sorry for any reposts, but i had to bump.
R.I.P to the Godfather of G-Funk.
i, of course, always heard nate dogg but didnt really start gettin into his work til prolly a year before he passed, but have been heavily since i started. there just aint nuthin like nate dogg, he was always on point with whatever he did, had that "r n b" style, but was always talkin that straight G shit, anything he's on just feels real, like someone said earlier, straight up spine tingling. that snoop tat is on point too, captures his essence.