulate” and a few career-changing appearances for today’s biggest stars. This list of Nate’s many forgotten features is looking to change that.

If you’ve already got the solo albums and are looking to shine a little more light onto the man responsible for taking some of your favorite rappers to the next level, soak up these forty guest appearances from the one and only Nate D-O-Double-G.

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