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WARREN G & NATE DOGG: Regulate (RHYTHM SCHOLAR Funk For Days Remix) Free download

WARREN G & NATE DOGG: Regulate (RHYTHM SCHOLAR Funk For Days Remix) Free downloadThought Warren G & Nate Dogg’s most famous cut had been utterly rinsed on the remix front? Think again. To celebrate a quarter century of Regulate, the one and only Rhythm Scholar has gone buck wild on the funk samples front and re-regulated things with a full clip of samples from the likes of Edwin Starr, Stevie Wonder, The Blackbyrds along with – er – ‘nu-skool breaks’ commando FreQ

WARREN G & NATE DOGG: Regulate (BRUNO BORLONE remix)(2015) Free download

Regulate Warren G Bruno BorloneWarren G and Nate Dogg’s g-funk classic Regulate lyrically describes an evening of guns, women and cars during which the duo in question relay how they have to ‘regulate’ (without, apparently, a trace of irony) those who have stolen from them over a beat which contains no fewer than four samples. Which was always going to be a red rag to bootleggers. Here Chilean beatmaker, Bruno

J STAR: Regulate Rock – Free download – 2011

Back in the day Warren G and Nate Dogg were regarded as lame-ass jiggy shit in my neck of the woods. Still, time passes and you know what? Regulate still sounds like a cheesy, over-produced rnb turd. G-funk my ass. Enter reggae remixer to the stars – J – er – Star, two years ago. MB waxed lyrical about the skill and dedication required to make Regulate actually sound classy as opposed to something that the people who originally made it thought sounded classy

FLIP SKATEBOARDS: ‘Extremely Sorry’ Soundtrack

The last track on this sees Warren G give old Nate a pass and hook up instead with another Dogg – Snoop by name – you might have heard of him. Also, if you’ve ever wondered what Motorhead’s Lemmy sounds like singing on anything other than Ace Of Spades now’s your chance to find out as he does a totally un-ironic cover of Stand By Me with his two lovely assistants: L.A. based ‘alternative/ thrash/ electronica’ producer (according to his myspace) Baron (the lynchpin behind this soundtrack) and pro-skater Geoff Rowley who now (according to wikipedia) resides in Huntington Beach, Orange County. I stayed in Huntington Beach once. I didn’t see Rowley but I did see a couple nearly get arrested for dancing in a bar that didn’t have a ‘licence’ for dancing.

Current skateboard films use old tracks that you most likely have heard before, Flip’s EXTREMELY SORRY soundtrack is definitely one of a kind, produced in Southern California by UK premier league Producer & DJ BARON. Best known in the UK for his Drum & Bass productions and work with record label Breakbeat Kaos (Baron’s 2006/2007 tracks, “At The Drive In” and “Drive in, Drive by” both reached the #1 spot on the UK Dance Charts and his releases are featured heavily on Zane Lowe & Annie Macs Radio 1 shows), the soundtrack Baron has created for EXTREMELY SORRY instead features an broard array of musical styles that match each skater’s part in the film, crafting a completely unique audio/visual experience.
As well as BARON making some jaw dropping instrumental tracks, he also collaborated with Lemmy Kilmister (Motorhead), Dave Lombardo (Slayer), Jim Lindberg (Pennywise), Mack Winston (Mack Winston and the Reflections), Black Mountain, ((Sounder)), Early Man, Snoop Dogg and Warren G to make a soundtrack that is as highly anticipated as the film itself.
From atmospheric soundscapes to industrial thrashers, the soundtrack covers an expansive spectrum of music and is stand out from start to finish. The highlights include a classic cover of Ben E. King’s “Stand By Me” (ft. Lemmy Kilmister & Dave Lombardo), “The End Of The Beginning” (ft. Black Mountain), “Ignition,” “Burn Out Like Fireflies” (ft. ((Sounder))) and “Process Of Extinction” (ft. Early Man).
BARON worked closely for countless hours with EXTREMELY SORRY director and star of the film Geoff Rowley, to score original songs that match up with each skater’s personal style, It was also Rowley who was the one who helped Baron initially connect with the skaters to legitimize the process with them as well as with the rest of the skateboard industry.
“EXTREMELY SORRY has been 4 years in the making and THE most insane journey I have been on. The music was made to serve the skateboarding and the skateboarding is epic.” – Baron
Flip Skateboards was founded in 1991 as a vision to create a modernized skateboard brand, incorporating the highest levels of riders from all ages and genres. The Flip brand message has consistently been a representation of skateboarding’s off beat lifestyle and subculture. Some of the world’s most legendary skaters are stars of the Flip team, as well as the next crop of ripping amateurs and sponsored riders from around the world. Flip is set to release their third video in the Sorry trilogy EXTREMELY SORRY in October 2009. The soundtrack will be released by Volcom Entertainment on December 7th, 2009 and is sure to be the benchmark for all future skate films in both the scope of the music and it’s unique distribution collaboration.

Listen to Flip Skateboards – ‘Extremely Sorry’ soundtrack

Baron – Myspace

WARREN G: New album ‘The G Files’ + Regulate (Live) video

Could this explain the recent and inspired Warren G-featuring reggae mash-up Regulate Rock from J-Star? Either his finger is firmly on the hip-hop pulse or he is luckier than Lady Luck’s lucky rabbit’s foot. I, on the other hand, feel like a rabbit short one foot after watching old Warren perform his biggest hit live this summer. A G-Funk revival then – I’m sure Nate Dogg will be along presently…
(PRESS RELEASE) After 10 million albums sold worldwide, Warren G’s seventh studio album, THE G FILES, will be released on September 29th. Self-produced and packed with all-star talents including Snoop Dogg, Travis Barker, Ray J and many more, the current single, “100 Miles and Runnin” featuring Raekwon and Nate Dogg is quickly making its way on to radio stations across the country.
When most West Coast artists such as Dr. Dre, Snoop and Tupac were signing with LA’s Death Row Records, Warren walked a different path and signed with East Coast label Def Jam in 1994. Def Jam founder and the God Father of Hip Hop, Russell Simmons, later cited Warren G’s signing as “a turning point” for Def Jam Records and its subsequent mega-success. “After that, Def Jam never looked back,” Simmons wrote in his book Life and Def.
Warren is looking forward to getting back on the road. He has toured the world, most notably, Warren was a part of one of the most successful Hip Hop tours ever- the Up In Smoke Tour with his brother Dr. Dre, Eminem, Snoop Dogg, Nate Dogg, Ice Cube and more.
Los Angeles fans last caught Warren performing at the Roxy this past July as a special guest at the Travis Barker/DJ AM show. They performed Warren’s mega-hit “Regulate” to a packed audience and the overwhelming response is a testament to his crossover talent.

Warren G – Myspace