Warren G Captures The Many Cultures Of The LBC In His Nate Dogg-Assisted Single (Video)

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Long Beach, California is a versatile city. It introduced Snoop Dogg (and 213), Sublime, and T.S.O.L., among others. Warren G (also of 213) helped make it famous in the early 1990s, through hits like “Regulate.” Twenty-one years later, “The G Child” is back in his element, making Regulate…G Funk Era, Pt. 2. The lead single from the LP is the Nate Dogg-assisted “My House.”

For the visual, Warren goes home to the LBC that’s always been at the crux of his music. It’s laid-back, smoky, but well aware of its surroundings and the treachery. All of that culture and color is in the lens of the video, which brings Warren and Nate’s musical bond beyond their years together in the flesh.

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