UrbanBridgez.com would like to send our condolences to the family, friends and fans of recording artist Nate Dogg. Best known for his collaborations with Snoop Dogg, Tupac Shakur, Ludacris and Warren G, died Tuesday at the age of 41. The cause of death was from complications from multiple strokes. Nate Dogg suffered two strokes, one in 2007 and another in 2008.
Nate Dogg, whose real name was Nathaniel D. Hale, made his debut on Dr. Dre’s “The Chronic” but scored his biggest hit when he teamed up with Warren G for the 1994 track “Regulate.” He was nominated for four Grammy Awards during his lifetime.
Nate Dogg was the first artist Aries of UrbanBridgez ever interviewed for our first e-zine site TMHentertainment back in 2001 on the verge of his first solo release, which led to our exclusive interview features that have featured today over 500 celebrities. In honor of Nate Dogg, you can check out the interview below!
We thank you Nate Dogg for sharing your talent & music with us! Rest In Peace!
Aries: Among all of your collaborations, which do you like the best & why?
Nate: I would have to say “Ain’t No Fun” with Snoop (Dogg). That time in the studio was just fun, it was a lot of good memories.
Aries: Will you, Warren G and Snoop be putting out a record together anytime soon as 213?
Nate: Yes, we’re actually in discussion with it now. We’re going to make it happen.
Aries: If you could change anything about your career what would it be?
Nate: Um nothing. I mean I would make all of my records go platinum in one day (Nate laughs). Everything was a learning experience, so I wouldn’t change it.
Aries: Who would you like to work with on future projects?
Nate: Dr. Dre again.
Aries: Who do you admire in the music industry & why?
Nate: Dr. Dre because of his longevity & he’s a perfectionist.
Aries: What’s your next single?
Nate: It looks like “Your Woman Has Just Been Sighted (Ring The Alarm)”, it’s still up in the air.
Aries: What’s next & upcoming in 2002 for Nate Dogg?
Nate: A tour to start in February. It’s still being put together, so right now it’s tentative.