G-Funk - Nate Dogg - G Funk Classics Vol. 1 & 2 (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. Album Album artist Other performers (aside from album artist, where applicable) Year "Friends" G-Funk Classics, Vol. 1 & 2: Nate Dogg: "Neva Gonna Give It Up" Tha Streetz Iz a Mutha: Kurupt: Soopafly, Tray Deee: "Don't Tell" No Limit Top Dogg: Snoop Dogg: Mausberg "Game Don't Wait" I Want It All: Warren G: Xzibit: "Can't Go.
  2. Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for G Funk Classics, Vols. 1 & 2 by Nate Dogg (CD, Jul, 2 Discs, Breakaway Records) at the best online prices at .
  3. Jun 19,  · 7 2 7, 7 2, 7 2: Nate Dogg: G-Funk Classics Vol. 1 & 2 ‎ (Box + 2xCD, Album, RE) Breakaway Entertainment, Thump Records, Thump Records: 7 2 7, 7 2, 7 2: US: Sell This Version/5(76).
  4. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Cassette release of G-Funk Classics Vol. 1 & 2 on Discogs. Label: Breakaway Entertainment - BRK • Format: 2x, Cassette Album • Country: US • Genre: Hip Hop, Funk / Soul • Style: Gangsta, Soul, Funk/5(3).
  5. Two years is an eternity in hip-hop, especially for rappers arriving at the tail end of a trend. Such is the case with Nate Dogg, a talented rapper who first made waves on Warren G's seminal "Regulate" in and then signed a solo contract shortly afterward. If he had been able to deliver his debut album, G-Funk Classics, Vol. 1, in /early like he intended, he may have been a major 5/
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  7. G-Funk Classics, Vol. 1 & 2 is the debut studio album by American hip hop recording artist Nate Dogg. The album was originally to be released through Death Row Records in , but the album was shelved due to legal problems at Death Row Records, and he .
  8. G Funk Classics, Vol. 1 & 2 Hip-Hop/Rap • Preview Editors’ Notes Nate Dogg is one of the greatest singers in hip-hop's history; his ultra-smooth, church-honed voice was the key ingredient in dozens of classic singles throughout the '90s and '00s. He apparently never got paid for many of his early Death Row hits, and he finally left.

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