They didn’t choose the thug life.
The recently deceased hip hop icon Nate Dogg is set to live on. It has been announced today that the rapper’s posthumous album titled Nate Dogg: It’s a Wonderful Life is an anthology of previously unheard material featuring some of the biggest names in the game. According to All Hip Hop, the tracklisting includes the
Tupac’s mother, Afeni Shakur, has spoken to TMZ about her late son’s eerily real-life hologram performance at Coachella yesterday, claiming that she was “Positively Thrilled” to see it. Normally very protective of her son’s legacy, she gave Dr. Dre permission to re-animate him for the show with Snoop Dogg. Afeni did not attend the festival,
Nate Dogg will perform on stage with Dr Dre and Snoop Dogg at Coachella this year as a Hologram, TMZ reports.
Nate Dogg’s funeral will be held on Saturday (March 26) and will be open to the public.
Yesterday we reported the sad news of Nate Dogg’s death but at the time the cause of death was unknown. Speaking with Associated Press Nate Dogg’s Lawyer Mark Geragos confirmed he died on Tuesday of complications from multiple strokes. At 41 it seems like such a young age to die of a stroke however rates
Sad news, rapper Nate Dogg has died. The cause of death is currently unknown but he had suffered two massive strokes in the past few years.