R.I.P NATE DOGG

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What I loved about Nate Dogg is how he could veil the most heinous acts of violence and debauchery underneath his voice; it could have been about sharing lady friends or downing feds but I’d never care to know, because I was so engaged in the hooks. And that’s what made him, his ability to lace tracks with a catchy melody. You could have some so-so bars with a Nate Dogg chorus and that’s a motherfuckin’ hit all day long, in every country. No aggression, no explicit cursing just casual thugging and life loved.

“I got hoes in different area codes”

– Nate Dogg 1969 – 2011

 

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