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.”
I know these videos have been online for a while, but I laugh every time I watch them. Classic videos are ones you can watch multiple times and laugh like it was the first time. Sit back and enjoy as I give you a two-for-one special. I’m feeling generous.
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.
I’m not a consistent watcher of “The Amazing Race,” but I might have to watch to catch this again. This woman takes a watermelon to the face extremely hard. The slow-motion clip of it looks like a head exploding with special effects. That had to hurt. It takes a bit of force to slice open a watermelon. So to see it splat over her face like that….damn.
I know the videos have been on the web for a little over a week, but these are classics of epic proportions. You heard it here first: Antoine Dodson will be on VH1 by this time next year.
…and part 2…