A Long Way Away From 21st & Lewis, How Does Warren G Regulate Today? (Video)

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It has been more than 20 years since Warren G & Nate Dogg released “Regulate” in the film, Above The Rim. The storytelling track on a funktafied Michael McDonald sample gave a proper stepping out for Warren and Nate, after some strong assistance a year prior on their 213 homie, Snoop Doggy Dogg’s Doggstyle debut.

Looking back, the Long Beach Eastsider gave the world (especially a world far removed from the gang-infested streets of the LBC) a word, in “regulate.” Noisey sat down with the G Child (after Jimmy Kimmel already tied him to President Warren G. Harding), and inquired about how the onetime Def Jam/Restless Records star regulates at age 44:

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