G-Funk Legend Nate Dogg Dead at 41. R.I.P
One of the most distinct voices of the G-funk era in hip-hop, rapper Nate Dogg, passed away yesterday, March 15th, the rapper’s family confirmed to the Hollywood Reporter. He was 41. Nate Dogg, born Nathaniel D. Hale, had suffered strokes in both 2007 and 2008, but his death has been attributed to "complications from multiple strokes," his lawyer Mark Geragos said. Often recruited to adorn choruses in Death Row Records’ glory days, Nate Dogg exploded onto the music scene as Warren G’s gat-busting partner-in-crime on the hit "Regulate."