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by - written on 26/08/10, updated on 26/08/10 (Very useful, 11 readings)
Nathaniel Dwayne Hale, better known as Nate Dogg, is the cousin of established artist, Snoop Dogg, and here gets his first solo album after apperances on other albums such as Dr.Dre's The Chronic. Supposedly coming from his cell on Death Row, the album is made up of several tracks intended to illustrate the true nature of G-Funk! It is a bit of a strange album that never quite seemed to gel for me and really doesn't ever quite come together as a complete whole, instead feeling like a lot of individual tracks that, to my ears, sounded fragmented like pieces of seperate jigsaws fitted together in an attempt to make a picture! There is not a single track here ... Read the complete review
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