TUPAC’S BACK! Well not really. But his likeness was recreated in a unique way when he performed as a hologram. In what was a historical night, the concert reunited Dr. Dre & Snoop Dogg as they performed classic Death Row hits and paid tribute to Nate Dogg.
But the ULTIMATE HONOR went to Tupac and marked the first time a deceased rapper was brought back to life! History was made that night.
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We’re only half way through the year and I feel like we’ve lost so many celebrities. Although some were expected due to old age, others were taken from us too soon! READ MORE
Breaking news last night as L.A. crooner and former Death Row artist Nate Dogg reportedly passed away.
The West Coast artist was born in Long Beach California and was responsible for many of Dr. Dre‘s hits. We first heard Nate’s vocal’s on Dre’s most successful album to date, The Chronic. Nate was more successful as a collaborator rather than a solo artist. Lending his vocals to many of Hip-Hop’s elite, he was the go to guy and the voice of the West Coast.
For some time Nate had been suffering from illnesses and he was rumored as being unable to afford health insurance. In 2007 and 2008 he suffered two strokes and his condition worsened as years passed. His death was officially reported late Tuesday night and the Hip-Hop world will be mourning the loss of Nathaniel Dwayne Hale
R.I.P Nate Dogg! You Will Be Missed!
Nathaniel Dwayne Hale (August 19, 1969 – March 15, 2011)
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