Nate Dogg had one of the most unique voices in the music industry. If you needed a catchy hook on a song, you enlisted the services of Nate Dogg. Hook experts like T-Pain and Akon can’t hold a candle to what Nate brought to a track. Rest in Peace Nathaniel Hale.
I am not the biggest Nas fan, but he has been a mainstay in the rap game for a reason. He is one of the best ever lyrically, and he does not use a lot of features on his albums. This song here is the exception. He and Lauren Hill create one of rap’s greatest collabos with “If I Ruled the World.”
We are still patiently waiting for Detox to drop. So, in the meantime, here is some Ice Cube for you. Dre drops a hot verse on this one.
Cash Money Records ran the rap game in the late 90’s and the early part of the 21st century. The Big Tymers ware a large part of that.
I used to be on that free lunch like crazy when I was a kid. It’s a shame Lil Troy had to mess up his friend he used to go to free lunch with.
It’s hard enough trying to find one singer in a family. But four?? Soul 4 Real had a brief…and I mean brief…run in the early-to-mid 90’s.
Still waiting for Detox to drop. In the meantime, here is some classic Dre material.
When it was socially acceptable to put a million dollars of gold and/or platinum in your mouth for the hell of it. I’d hate to have to take care of the old Cash Money click when they are holed up in nursing homes. I’m not cleaning those metal dentures.
After watching the VH1 special on NWA and the ESPN 30-for-30 documentary “Straight Outta L.A.” I’d figure I give these guys a shout. I’m not a big fan of NWA but the influence they had on rap is undeniable.