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Hip-Hop hooks haven’t been the same since the untimely death of Nate Dogg in 2011. The G-Funk icon’s life and career will be the subject of an episode of TV One’s Unsung

TV One describe’s the Nate Dogg episode as follows:

Since crashing the pop and hip hop charts in the early 1990s with Death Row Records, Nate Dogg became the “go to” R&B singer with a soulful hook. The sonic and spiritual leader behind the G-funk movement, he was a leader in this musical genre which combined soulful harmonies and gangsta rap.  Ultimately, ill health and a series of strokes brought his life to a sad, tragic end. 

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