Return Of The Regulator - Warren G Reviews
Description:Genre: Hip-Hop & Rap - West Coast / Artist: Warren G / Explicit Lyrics / Audio CD released 2001-12-09 at Spectrum Audio / Disc #1 Tracklisting 1 Intro 2 Lookin' At You 3 Here Comes Another Hit 4 Somethin To Bounce To 5 This Gangsta Shit Is Too Much 6 Pump Up ... more
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6 Pump Up
7 Young Locs Slow Down
8 Speed Dreamin
9 Yo' Sassy Ways
10 0 Deez Nuts Pt Ii
11 It Aint Nothing Wrong With U
12 Getto Village
13 They Lovin Me Now
14 Street Of Lbc
15 G-Funk Is Here To Stay
16 Keeping It Strong
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Take A Look Over Your Shoulder (Reality) - Warren GG-Funk In The G-Child, But The Funk Has Passed (1308 words)
by XICripZ - written on 11/05/10 (Very useful, 43 readings)
"Take A Look Over Your Shoulder" was released as the second album from the West Coast rapper and producer W Warren G Half-brother to former-N.W.A member Dr. Dre, the artist first made an impact with "regulate", a track featuring fellow Long Beach, Californian Nate Dogg and featured on the "Above The Rim" soundtrack to give him his breakthrough in 1994 before he would bring this and continue on his career with this 1997 album. 1. "Star Trek Intro" 2. "Annie Mae" He gets the album underway with a fly jam that has him continuing through with all the kind of G-Funk material that the listeners had come to grow with since he ...
Regulate ... G Funk Era - Warren GWarren G - Regulate... G Funk Era (435 words)
by DavidJay - written on 05/12/08 (Very useful, 31 readings)
For a time there, it looked like W Warren G (or Warren Griffith III, as his mother knows him) was set for Great Things. He had credentials - he was instrumental in securing Snoop Doggy Dogg s place at Death Row records, he guested on Dr Dre s The Chronic, he had, in This DJ and Regulate, two genuine bona-fide hits on his hands. For whatever reason, though - and it s certainly nothing to do with the quality of his work - Warren G slipped off the radar. I recently found myself listening to the debut album, Regulate... G Funk Era, for the first time in what must be a decade, and was surprised to discover that its laid-back G-funk charms remain as potent now as then. That ...
Regulate ... G Funk Era - Warren GRegulate: The G Child (1042 words)
by XICripZ - written on 11/12/08 (Very useful, 78 readings)
alltime, in the same league as "Nuttin But A G Tnang" and "Who Am I?", both Snoop and Dre collabs, but this one has the duo of W Warren G and Nate Dogg come with an excellent showcase of the "G ed Up" sound. The ay that the pair work togwther is amazing, and part of the reason why the tune is still strong after so many years of play. Five Stars 2. "Do You See" This one should be quite familiar to Hip Hop heads, but not specifically for the track itslef, because it utilises the timeless"Juicy Fruit" song by James Mtume, which has been used in Keisha Cole "Let It Go", "I Don t Care" by Alicia Keys ...
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