Warren G now has a name and release date for the EP that he planned with Nate Dogg after the late crooner's death. (It's been a year now since he died, can you believe it?) Warren G says the EP will be called No One Could Do It Better, and rapper The Game will contribute to the first single, “A Party We Will Throw Now.”
Of course, Nate Dogg is doing the hook. Warren G told XXL, “I might drop it April 17 right after our first Coachella show. If not, by mid-May or June. Shit…I might decide to go hard virally with it. It's that genuine G-Funk sound that we're missing. I just to give people that real music again and tell people that ain't nothing changed. Nate is still here. I got to keep my boy alive.”
Warren G, who plans to release his solo EP Regulate the G-Funk Era in July, says he wants to keep Nate Dogg's memory alive.
His solo project will also feature Nate Dogg in two songs.
“It's that genuine G-Funk sound that we're missing…I
just to give people that real music again and tell people that ain't
nothing changed. Nate is still here. I got to keep my boy alive.”
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