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Current single:
Current single: Groupy Luv
Current album:
Current album: 213 - Three The Hard Way
Born Warren Griffin III, Warren G. exploded out of the burgeoning Long Beach rap scene in 1994 with the smash single "Regulate," a duet with longtime friend Nate Dogg, and its accompanying album, Regulate...G Funk Era. G. grew up in Long Beach listening to his parents' extensive collection of jazz, soul, and funk records, also frequently hanging out at the local V.I.P. record store. As a teenager, he and his friends Nate Dogg and future superstar Snoop Dogg formed a rap group called 213, after their area code. Unfortunately, all three had brushes with the law and spent time in jail, which motivated them to get jobs, also working on their music as a side note. Eventually, the V.I.P. record store allowed the trio to practice and record in a back room. He honed his musical skills while producing such artists as MC Breed and 2Pac. A break came when his vocal collaboration with Mista Grimm, "Indo Smoke," appeared on the Poetic Justice soundtrack. Soon after that, G. recorded his debut single for Death Row. "Regulate" appeared on the Above the Rim soundtrack and was released as a single. It quickly became a massive hit, peaking at #2 on the Billboard charts and pushing the album up to the same position.
(Props to Steve Huey and AMG for this)

Regulate... G Funk Era
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Take A Look Over Your Shoulder (Reality)
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I Want It All
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Released 6/7/94 Released 3/25/97 Released 10/12/99
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1. Regulate 4:08
Warren G & Nate Dogg
2. Do You See 3:59
Warren G & Nate Dogg
3. Gangsta Sermon 0:36
4. Recognize 2:59
Warren G & The Twinz
5. Super Soul Sis 2:56
Warren G & Jah Skillz
6. '94 Ho Draft 1:00
7. So Many Ways 3:24
Warren G
8. This D.J. 3:23
Warren G
9. This Is The Shack 4:05
The Dove Shack
10. What's Next 3:26
Warren G & Mr. Malik
11. And Ya Don't Stop 3:22
Warren G
12. Runnin' Wit No Breaks 3:33
Warren G & The Twinz & Jah Skillz & Bo-Roc
1. Star Trek Intro 0:30
2. Annie Mae 3:52
Warren G & Nate Dogg
3. Smokin' Me Out 3:40
Warren G & Ron Isley
4. Ricky In Church 0:30
5. Reality 3:30
Warren G
6. Ricky and G-Child 0:17
7. Young Fun 3:36
Warren G & Knee-Hi & Jayo Felony
8. What We Go Through 3:41
Warren G & Mr. Malik & Perfec & Badass
9. We Brings Heat 3:46
Warren G & The Twinz & Da Five Footaz
10. Transformers 3:01
Warren G
11. Reel Tight Intro 0:20
12. Relax Ya Mind 3:29
Warren G & Reel Tight
13. To All D.J.'s 3:00
Warren G & Mr. Malik
14. Back Up 3:46
K-9 & P-C
15. Can You Feel It 3:20
Warren G
16. I Shot The Sheriff 4:10
Warren G
17. I Shot The Sheriff (EPMD Remix) 3:26
Warren G
1. Intro 0:37
2. Gangsta Love 4:02
Warren G, Nate Dogg, RBX & Kurupt
3. Why Oh Why 4:01
f\ Daz & Kurupt
4. Dollars Make Sense 4:32
Warren G & Kurupt & Crucial Conflict & Reel Tight
5. I Want It All 5:08
Warren G & Mack 10
6. Havin' Things 3:01
Warren G & Jermaine Dupri & Nate Dogg
7. You Never Know 3:44
f\ Snoop, Reel Tight & Phats Bossi
8. My Momma 4:33
9. G-Spot 5:16
featuring El DeBarge & Val Young
10. We Got That 3:46
Warren G & Eve & Drag-On & Shadow
11. Dope Beat 3:19
12. World Wide Ryders 3:58
Warren G & Da 5 Footaz
13. Game Don't Wait 4:15
213
14. If We Give You A Chance 4:14
f\ Slick Rick & Phats Bossi
15. I Want It All (Remix) 4:15
Warren G, Memphis Bleek, Drag-On, Tikki Diamond
16. Outro 1:36
Flava Flav
Quadruple Platinum Platinum Gold and counting!!

In 1994 after "Regulate" became a huge hit, Warren G quickly signed to RAL and released "Regulate... G Funk Era". In 1995 Warren G helped produce the Twinz and Dove Shack albums which were released on the same day. After touring in Europe and the U.S., Warren came home to start work on "Take A Look Over Your Shoulder (Reality)". It took him 4 months to finish it. Warren G's G-Funk label was then dropped from Def Jam and he quickly moved it over to Restless Records renaming it "G-Funk 2000: The New Millenium. The first release was from Reel Tight who dropped in May 99 after waiting over 6 months for their release date. Then in October, the much anticipated new album from Warren G hit the streets. It was a project which spanned almost a year of work.
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